A significantly low percentage of teachers not belonging to minority groups trained in minority culture or languages may contribute to the lack of cultural adaptability of education to the needs of children belonging to minority groups, particularly if it is combined with a low percentage of teachers belonging to minority groups

Human Rights Standards: 

Article 8 (2), European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages; Article 27, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; Article 30, Convention on the Rights of the Child; Article 7, International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination; Article 29 (1) (c), Convention on the Rights of the Child; Para 62, Committee on the Rights of the Child General Comment 11; Article 28, ILO Convention 169; Article 5(c), UNESCO Convention against Discrimination in Education; Article 50, Geneva Convention 4; Articles 12 (1) (2) & 14, Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities

Marginalised Groups: 
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