Confederación Mundial de Educación (COMED)
World Confederation of Education
Confédération Mondiale de l'Education
Confederação Mundial da Educação
Proposed Jul 1989, San José (Costa Rica), during IV Latin American Seminar on Private Education. Constituted 16 Nov 1989. Declaration of San José serves as Foundational Act.
Bring together associations and federations of private education from all over the world, so as to promote the exercise and implementation of the right to education respecting pluralism and the right of parents to choose the type of education their children will receive, whatever the religious, philosophical or social principles may be, so long as they conform to those principles stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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