It is with great sadness that we record the death of Katarina Tomaševski on 4 October Katarina was a member of this Review’s Editorial. Reading this Report will make you angry. It reveals how ill fares the right to education today. Globally, it is denied despite pretty United Nations’ rhetoric on. Human rights – to research and advocate its frontlines and to teach its contents from theory to practice – was at the core of Katarina Tomaševski’s being. This set .
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She gave generously of her time and contributed valuably to the Review’s development. Katarina was born in Yugoslavia in and studied law at the University of Zagreb and at Harvard University. Thereafter she combined human rights campaigning, non-governmental organisation work and consultancy work with university teaching, all performed with great distinction.
Most recently, she was visiting professor of international law at Peking University in and professor of international law and international relations at the University of Lund from to Over the years, Katarina taught at many universities in many countries, including the University of Nottingham where, as a J.
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