the article is devoted to the issues of human rights education. The author gives an overview of international documents on human rights education, notes the role and importance of human rights education, as well as the need for its development in Uzbekistan. Human rights education is important for developing a culture of human rights in society and for raising the legal culture in general. The importance of human rights education ensures the correct understanding and interpretation of international human rights standards, and this is a necessary condition for their effective application. The first efforts in this direction were made within the framework of UNESCO, back in the 1970s. An important milestone was the holding of the 1993 World Conference on Human Rights. and declaring the decade of the UN human rights education. It is important to note that all international human rights treaties impose on States obligations to take measures to raise awareness in this direction.
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"International standards concerning education in the field of human rights and their significance in the contemporary period,"
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