GENEVA – A United Nations panel on human rights has joined the fray over Japan’s history textbook controversy by underlining the importance of accuracy in history education.
A resolution adopted Thursday by the U.N. Human Rights Commission’s subcommission on promoting and protecting human rights points no fingers at any particular country; it simply urges member states to ensure “the accuracy of the accounts of historical events in education curriculum.”
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