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All humans, whatever their social status, wherever they come from, have the right to be recognized as an identity of knowledge

All humans, whatever their social status, wherever they come from, have the right to be recognized as an identity of knowledge All humans, whatever their social status, wherever they come from, have the right to be recognized as an identity of knowledge
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If the other is a source of knowledge, the reciprocal is immediate. I am, too, whatever my temporary social position, whatever the ruling that the school institution has pronounced on my account, I, too, am for the others an opportunity for learning. Through my life experience, my professional background, my social and cultural practices, and since knowledge is coextensive with life, I offer knowledge resources to a community. Even if I am unemployed, even if I have no money, even if I do not have a diploma, even if I struggle in a suburb, even if I do not know how to read, I am not "a zero". I am not interchangeable. I have an image, a position, a dignity, a personal and positive value within the Knowledge Space.

All humans have the right to be recognized as an identity of knowledge.

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