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Hauptsachtitel:
Citizenship and the challenge of global education.
Erscheinungsort:
Stoke on Trent [u.a.]
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ISBN:
1858562686
 
9781858562681
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Audrey Osler and Kerry Vincent's erudite analysis provides us with crucial lessons for the future, and it provides all of us who lobby and campaign on these issues with a better understanding of the critical importance of global citizenship. This book also galvanises us to insist that decision-makers at every level, both north and south, should prioritise the need to educate their citizens about globalisation.
Glenys Kinnock MEP

'...a book which will challenge the thinking of both teachers and student teachers, with its focus on human rights, cultural diversity and cosmopolitan citizenship in the 21st century.' - British Journal of Educational Studies

Teachers have the challenge of teaching for equity, justice and solidarity in plural and fast-changing societies where their students are well aware of inequality and injustice. How can schools integrate issues of citizenship, human rights and cultural diversity, and what support do they receive? Drawing on case studies from England, Ireland, Denmark and the Netherlands, this book examines the institutional and governmental support provided in educating for global citizenship. It looks at the contradictions students and their teachers face when they compare what is learned in school with the messages from politicians and the media about refugees and asylum seekers, young people's rights, environmental issues and the impact of globalisation.

Professor Audrey Osler is Director of the Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights Education at the University of Leeds.
Kerry Vincent is Research Fellow at the University of Leicester. The Centre was a core partner in the EC-funded Global Education Thematic Network and the authors' study for the Network forms the basis for this book.

Intended for teachers, student teachers and teacher educators, this book is a core text for professional development courses in Citizenship Education at masters level and on PGCE courses.

(Quelle: trentham-books.co.uk)
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Acknowledgements
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Foreword
Introduction
Globalisation and cosmopolitan citizenship: educational responses
Denmark
England
Republic of Ireland
The Netherlands
Global education and citizenship education
Global education questionnaire
Bibliography
Index