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Transnational perspectives on democracy, citizenship, human rights and peace education

Author: Mary A Drinkwater; Fazal Rizvi; Karen Edge
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Academic 2019.
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Transnational Perspectives on Democracy, Citizenship, Human Rights and Peace Education considers ways in which national systems of education could work together, across borders, to determine the meaning and significance of the principles of democracy, human rights and peace education, in ways that are comparative and relational. The contributors and editors (Mary Drinkwater, Fazal Rizvi and Karen Edge) argue that in  Read more...
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Drinkwater, Mary.
Transnational Perspectives on Democracy, Citizenship, Human Rights and Peace Education.
London : Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, 2019
(OCoLC)1084369991
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary A Drinkwater; Fazal Rizvi; Karen Edge
ISBN: 9781350052338 1350052337
OCLC Number: 1089486368
Description: xii, 296 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Notes on contributors --
Acknowledgements. Part 1 Introduction : Transnational perspectives / Fazal Rizvi, Mary Drinkwater and Karen Edge --
Global mobility, transnationalism and challenges for education / Fazal Rizvi. Part 2 Transnational perspectives on democracy and education : Towards a narrative of a robust global democracy: critical democratic and decolonial perspectives / Mary Drinkwater --
Countering the mainstream in higher education: experiences in Brazil / Tristan McCowan --
Democratic approaches to policy and education: diversity, social justice and peace / Reva Joshee --
The democratization of education expertise: examining policy shifts and implications in the UK / Karen Edge. Part 3 Transnational perspectives on citizenship and education : Educating for global citizenship in formal schooling in Canada: early engagement with complexity, pedagogy and the challenges of implementation / Mark Evans --
Citizenship education on the world stage: curriculum for cosmopolitanism / Julie McLeod --
Learning to live together: children's rights, identities and citizenship / Hugh Starkey --
Exercising global citizenship in the family: the case of language brokering / Ann Phoenix. Part 4 Transnational perspectives on peace-building and human rights education : The possibilities in postcolonial humanism, human rights and education in an era of globalization / Stephen Chatelier --
Peace education in Pakistan: challenges and possibilities / Sarfaroz Niyozov and Munir Lalani --
Education for democratic peace-building amid gendered violence: youth experience and schooling in Mexico, Bangladesh and Canada / Kathy Bickmore. Index.
Responsibility: edited by Mary Drinkwater; Fazal Rizvi and Karen Edge.

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Transnational Perspectives on Democracy, Citizenship, Human Rights and Peace Education considers ways in which national systems of education could work together, across borders, to determine the meaning and significance of the principles of democracy, human rights and peace education, in ways that are comparative and relational. The contributors and editors (Mary Drinkwater, Fazal Rizvi and Karen Edge) argue that in an era of globalization, collaborative investigations are crucial for developing an understanding of rights, democracy and peace that is transnationally inflected, and through which national systems of education hold each other accountable. The chapters address issues such as citizenship, identity, language, conflict and peace-building, global educational policy, and democratic approaches to policy and education issues of democracy, human rights and peace education through analyses of case studies, research findings and policy initiatives drawn from countries in the global north and south. The book also includes a companion website with supplementary reading materials and discussion questions based on key issues emerging from the chapters.

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