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Equality at the heart of our values

The more we discuss and explore ‘British Values’ with our students, the clearer it becomes: equality needs to be at the heart of our value system. 489 more words


The habits of democracy.

For educators, elections are a great opportunity to teach our students about the democratic process with all its strengths and limitations. We rightly emphasise the need to register and the importance of voting (”people fought for this…you can’t complain if you don’t vote” etc.). 764 more words


What can we do to promote citizenship education and active participation?

We started on Wednesday 17th of may with a energizer game like ‘’The train of Love’’. So, after this game, we made four groups of six people from different country. 113 more words


The eco-club: a place for the becoming active citizen?

The eco-club: a place for the becoming active citizen?

  • paper in the current issue

Elsa Ukanyezi Lee

Pages: 515-532 | DOI: 10.1080/13504622.2016.1149552


This paper makes a twofold contribution. 120 more words


Nonprofit Run by High School Activists Provides Citizenship Education - Non Profit News For Nonprofit Organizations | Nonprofit Quarterly

***Social Entrepreneurship Series: Oregon Teens & Citizenship Education***

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            There are extraordinary things happening because teens see a need and do something about it. 114 more words

There is Another Way: Human Connections and Citizenship

Dr. Arina Bokas is a faculty member in the department of English at Charles S. Mott Community College in Flint, Michigan. She adapted Out of Eden Learn activities and other Project Zero frameworks for her first-year composition class. 1,140 more words

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Abdellatif Laâbi: attesting against barbarism.

The brilliant Moroccan poet, novelist and playwright Abdellatif Laâbi is the epitome of the engaged writer. Born in Fez in 1942, he studied at the University of Rabat and was one of the founders of the literary magazine… 445 more words