Diversity, Identity, Equality
- Paperback / softback, 236 pages, 156 mm x 234 mm
- 1 Oct 2000
- Trentham Books Ltd
Providing a framework for citizenship education within contexts of cultural diversity, the contributors show how human rights principles are used by schools to challenge structural inequality, discrimination and exclusion and also to support young people in developing confident identities in contexts of cultural diversity. Case studies illustrate how students can realise their rights and responsibilities as citizens.
Part one: The citizenship agenda. Part two: Race, identity and human rights. Part three: Practising democracy