By Rita Verma
Critical Peace schooling and international Citizenship deals narrative debts representing a number of methods instructor and learner activists have come to gain probabilities for peace and reconciliation via unofficial curricula. With those narratives, the ebook demonstrates the connections among serious peace schooling and such the most important matters as human trafficking, gang violence, contested narratives of nationhood and belonging, gender identities, and the importance of mentoring. via wealthy examples of pedagogic paintings, this quantity complements and illustrates seriously orientated understandings and interpretations of peace in actual study rooms with different populations of scholars. Written essentially for students and graduate scholars operating within the fields of academic concept, severe pedagogy, and academic coverage, the chapters during this publication inform a compelling tale approximately lecturers, newbies and student activists who proceed to fight for the construction of transformative and significant websites for peace praxis.
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Critical Peace Education and Global Citizenship: Narratives From the Unofficial Curriculum (Critical Social Thought) by Rita Verma