Children's rights and social justice: Case studies from Nicaragua as a resource for students and teachers

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Title: Children's rights and social justice: Case studies from Nicaragua as a resource for students and teachers
Authors: Shier, HarryCentre for Education in Health and Environment (CESESMA)
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Date: 2014
Online since: 2021-03-23T11:34:17Z
Abstract: The eight case studies in this volume were written as part of the “Education for Social Justice” project coordinated by Leeds Development Education Centre. This project aimed to help make development education an embedded cross-curricular theme in European education policies, and in so doing help create a climate across Europe where young people felt enthusiastic about taking action for a fairer world. The project involved schools in Slovenia, Portugal, Latvia, Estonia and Bulgaria as well as the UK.
Funding Details: Leeds Development Education Centre
Type of material: Book
Publisher: CESESMA
Copyright (published version): 2014 CESESMA and Leeds DEC
Keywords: Child labourChildren's rightsFair tradeLocal democracyDomestic violenceChild abuseGender equalityPovertyEnvironmental contaminationEducationMigrationJuvenile justiceDeforestationCorruptionNicaragua
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Language: en
Status of Item: Peer reviewed
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