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Human Rights Education: Ideology, Location, and Approaches
As human rights education (HRE) becomes a more common feature of international policy discussions, national textbook reform, and post-conflict educational strategies, greater clarity about what HREExpand
Schooling for Social Change: The Rise and Impact of Human Rights Education in India
Schooling for Social Change offers fresh perspectives on the emerging field of human rights education in India. 60 years after independence, the Indian schooling system remains unequal. Building onExpand
Teaching to transform, transforming to teach: exploring the role of teachers in human rights education in India
Background: Human rights education initiatives have proliferated in the past three decades and can be found in policy discussions, textbook reforms and grassroots initiatives across the globe. ThisExpand
‘Pedagogies of resistance’ and critical peace education praxis
This paper explores ‘pedagogies of resistance’ – or critical and democratic educational models utilized by social movements – and how global examples of engaged educational praxis may inform peaceExpand
‘I have big things planned for my future’: the limits and possibilities of transformative agency in Zambian schools
This article explores the extent to which participation in alternative human values education affects students' conceptions of agency amidst the economic and HIV/AIDS crises in Ndola, Zambia. DrawingExpand
Encyclopedia of Peace Education
Introduction, Monisha Bajaj. Section I: The Historical Emergence of and Influences on Peace Education. History of Peace Education, Ian Harris. John Dewey and Peace Education, Charles Howlett. MariaExpand
Education for Sustainable Development as Peace Education
This article examines the intersections among peace education and environmental education to understand how these commonalities frame education for sustainable development. The authors trace theExpand
From 'Time Pass' to Transformative Force: School-Based Human Rights Education in Tamil Nadu, India
This article presents data collected at the level of practice to highlight one non-governmental organization’s approach to human rights education and how household, school, and community levelExpand
Intergenerational Perspectives on Education and Employment in the Zambian Copperbelt
  • Monisha Bajaj
  • Sociology
  • Comparative Education Review
  • 16 February 2010
This paper explores inter-generational perspectives on the education-employment link as reported by parents, teachers, administrators, and students in and around government secondary schools inExpand
The Politics, Praxis, and Possibilities of Critical Peace Education
Critical approaches offer peace educators and researchers the contextual and conceptual resources to understand the structural impediments to advancing peace education in diverse locales across theExpand