Creating liberal-internationalist world citizens: League of Nations Union junior branches in English secondary schools, 1919–1939

@article{Wright2018CreatingLW,
  title={Creating liberal-internationalist world citizens: League of Nations Union junior branches in English secondary schools, 1919–1939},
  author={Susan Wright},
  journal={Paedagogica Historica},
  year={2018},
  volume={56},
  pages={321 - 340}
}
  • S. Wright
  • Published 15 November 2018
  • Education, Sociology
  • Paedagogica Historica
ABSTRACT The League of Nations Union (LNU) was one among the many organisations, in different countries, that promoted internationalist education among the young in the interwar years. But it was a particularly large and prominent one and appealed to a wide cross-section of teachers and pupils in English schools. LNU junior branches were established in many English secondary schools. These junior branches were part of a wider agenda of active citizenship through extra-curricular means. Their… 
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