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Title: Teachers' challenges regarding cultural diversity
Author: Arrazola Carballo, Judith
Keywords: Desenvolupament professional
Formació del professorat
Pluralisme cultural
Career development
Teacher training
Cultural pluralism
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Esbrina. Universitat de Barcelona
Abstract: This paper presents some findings of the fieldwork of my doctoral thesis “Human Rights Education as a Tool for Social Cohesion” of the Doctoral Program “Education and Society” The main research question that arises is: Can Human Rights Education be the departure point to work from, with and for the cultural diversity that characterizes our societies? Human Rights Education has been introduced in our social politics and among them in educational policies which have a relevant role on the consecution of a cohesive society. Education, as a social right that has to be guarantee, facilitates the social change and the promotion of values and attitudes that favor cohesion. The work of several organizations like United Nations, The Council of Europe or Amnesty international have develop a wide variety of materials regarding human rights education at schools, guides and manuals for teachers, courses, development of competences and compendium of activities.
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It is part of: Comunicació presentada al simposi: Sancho, J. M., Correa, J. M., Giró, X. y Fraga, L. (Coord.) (2014). . Barcelona, 21 – 22 de noviembre, 2013. 528 p. Posiciones del profesorado ante los cambios. p. 89-92
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/50735
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