|About the book|
Changing Citizenship supports educators in understanding the links between global change and the everyday realities of teachers and learners. It explores the role that schools can play in creating a new vision of citizenship for multicultural democracies.
Key reading for education researchers and students on PGCE, B.Ed and Masters courses in Education, as well as citizenship teachers and co-ordinators. Changing Citizenship is of interest to all concerned about social justice and young people's participation in decision-making.
|About the authors|
Professor Audrey Osler is Director of the Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights Education at the University of Leeds. She previously worked at the Universities of Leicecter and Birmingham, and is also an experienced teacher and education advisor.
Hugh Starkey is Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for the MA in Citizenship Education by distance learning at the Institute of Education, University of London.
|Table of contents|
Acronyms and abbreviations
Part one: Changing citizenship
1. Cosmopolitan citizenship
2. Human rights, democracy and development
3. Children as citizens
Part two: Learning for inclusion
4. The right to education
5. Learning for cosmopolitan citizenship
6. Practising citizenship
Part three: Democratizing schools
8. Democratic schooling
9. Rights and responsibilities
10. Changing leadership