A European Education: Citizenship, Identities and Young People
This is the final book in the series European Issues in Children's Identity and Citizenship. It analyzes current perspectives on intercultural education in Europe and the attempts and initiatives to include European citizenship education in teacher education. In the developing demographic, political, and social character of the expanded Europe, the work of educational institutions in the development of children's identities has new relevance.
Published with Children's Identity and Citizenship in Europe in the timely European Union Thematic Network Programme.
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