Education, Conflict and Social Cohesion

Sobhi Tawil, Alexandra Harley
Unesco, International Bureau of Education, 1. jan. 2004 - 433 sider
Is schooling a potential catalyst for the outbreak of identity-based conflict? How can education contribute to social and civic reconstruction, particularly in societies emerging from violent internal conflict? Education, Conflict and Social Cohesion explores these questions and more in societies as diverse as Bosnia and Herzegovina and Guatemala, Lebanon and Mozambique, Northern Ireland, Rwanda and Sri Lanka.. Based on these experiences, Education, Conflict and Social Cohesion argues that in order to ensure that processes of education reform are meaningful contributions to reconciliation and peacebuilding, the subtle and complex relationships between schooling and conflict need to be explicitly recognised and examined.

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