ERIC Number: ED468207
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
Learning To Live Together.
van Leeuwen, Fred, Ed.
Education International, v6 n4 Mar 2002
This quarterly journal offers information about diverse aspects of education in countries throughout the world. Following an editorial discussion of education for citizenship, articles included are: "Free Education for All" (E. Jouen); "The Challenge of Pay Equity: A Stubborn Problem" (M. Tomei); "The IMF's Pupil in Latin America: Chronicle of a Dismal Failure" (M. Maffei); "What GATS Means to Higher Education" (M. Fouilhoux); and "Norway Wishing Utdanningsforbundet a Long Life" (J. Garbo). This issue also includes the Dossier, "Learning To Live Together"A which contains nine articles: (1) "Introduction" (S. Hanley); (2) "The Right to Education" (K. Tomasevski); (3) "Common Kinds of Discrimination in Education" (A. Amor); (4) "South Africa Struggles for Equality in Education" (H. Lorgat); (5) "The Role of Textbooks in the Promotion of International Brotherhood" (S. Fujikawa); (6) "The Commitment of Governments to Multicultural Education"; (7) "Gender in Pursuit of a Culture of Peace" (B. A. Reardon); (8) "Education for All for Learning To Live Together: Problems and Solutions" (C. Braslavsky); and (9) "Legislation." Additional articles are: "Education in the Hands of Sheriffs" (A. Car); "Education in Time of War" (H. Ferlini); "Education Plays a Leading Role in Rebuilding War-Torn Country" (A. Mathews); "Industrialized Countries Give Lip Service to Development Commitments" (W. Van der Schaaf); and "International Bureau of Education: Forward-Looking Institution with Deep Roots in the Past" (C. Braslavsky). (BT)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Citizenship Education, Developing Nations, Equal Education, Foreign Countries, Gender Issues, Global Education, International Cooperation, Multicultural Education, World Problems
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
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Authoring Institution: Education International, Brussels (Belgium).