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From the Publisher...this is a well-written and accessible book that takes up issues of human rights and global citizenship from diverse perspectives and challenges schools to 'achieve more inclusive, socially responsible, and pedagogically transformative spaces' (p. 8) by including these issues as part of their public purpose. The book is a major contribution to the ever-expanding categories and definitions of human rights.— Alberta Journal of Educational Research
"This well-written and accessible book provides an excellent analysis of the current issues in education for human rights and global citizenship. The historical framework is valuable, as is the direct questioning of 'global citizenship for whom?'"— Allan Pitman, University of Western Ontario"