Education for Civic Engagement in Post‑primary Schools in Ireland and Northern Ireland: A Rights Perspective

Louise Kinlen, Ulf Hansson, Celia Keenaghan, John Canavan, Una O'Connor

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Abstract

The focus of this report is on policy and provision for education for civic engagement in post‑primary education in Ireland and Northern Ireland. This issue is topical and relevant in both jurisdictions. In Ireland reform of the Junior Cycle has led to a renewed focus on civic education and its cross‑curricular linkages. In Northern Ireland, education for civic engagement occurs within a divided society, giving rise to questions about its role in such a context.
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 8 May 2013

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