The chapter provides an overview of education in the related fields of community relations and citizenship across the period of the Northern Ireland conflict and the decade after the Good Friday Agreement. It identifies continuity and change in curriculum policy, and assesses both strengths and concerns regarding the Northern Ireland Local and Global Citizenship programme.
|Title of host publication||Education for Citizenship and Diversity in Irish Contexts|
|Editors||Una O'Connor, Gerry Jeffers|
|Publisher||Institute of Public Administration|
|Publication status||Published (in print/issue) - 2008|
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- Northern Ireland
- Citizenship Education
- Community Relations