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close this bookA Sense of Belonging - Guidelines for Values for the Humanistic and International Dimension of Education (CIDREE, UNESCO; 1983; 31 pages)
View the documentForeword
View the documentIntroduction
View the document1. Purposes of the Document
View the document2. The Nature of a Changing Society
View the document3. Educational Implications
View the document4. Values, Society and Schooling
View the document5. The International Dimension
View the document6. Values and Consensus
View the document7. Principles and Qualities
View the document8. Three Key Ideas
View the document9. Democracy
View the document10. Realisation in Schools
View the document11. Implementation Strategies
View the document12. Evaluation
View the document13. Recommendations for the Humanistic and International Dimension of Education
View the document14. Practical Suggestions for the Implementation of the Guidelines
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A Sense of Belonging - Guidelines for Values for the Humanistic and International Dimension of Education


No part of the material may be produce or utilised in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without written permission from the authors.

ISBN 1 85955 090 8


The principal aim of this document is to help European education authorities and teachers realise the major objective of ‘instruction, education, and intellectual, moral and vocational training’ thereby creating ‘a more lively perception of the values, thinking and behaviour that follow from recognition of the humanistic, cultural and international dimensions of education’1.

1 MINEDEUROPE Conference of European Ministers Report 1988

The ideas, therefore, described in this document reflect a European perspective. A global approach would have, perhaps, resulted in different definitions and nuances.


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