From celebrating to valuing global citizenship: lessons from a Norwich high school

From celebrating to valuing global citizenship: lessons from a Norwich high school

Article from Development Education Journal Vol. 11.2.

Michael Watts describes two global citizenship projects which enabled students from the UK to gain understanding of their own lives in relation to those of their counterparts in schools in Malawi. As well as considering the students’ shift from acknowledging cultural differences to recognising a supracultural common humanity, he draws attention to the potential problems of introducing students to other countries and cultures.

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