By Steven Coombs;Dr Mark Potts;Professor Jack Whitehead
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Living Global Citizenship emphasises the participation by pupils in cross-community projects which enable a more ‘Living’ immersive educational experience that develops cultural-empathy within participants. Based on our research evidence this is what we believe can provide a meaningful form of effective citizenship education within any cultural setting. Here, we explore these principles in more depth. 1 The importance of values in education and a values-based education system Shaver and Strong (1976) deﬁne values as: Our standards and principles for judging worth.
4 Educational cosmopolitanism and universal values We recognise the weaknesses of the notion of educational cosmopolitanism and the contested idea of universal values. Nussbaum (1997) argues for educational cosmopolitanism by saying that the accident of where one is born is just that, an accident; any human being might have been born in any nation. Recognising this, she says, we should not allow differences of nationality or class or ethnic membership or even gender to erect barriers between us and our fellow human beings.
Engagement in Living Global Citizenship projects as part of a Big Society initiative would enable participants to critically assess the Pedagogy for Effective Citizenship Education 33 unequal distribution of resources between people and groups and to negotiate activities that are based on agreed values, such as social justice and equal opportunities, that are sustainable and make a lasting difference to people’s lives. This in itself would strengthen democracy. The UK government’s ideas on the Big Society ignore the global dimension and are focused on solving problems in the United Kingdom.
International Educational Development and Learning through Sustainable Partnerships: Living Global Citizenship by Steven Coombs;Dr Mark Potts;Professor Jack Whitehead