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Literacy, lifelong learning and social inclusion : empowering learners to learn about equality and reconciliation through lived experiences

Mark, Rob (2011) Literacy, lifelong learning and social inclusion : empowering learners to learn about equality and reconciliation through lived experiences. In: Lifelong Learning and Social Justice. NIACE, pp. 42-58. ISBN 9781862014541

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Abstract

This chapter looks at ways in which learning from personal experiences can empower learners through examining inequalities affecting their lives.