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Power, pedagogy and practice in human rights education : questions of social justice

Cassidy, Claire (2018) Power, pedagogy and practice in human rights education : questions of social justice. [Review] (In Press)

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Review of Zembylas, M. and Keet, A. (Eds.) (2018) Critical Human Rights, Citizenship, and Democracy Education. Entanglements and Regenerations. London: Bloomsbury. 240pp, ISBN 9781350045620.