The university of queensland legal research seriesThe university of queensland legal research series
Suri Ratnapala, Professor of Public Law, t c beirne School of Law, University of Queensland; Fellow of the International Centre for Economic Research, Turin, Italy2
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Early Childhood Education Pn. 7939 00Early Childhood Education Pn. 7939 00
High-quality early education can make the crucial difference in helping each child develop to their full potential. In recognition of this
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The presidency: office on the rights of the child table of contents and acronymsThe presidency: office on the rights of the child table of contents and acronyms
South Africa’s people and children, many challenges must still be addressed. The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa stipulates that this nation – recognising the injustices of the past – must build a united, democratic
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From teaching citizenship to learning democracy: Overcoming individualism in research, policy and practiceFrom teaching citizenship to learning democracy: Overcoming individualism in research, policy and practice
Biesta, G. J. J. & Lawy, R. S. (2006). From teaching citizenship to learning democracy. Overcoming individualism in research, policy and practice. Cambridge Journal of Education 36(1), 63-79
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Art in the ‘post-truth’ eraArt in the ‘post-truth’ era
Visual Arts programme is dedicated to helping to support you all to become ‘citizens of the world’. We want you to be well-informed, reflective, critical
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Positions: east asia cultures critique 2 (1999) 307-342Positions: east asia cultures critique 2 (1999) 307-342
The bathrobe was going for a cool $150. By my calculation, the Guizhou household that contributed the majority of the labor needed to produce the bathrobe earned roughly 5 percent of the retail sale price. [End Page 307]
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