Education for Inclusive Cities

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During the past decade, the most fascinating phenomenon of human demography has been massive migration of populations from rural to urban areas. This migration has been most prominent in the Asia-Pacific region where more than half a billion people have entered cities. More than half of the world population now lives in cities. In this […]

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Fifty Years of the Ideas of Paulo Freire

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The World Congress of Comparative Education Societies that met recently in Buenos Aires Argentina June 24-28, 2013 provided an opportunity to reflect on the importance of the contributions of the late Paulo Freire, the remarkable Brazilian intellectual who changed the way that we think about education, not just in his native Northeastern Brazil, but all […]

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