Religious Diversity and Intercultural Education: a reference book for schools -11 May 2010

*Reference book resulting from 2002-2005 Council of Europe project "The Challenge of intercultural education today: religious diversity and dialogue in Europe" *Intended to help teachers, teacher trainers, administrators, policy makers, and others deal with religious diversity in Europe's schools *Four parts covering theoretical and conceptual perspectives, methodological approaches, whole school issues of intercultural education, and current practices in Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Holy See, Norway, Slovenia, Spain, United Kingdom, and Austria

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In Search of a Round Table: Gender, Theology & Church Leadership -12 May 2010

*Collection of essays by women and men from around the world who explore pressing contemporary questions of gender, theology and church leadership *Contributes both to the Ecumenical Decade-Churches in Solidarity with Women and to the process of drawing out the implcations for the churches of the Platform for Action adopted by the United Nations fourth World Conference on Women (Beijing 1995)

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Workplace violence in services sectors and measures to combat this phenomenon -12 May 2010

*Contains the ILO code of practice which responds to the needs of millions of workers affected by violence in service sectors in industrialized and developing countries *Provides general guidance to develop practical responses to violence at work, to promote dialogue, consultation and negotiation among governments, employers, and workers, and to draft national laws, policies, and programmes of action

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For God So Loves the World: Peacemaking and the Care of God's Creation -14 May 2010

*Contains six study sessions on the care of creation *Each session is based on slected biblical passsages and is designed for a one-hour meeting *Suitable for use in: an adult church school class, Presbyterian Women or Men, church officers, retreat settings, adult Bible study class, a peacekeeping committee, a Lenten study, a sermon series, personal study, youth groups, and an environmental justice task force

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