Safe You and Safe Me -5 May 2010

*Children's book (for 7-12 years of age) discussing the United Nations Secretary-General's Study on Violence against Children *Information on violence and what the child can do to protect themselves and others *CD (missing)

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Learning to Abolish War: Teaching toward a culture of peace -5 May 2010

*Resource packet for peace education *Based on the Hague Agenda for Peace and Justice for the 21st Century *3 Books: 1) Rationale and Approach, 2) Sample Learning Units, 3) Teacher Training Procedures *Lessons cover roots of war, international human rights and humanitarian law, conflict prevention, disarmament, and human security *Lessons for all levels (elementary, middle grade, and secondary)

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Intercultural Education (Special Social Justice Issue) (Vol. 20, No. 2, Apr 2009) -5 May 2010

*Periodical journal with scholarly articles, including: "Intercultural education as social justice" "Computers, the media and multicultural education: seeking engagement and political literacy" "Growing social justice educators: a pedagogical framework for Social Justice Education" "'Of, by, and for are not merely prepositions': teaching and learning Conflict Resolution for a democratic, global citizenry" "Critical reasoning for social justice: moral encounters with the paradoxes of intercultural education" "Civic responsibility and human rights education: a pan-educational alliance for social justice" "The role of education in teaching norms and values to adult newcomers: an analysis of integration policy in the Netherlands, with emphasis on the city of Rotterdam" "Multicultural education and social justice actions" "Action learning through Indigenous literature"

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Intercultural Education (Vol. 16, No. 4, 2005) -6 May 2010

*Scholarly journal with articles on the implications for the eucation of african American students, interculturalizing education in Bulgaria, perspectives on the experiences and perceptions of refugee children, Learning from genocide, social representations in diversity in a South African urban school, integrating ICT and multicultural aspects within a classroom, influence of a multicultural teacher education program on teachers' multicultural practices

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Intercultural Education (Vol. 17, No. 1, Mar 2006) -6 May 2010

*Scholarly journal with articles on culturally appropriate pedagogy, locating non-Western enlightenment texts for a global curriculum, role of an affirmed black cultural identity and heritage in the academic achievement of African-Canadian students, the foreign language and intercultural competence teacher, minority schooling and intercultural education, trajectories of adjustment of international students, promoting intercultural edcuation through art education, country updates on Portugal, and refugee children perspectives

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Intercultural Education (Special Theoretical Issue) (Vol. 19, No. 6, Dec 2008) -6 May 2010

*Periodical journal with scholarly articles, including: "Theoretical reflections on intercultural education" "Civilizational knowledge, interculturalism and citizenship education" "Intercultural education in Europe: epistemological and semantic aspects" "Intercultural education and intercultural learning in Austria--critical reflections on theory and practice" "On metaphors, everyday diversity and intercultural education" "Good intentions are not enough: a decolonizing intercultural education" "Multicultural education in the United States: reflections" "Constructing intercultural education" "Forum Syd Balkan Project. Best Practice. PRONI/FSBP education model university course: leadership and development community youth work"

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Intercultural Education (Vol. 17, No. 4, Oct 2006) -6 May 2010

*Scholarly journal with articles on the recast of multicultural teachign practicum, impact of the poltical context on dicourse characteristics in Jewish-Arab encounters in Israel, conservative christian teachers on possible consequences for lesbian, gay and bisexual youth, educating for difference in a ROmany community in spain, Teacher understanding of cultural difference, intercultural communication, system theory approach to interfaith dialogue

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Intercultural Education (Vol. 17, No. 3, Aug 2006) -6 May 2010

*Scholarly journal with articles on intercultural education on theory and practice; promoting an endogenous approach to education at the local community level; instrumental relationships and high expectations on exploring cirtical care in two Latino community-based schools; cultural constructivism and the confluence of cognition, knowledge creation, multiculturalism and teaching

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Intercultural Education (Special Immigrant Issue) (Vol. 19, No. 2, Oct 2008) -6 May 2010

*Periodical journal with scholarly articles, including: "Immigrant access to education: a comparative perspective" "Access to education and equity in plural societies" "Transnational schooling and the new immigrants: developing dual identities in the United States" "Discrimination and good practice activities in education: trends and developments in the 27 EU Member States" "The children of guest workers: comparative analysis of scholastic achievement of pupils of Turkish origin throughout Europe" "Territories of integration: the children of immigrants in the schools of the Metropolitan Area of Lisbon" "Chilren of immigrants in Trento: educational achievement through the lens of friendship" "Educating immigrant children in a 'newcomer' immigration country. A case study" "Good practices addressing school integration of Roma/Gypsy children in Hungary"

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Intercultural Education (Vol. 17, No. 2, May 2006) -6 May 2010

*Scholarly journal with articles on Ogbu and the debate on educational achievement, John Ogbu and minority education in Japan, complicity with conservatism and the de-politicizing of multicultural and intercultural education, aspects of intercultural communication in international training programs for educators, transcending the majority rights and minority protectio dichotomy through multicultural reflective citizenship in the African Great Lakes region, Cultural cross-currents in second language literacy education, book history and ideological hierarchies

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Towards a Culture of Prevention: Disaster Risk Reduction Begins at School -7 May 2010

*Good Practices and Lessons Learned 1007 *Includes sections on raising awareness within schools, increasing prevention, and securing school buildings *Includes case studies from Armenia, Bangladesh, Cape Verde, Grenada, Indonesia, Mali, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, France, India, Iran, Jamaica, Madagascar, Peru, Phillipines, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, United States, Vietnam, Japan, Nepal, and Central America

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The Moral Compass -10 May 2010

*Offers many examples of good and bad, right and wrong, in great works from literature and in exemplary stories from history *Organized by the stages along life's journey, moving from the first character lessons taught in home, which shape the way chidlren see life, to the countless choices that call the virtues into play as they grow older

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Science Education and Ethical Values: Introducing Ethics and Religion into the Science Classroom and -11 May 2010

*Collection of papers exploring how ethical and religious values may be integrated into science education, arguing that many of the models of science are incompatible with ethical insights *Analyzes this situation and recommends positive steps whereby schools, teacher training colleges, universities and churches can play a creative role in introducing desirable social values and participatory social goals into science education *Result of a workshop organized by the Church and Society Sub-unit of the World Council of Churches and the Free University in Amsterdam

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A Global Ethic for Global Politics and Economics -11 May 2010

*Detailed explanation of current ethical issues in politics and economics and concrete suggestions for a more humane social order *Describes and critiques realism, idealism, and offers an alternative political vision *Proposes a global ethic as a foundation for global society *Describes and critiques neocapitalism, the welfare state, and offers alternative economic vision *Applies ethics to business and management

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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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From Harare to Porto Alegre 1998-2006 -12 May 2010

*Illustrated report of the World Council of Churches (WCC) central committee on activities and dialogue undertaken within the ecumenical fellowship between the WCC's eighth assembly in December 1998 on the campus of Univeristy of Harare in Zimbabwe and the final stages of preparation for the ninth assmebly at the Pontifical Catholic Univeristy in Porto Alegre, Brazil in February 2006

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God, in your grace… Official Report of the Ninth Assembly of the World Coucnil of Churches -12 May 2010

*Official report of assembly In February 2006 where thousands of Christians representing more thant 300 churches in over 100 nations gathered in Porto Alegre, Brazil for the 9th Assembly of the World Council of Churches (WCC) *Documents reports and actions, speeches and presentations set in context through a narrative introduction *Topics include poverty and trade, violence and peace-making, healing in an age of HIV and AIDS, current prospects for full and visible unity among the churches, inter-religious dialogue and cooperation in mission amid diversity

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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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A Handbook on Good Parenting -14 May 2010

*Handbook that shares principles and methods of parenting, including: being a good role model for your child through your words and actions, developing family mission statement, knowing your limits as a parent, and having fun with your children

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Intercultural Education (Vol. 18, No. 3, Aug 2007) -14 May 2010

*Scholarly journal with articles on the affective politics of hatred and the implication for education, intercultural learning and language education in Latvia, educational responses to immigrant students in Madrid, cooperative learning, creating strategies to deal with problems of teaching controversial issues in social studies education in African schools, students as a resource for introducing intercultural education in business schools, research note on situative cognition as a barrier to teaching across cultures, and the Human Rights Olympics

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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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