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International perspectives in social justice programs at the institutional and community levels Vol: 37

Enakshi Sengupta
International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association, USA

Patrick Blessinger
International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association, USA


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781800434899
Published:
09 Apr 2021
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
248 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning
Universities and faculty members play a vital role in providing education that helps build a strong foundation for a society where people are respected, treated equally, and get equal opportunities for upward social mobility. This book addresses the role of education in uplifting people out of poverty and oppression by imparting social justice education at the institution and community level. 

Including chapters dedicated to human rights education, the authors consider how educators can help to foster a sense of awareness among learners about the dignity of human life through various interventional programmes. Discussing human rights with respect to migrant workers, foster youth and prisoners in different countries, the chapters demonstrate how students from all levels can benefit from social justice education.
PART I. EDUCATION AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT
Chapter 1. Introduction to international perspectives in social justice programs at the institutional and community level; Enakshi Sengupta and Patrick Blessinger
Chapter 2. Education in human rights: changing the way we think and how we feel; Alan Vogelfanger
Chapter 3. Bridges to Zambia–teaching human rights through immersion experience; Alia Sheety, Erin McLaughlin, and Susan Pierson
Chapter 4. What next? Skill development for livelihood – a study of Bangladeshi immigrant workers in Kurdistan; Enakshi Sengupta
Chapter 5. Prison education through open and distance learning: experiences from India; Umesh Chandra Pandey
Chapter 6. Widening participation in service learning; Faith Valencia–Forrester and Bridget Backhaus
PART II. PROMOTING SOCIAL JUSTICE AMONG STUDENTS
Chapter 7. Flux of digital activism to leverage peace and human rights; Anil Shukla and Kshama Pandey
Chapter 8. Promoting international human rights values through reflective practice in clinical legal education: a perspective from England and Wales; Irene Antonopoulos and Omar Madhloom
Chapter 9. Bridging the gap: the case for implementing equity–minded academic and mentoring support services for foster youth within university writing programs; Paul Beehler and Rory Moore
Chapter 10. Promoting gender equality in colleges of education in Ghana using a gender– responsive scorecard; Wisdom Kwaku Agbevanu, Hope Pius Nudzor, Sharon Tao, and Francis Ansah
Chapter 11. Ethical issues and the Nordic education model: learning–driven ecosystems applied to international cohorts; Bruno F. Abrantes, Thomas D. Eatmon, and Charlotte Forsberg
Enakshi Sengupta serves as Associate Director of the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association, USA. 

Patrick Blessinger is Chief Research Scientist of the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association, USA.
'The book is comprised of excellent papers on one of the most crucial concepts, that is, social justice, for humanity in a global context. The chapters show the value of equity, activism, gender equality and humanity from the views of not one part of the world, but Global South, Europe, Australia and North America. Social justice is stressed to be taught in different educational contexts, even in prisons. A great book with very-well practiced approaches to the needs of the world!' - Serpil Meri̇ Yilan, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Foreign Languages, Department of Interpretation and Translation, AICU, Turkey

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