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Global Perspectives for Educators. Boston: Ally and Bacon; 1999. 32. Starkey H. Development education and human rights education. In: Osler A, editor. Development Education, Global Perspective in the Curriculum. London: Cassell; 1994. 33. Brock‑Utne B. Feminist Perspectives on Peace and Peace Education. New York: Pergamon: 1989. 34. Floresca‑Cawagas V, Toh S. From the mountains to the seas: Education for a peaceful Philippines. In: Haavelsrud M, editor. Disarming: Discourse on Violence and Peace. Tromso: Arena; 1993. 35. Shiva V. The Violence of the Green Revolution. London: Zed Books; 1991. 36. Leistyna P. Defining and Designing Multiculturalism. Albany: State University of New York Press; 2002.
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  • Spring '19
  • Madam Masila
  • Globalization, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, peace education

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