Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/19887
Title: Teaching for tolerance in Muslim majority societies
Authors: Kaymakcan, Recep 
Leirvik, Oddbjørn 
Corporate Authors: Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief 
Subject Keywords: education ; freedom of religion or belief ; diversity ; tolerance ; Muslims ; religious or belief groups ; students
See Also: religion or belief ; human rights education ; Holocaust education ; human rights education ; Holocaust education
Key Issues: Diversity education ; Freedom of religion or belief ; Intolerance against Christians
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: DEM
Publication Country: Turkey 
Publication Place : Istanbul
Material Type: tools and guides
Language: English
Meeting Title: Workshop "Learning about the other and teaching for tolerance in Muslim majority societies" 
Meeting Date: 10-12 November 2005
Meeting Place: Istanbul
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Turkey 
Country Coverage: Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Turkey 
URL more information: http://berkleycenter.georgetown.edu/events/learning-about-the-other-and-teaching-for-tolerance-in-muslim-majority-societies
URL display: http://folk.uio.no/leirvik/tekster/PrefaceContents-TFTbook.pdf
Abstract: The book is based on a workshop held in Istanbul in November 2005 under the title "Learning about the other and teaching for tolerance in Muslim majority societies". In conveys critical analyses and innovative visions for tolerance education in school, focusing particularly on the role that religious and ethnical education, social studies and history teaching can play in fostering tolerance and promoting inclusive notions of citizenship. In the book, one will find examples of how scholars and educators from Muslim majority countries see the special challenges that these societies face when trying to rethink the way in which religion, history and civics are taught in school. The chapters focus particularly on challenges and recent developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Lebanon, Nigeria, Palestine and Turkey.
Internal Notes: The publication also describes the situation in countries outside the OSCE region.
Physical Description: 284 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/19887
ISBN: 975-978-6324-98-1
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