Monday, 9 January 2017

Island of saints, scholars and queers!

an article by Aideen Quilty (School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice, UCD, Ireland) published in Elm: European Lifelong Learning Magazine (14 October 2016)

Religion, economics and sexuality matter to adult education. They matter because they all relate to how prejudice and all forms of bias operate in society. They matter because they influence what is taught, who benefits from what is taught and how people are treated within our adult education classrooms. And all three matter in Ireland.

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