Sustainable citizenship as practice
A discourse of “citizenship-as-achievement” affects education for sustainable development. The authors shift the focus from competences that citizens must acquire to democratic educatio...
Joke Vandenabeele is a lecturer at the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences at the University of Leuven and a senior researcher at the Laboratory for Education and Society at the same university. She teaches non-formal education, citizenship education and the role of art and culture in communities today. The key topics of her research are: citizenship education, social and biographical learning, community development, practices of solidarity in relation to living with differences in cities and the search for sustainable development as a public issue. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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