1. Hugh Starkey (2006). Book Review: Nicholas Beattie (2002)'The Freinet Movements of France, Italy, and Germany, 1920–2000: Versions of Educational Progressivism'. [REVIEW] British Journal of Educational Studies 54 (1):103-104.
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  2. Audrey Osler & Hugh Starkey (1994). Fundamental Issues in Teacher Education for Human Rights: A European Perspective. Journal of Moral Education 23 (3):349-359.
    Abstract Human rights education is an essential part of preparation for participation in a pluralistic democracy. As Europe aspires to be a continent of democratic states accepting human rights as their basic principles, a human rights ethic should be a feature of all schools within Europe. Human rights education provides an ethical and moral framework for living in community. Moreover, this ethical position is backed in Europe by the powerful legal framework of the European Convention on Human Rights. This paper (...)
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  3. Hugh Starkey (1992). Back to Basic Values: Education for Justice and Peace in the World. Journal of Moral Education 21 (3):185-192.
    Religious education refers to basic, sacred texts. Education also has basic, secular texts. 'Back to basics' should include basic values which are found in human rights instruments. Human rights are sometimes erroneously referred to as a Western and Northern values system, but the article notes an Islamic tradition of acknowledging human rights. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 ushered in a multiplicity of human rights texts that are international and which educators can confidently use as standards in any (...)
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