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Intercultural Primary Education in the Second Half of the Decade

). Multicultural education as social activism. Journal of teacher education, 52(2), 94-106. The National Association for Multicultural Education. Retrieved from The Universal Declaration of Human Rights/United Nations. (1948). Retrieved form UNESCO Guidelines on Intercultural Education. (2010). Retrieved from What is intercultural education? Retrieved from http

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Inclusion, Diversity, Equality in Non-Formal Education through the Optic of Youth and Youth Workers

. Šuleková, M. (2016). Anthropological-axiological assumptions and ethical principles of optimal model of inclusion. In S. Bullock, M. Brestovanský, & P. Lenčo (Eds.). Inclusion, Diversity and Equality in Youth Work The Principles and Approaches . Cheltenham: University of Gloucestershire. United Nations. (1948). Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Retrieved from United Nations. (2006). Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Retrieved from https

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Social Worker’s Help in Restoring Human Dignity

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