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19.5.2015

Citizenship Education in Egypt

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Shereen Aly and Youmna El-Khattam


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تكوين المواطنة في أوروبا وشمال إفريقيا

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European societies, albeit at different paces, have undergone profound changes in the fabric of their populations due to EU enlargement, European Citizenship, globalization and migration processes. Traditional concepts of citizenship and citizenship education in Europe have to be revised in the light of these developments.

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