Melbourne School introduces Centre For Citizenship Development And Human Rights in Burwood, for all your education and learning for your childs future, We invite you to explore and learn more about the quality 21st Century education with Centre For Citizenship Development And Human Rights.
The Centre was established in 1994 as a response to the need for research, critical analysis and practical interventions into the theory and practice of citizenship and human rights.
Since 1994 the need to respond to citizenship and human rights issues has become more urgent, as new pressures, risks and conflicts associated with processes of globalisation, localism and social diversification become apparent.
Members of the Centre have worked with other researchers, community groups and governments, both in Australia and internationally, to explore the role of citizenship and human rights in reinvigorating civil society, responding to oppression and inequality and strengthening democracy.
We live in a time of paradox and challenge. For example, the processes of globalisation and localism have taken a number of paths. Globalisation has meant the ascendancy of the fiscal and political power of global capital, through transnational corporations and other international organisations. International networks have also supported subaltern organisations constructed around both universal human rights and fundamentalist agendas. But globalisation has also ushered in cosmopolitan citizenship, a respect for difference and openness to the voices of others.
Steeped in history, Centre For Citizenship Development And Human Rights is one of the popular school in the Burwood area. Our aim is clear and present in all aspects of the school. Respect, Compassion and Resilience are some of the qualities demonstrated towards the personal attributes we strive to gain and display in our community.
We endeavour to celebrate each other’s uniqueness by providing opportunity for all and to develop a culture that identifies that the journey towards excellence is often paved with trial and error, risk taking, learning from mistakes, flexibility and adaptability. We believe that encouraging students to take ownership of the learning is critical in achieving the best learning outcomes and that implicit in this concept is that students learn their own areas of strength and areas of development, through useful and explicit feedback.
We invite you to explore our website and learn more about the quality 21st Century education Centre For Citizenship Development And Human Rights offers all children who enrol in our school.
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