EDUCATION FOR GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP IN INDIA AND PAKISTAN
Keywords:Global citizenship education, Global education, Cosmopolitanism, Multiculturalism
Discourse, objectives, arguments and counter-arguments about the factors involving global citizenship education raise some fundamental questions. In this perspective and amidst the global debate on the importance of Global Citizenship Education, it is argued in this paper that the school curriculums of India and Pakistan need to introduce religious ethics based on the teachings of all important religions of the world. The perspective must be a positive and constructive outlook instead of glorification of a particular religion.
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