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Living democracy series
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The six Council of Europe “Living Democracy” manuals provide teachers with high-quality lesson materials which have been tested by educators in several countries and are flexible enough to enable both experienced and trainee teachers to introduce citizenship and human rights education into their schools in a fun, interactive and challenging.
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In the text book “Living Democracy,” by Daniel M. Shea, Joanne Connor Green, and Christopher E. Smith, it defines that checks Living democracy series book balances, “a system in our government where each branch (legislative, executive, judicial) has the power to limit the actions of others.
For example, even though. Questions about the IHC’s “Living Democracy” series can be directed to [email protected] or by calling () Additional information about the series as well as other programming offered by the center, can be found on the IHC website.
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