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UNESCO Centre Completes Review of Evidence on Integrated Education

A major academic study exposes a gulf between political thinking on education and the public appetite for integrated schools in Northern Ireland. The report,  from the University of Ulster UNESCO Centre, which was launched in Parliament Buildings Stormont, shows a clear trend in … Continue reading

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Researchers Reflect on Future of Integrated Education in Latest Edition of Shared Space Journal

Writing in Issue 15 of ‘Shared Space’, a research journal on peace, conflict and community relations in Northern Ireland, researchers from the UNESCO Centre have reflected on the current status of Integrated Education policy in Northern Ireland. The article is … Continue reading

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UNESCO Centre Completes Review of Evidence on Integrated Education

A major academic study, from researchers at the University of Ulster, exposes a gulf between political thinking on education and the public appetite for integrated schools in Northern Ireland. A report from the University of Ulster UNESCO Centre shows a … Continue reading

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UNESCO Centre Response to Northern Ireland Draft Programme for Government

The UNESCO Centre today submitted its response to the Northern Ireland Draft Programme for Government. Continue reading

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