CIVIC AND CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION IN CONTESTED AND DIVIDED SOCIETIES

CIVIC AND CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION IN CONTESTED AND DIVIDED SOCIETIES

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  • cours - matière potentielle : curriculum
  • cours - matière potentielle : performance
CIVIC AND CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION IN CONTESTED AND DIVIDED SOCIETIES Alan Smith UNESCO Chair, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland Abstract This paper considers the challenges of developing civic and citizenship education within a political environment where the status of the territory is contested. In particular, the case of Northern Ireland is examined. For many centuries Ireland was subject to English rule. When an independent Republic of Ireland was established in 1921, the island was partitioned and the northern part remained part of the United Kingdom.
  • multinational curriculum development
  • fundamental questions about the future
  • social relations
  • diversity
  • citizenship education
  • social capital
  • political system
  • society
  • groups
  • organizations

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This version:November 2011
Isabelle CHORT Paris School of Economics, 48 Bd Jourdan, 75014 Paris - Phone:33 1 43 13 63 64 -Email: chort@pse.ens.fr
RESEARCH INTERESTS Development economics; Microeconometrics; Labor economics; Migration EDUCATION 2007–2011PhD in Economics, Paris School of Economics Dissertationessays on migration: Three Fields: Microeconomics,Development Economics, Migration, Applied Microecono-metrics Supervision: SylvieLambert Jury: FrançoisBourguignon, Philippe De Vreyer, Christelle Dumas, Sylvie Lambert, Alice Mesnard, Jérôme Pouyet Defended on November, 7th, 2011
2001–2006 2005–2006
2002–2005
2001–2002
1998–2001
Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris (rue d’Ulm)
Master in Economics “Analyse et Politique Économique”, EHESS-DELTA, Paris
ENSAE (French National School of Statistics and Economic Administra-tion)
Licence in Economics, University Paris I (Sorbonne) Specialization: Econometrics with honors
Classe préparatoire B/L, Lycée Montaigne, Bordeaux Extensive and intensive training in Economics, Mathematics and Humanities prepar-ing for the competitive entrance examinations to the French ENS
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2010–present
2007–2010
2006–2007
Lecturer (ATER), Paris-Sorbonne University (Paris IV) Introduction to economics (Undergraduate Course)
Teaching Assistant (Monitorat), Paris-Sorbonne University (Paris IV) Introduction to economics (Undergraduate Course) European economics (Graduate course, Master in European Affairs) Introduction to country-risk (Graduate course, Master in International Affairs)
Teaching Assistant, Galatasaray University (Istanbul, Turkey) Statistics (Undergraduate Course) Monetary macroeconomics (Graduate course)
RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
2007–present
2005–2006
2004 (sept-nov)
Participation to the MIDDAS project, financed by the French “Agence Nationale de la Recherche” and ”Agence Française de Développement” Participation to the conception of the project, design of a quantitative survey (sam-pling technique, questionnaire), data collect and analysis. “MIDDAS: Migration et Développement :une analyse empirique à partir de Données Appariées sur les migrants Sénégalais et leur ménage d’origine”
POPINTER, Paris-Descartes University (Paris 5) Participation to the conception of a quantitative socio-demographic survey in Senegal Redaction of an article on migrant remittances
OECD Development Center, Paris Consultant in macroeconomics.Construction of a database and data analysis (mea-sures of capital in growth analysis).
ACADEMIC PAPERS
Publications “Remises migratoires et redistributivité” (with Sylvie Lambert),Regards croisés sur l’économie, 8, 2010.
“Les transferts monétaires des migrants :pays industrialisés et pays en développement” (with Yves Charbit), Revue européenne des migrations internationales, 22 (2), 2006.
Working papers (submitted for publication) Job-market paper:what can we learn fromNew insights into the selection process of Mexican migrants: discrepancies between intentions to migrate and migration, Paris School of Economics working paper, 2011
Migration networks in Senegal, Paris School of Economics working paper, 2011
Do migrant networks foster transnational Senegalese in France and Italy (with Flore paper, 2011
solidarity ? Gubert and
Network Jean-Noel
insertion and Senne), Paris
remittance incentives among School of Economics working
Work in progress Family structure and insertion on labor and marriage markets in the case of Senegal (with Philippe De Vreyer and Karine Marazyan) CONFERENCES 2011Change, Social Challenge”, the NORFACE Research Pro-“Migration: Economic gramme on Migration and the Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration (CReAM), University College, London [2011-04]; DIAL Development Conference “Shocks in Developing Countries”, DIAL - Univer-sity of Paris-Dauphine, Paris [2011-06]; 60th Conference of the Association Française de Science Economique, University of Nanterre, Nanterre [2011-09]
2010
2009
International Conference “Migration:A World in Motion A Multinational Con-ference on Migration and Migration Policy”, University of Maastricht, Maastricht [2010-02]; Development Seminar, Paris School of Economics, Paris [2010-06]; Third International Conference “Migration and Development”, Paris School of Eco-nomics (PSE), the French Development Agency Research Department (AFD) and the World Bank, Paris [2010-09]; First TEMPO Conference on International Migration, Trinity College, Dublin [2010-10];
Workshop “Development economics” , Paris School of Economics, Paris [2009-06]
Refereeing:Journal of Development Studies OTHER WORK AND FIELD EXPERIENCE oct 2010Participation to surveyors training - “Pauvreté et Structure Familiale” Survey, 2nd waveDakar, Senegal 2004French Embassy, Economic department in Ankara, Turkey (jul-aug) Redactionof a report on the sustainability of Turkish public debt
LANGUAGES AND COMPUTER SKILLS
French: mothertongue English: fluent Spanish, Italian:reading knowledge Software: Stata,SAS, MS Word, MS Excel, ArcView (ArcGIS)