Building a global human rights education research community

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  • Audrey Osler University of Leeds, UK, and University of South-Eastern Norway, NO.
  • Hugh Starkey University College London, UK.
  • Christian Stokke University of South-Eastern Norway, NO.
  • Bjørn Flatås University of South-Eastern Norway, NO.

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https://doi.org/10.7577/hrer.4260

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2021-03-11

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Osler, A., Starkey, H., Stokke, C., & Flatås, B. (2021). Building a global human rights education research community . Human Rights Education Review, 4(1), 1–7. https://doi.org/10.7577/hrer.4260