Societies, Volume 10, Issue 4 (December 2020) – 29 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Global citizenship education (GCE) is an educational framework that can be characterized as transformative since it aims to foster reflective citizens who contribute to building a more inclusive, just, and peaceful world. Thus, GCE allows educators to take a critical approach to their teaching, thereby articulating a clear social justice orientation toward citizenship education. However, recent studies indicate that most interpretations and thus implementations of GCE do not translate into a social action approach. Therefore, this article conceptualizes an intersectional approach to GCE, to make a critical approach of GCE more likely by practitioners. Intersectionality allows for recognizing resilience in marginalized communities, while developing a sense of shared responsibility in the continuation of global structures of oppression and domination. View this paper.
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