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Citizen 21

David Alton

Citizen 21

David Alton

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In his new role as Professor of Citizenship at John Moores University, Liverpool, Lord David Alton has collected the speeches of many eminent visiting speakers covering a wide range of issues. The speakers discuss the dignity of the individual, the rights and responsibilities of citizens, solving social problems, education and the role of government. They also speak of the values held by individuals and communities, including Christian beliefs and spirituality. Contributors include* - Martyn Lewis - Dame Shirley Williams - Martin Bell, MP - Ann Widdecombe, MP - Stephen Dorrell, MP - Chief Rabbi, Jonathan Sacks

- Publisher "In Citizen 21 major figures in public life speak out on the live issue of citizenship in a remarkable collection of speeches compiled by Lord David Alton." "Citizenship is the buzz-word of our times and the subject is now included in the National Curriculum. The questions raised need urgent answers. What are the values and beliefs that undergird our thinking on the role of the individual and society? Citizen 21 explores rights and responsibilities, the solving of social problems, education and the role of government."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

- Publisher This agenda for the 21st century collects speeches from figures in public life on the subject of citizenship. They discuss the dignity of the individual, their rights, education and the role of government, as well as values, beliefs and spirituality.

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About "Citizen 21"

In his new role as Professor of Citizenship at John Moores University, Liverpool, Lord David Alton has collected the speeches of many eminent visiting speakers covering a wide range of issues. The speakers discuss the dignity of the individual, the rights and responsibilities of citizens, solving social problems, education and the role of government. They also speak of the values held by individuals and communities, including Christian beliefs and spirituality. Contributors include* - Martyn Lewis - Dame Shirley Williams - Martin Bell, MP - Ann Widdecombe, MP - Stephen Dorrell, MP - Chief Rabbi, Jonathan Sacks
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"In Citizen 21 major figures in public life speak out on the live issue of citizenship in a remarkable collection of speeches compiled by Lord David Alton." "Citizenship is the buzz-word of our times and the subject is now included in the National Curriculum. The questions raised need urgent answers. What are the values and beliefs that undergird our thinking on the role of the individual and society? Citizen 21 explores rights and responsibilities, the solving of social problems, education and the role of government."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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This agenda for the 21st century collects speeches from figures in public life on the subject of citizenship. They discuss the dignity of the individual, their rights, education and the role of government, as well as values, beliefs and spirituality.
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Meet the Author

David Alton

Lord Alton has had a distinguished career as a campaigning MP, both in the Commons and now in the House of Lords. He helped found the All-Party Street Children Group, the Movement for Christian Democracy, Jubilee Campaign and the All Party Parliamentary Committee on North Korea. He has written books on a range of ethical and human rights issues.

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  • Catalogue Code 159296
  • Product Code 0002740680
  • EAN 9780002740685
  • Pages 240
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Media/culture
  • Publisher Harper Collins Australia
  • Publication Date Feb 2001
  • Dimensions 234 x 153 x 19 mm
  • Weight 0.318kg

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