How has the development of intercultural education affected Canada’s indigenous populations
Student: Jessica Trevett
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Dissertation: How has the development of intercultural education affected Canada’s indigenous populations
Dissertation category: Equality & inclusion
Short summary: In what ways has the development of intercultural education aided or hindered the overcoming of colonial control over Canada's indigenous populations?
Detailed summary: Indigenous populations have long been assimilated and their practices generalised, often in light of a Westernised system of control. The education system in place in many countries is uniform and formalised. Canada is one of many countries developing university education focusing on indigenous knowledge and education systems, perhaps overcoming the colonial legacies of cultural assimilation.
University: University of East Anglia
Course: Geography and International Development
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