Robert Jackson’s recent article ‘Inclusive study of religions and other worldviews in publicly- funded schools in democratic societies’ in a European Research Council funded guidance document, The Future of Religious Education in Europe, is a characteristically concise and informative piece that condenses a career’s wisdom.
Jackson argues in this article, as he has done for some years, that Europe needs education about religions and worldviews as part of intercultural education. Jackson is right. The present crises facing Europe grimly reaffirm the need of intercultural and interreligious understanding.
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