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Supporting peacebuilding in Syria through universities: The role of cultural heritage

Abdullah, A; Ahmad, W; Alabdullah, SA; Chikhou, R; Mamo, AR; (2020) Supporting peacebuilding in Syria through universities: The role of cultural heritage. Education and Conflict Review , 3 pp. 60-66. Green open access

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Abstract

Syria’s population is made up of a diverse range of ethnicities and religions, as is its cultural heritage. Using a mixed research methodology of interviews and questionnaires to gather data from students and professors of Syrian universities, this article examines the possibility of teaching Syrian heritage within a university curriculum to support the promotion of civil peace in Syria, by foregrounding its diversity.

Type: Article
Title: Supporting peacebuilding in Syria through universities: The role of cultural heritage
Open access status: An open access version is available from UCL Discovery
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Language: English
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Keywords: Universities, Syria, Peacebuilding, Cultural heritage
URI: https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/10109119
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