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13 March, 2003

Popular guide to the law for young people goes European

The eighth edition of the Young Citizen's Passport sports a brand new section on the European Union, helping young people to explore their understanding of their role as European, as well as UK, citizens.

It explains: the development of the European Union, terms used in the media and discussions about Europe, how major European institutions affect the law and government in the UK. The statutory National Curriculum requirements for Citizenship require that students should become informed citizens, develop skills of enquiry and communication and develop skills of participation and responsible action. The Young Citizen's Passport helps to fulfil these requirements and provides: clear explanations of the law and social institutions, practical advice on what to do if things go wrong, a list of useful contacts. How can it be used? The Young Citizen's Passport is ideal for many uses, such as: a resource for staff involved in the delivery of citizenship education, a class resource for Citizenship and PSHE, a guide to give to whole year groups, particularly school leavers, as a handy reference text. Share

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