The Attitude To The "Other" and To Peace in Iranian School Textbooks and Teachers' Guides

The Attitude To The "Other" And To Peace In Iranian School Textbooks And Teachers' Guides

The Attitude to the 'Other' and to Peace in Iranian School Textbooks and Teacher's Guides is an October 2006 publication by the Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education on Iranian textbooks.

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