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dc.identifier.citationBriffa, C. (1992). Peace defence in human minds. In: S. J. A. Clews (ed.), The Malta Year Book 1992. Malta: De La SaIle Brothers Publications, pp. 425-433.en_GB
dc.description.abstractEducation is a permanent process and a person learns throughout his lifetime. There is, therefore, a need for continuing the education of the labour force and this has its own corollary, that the individual worker has the right to be continuously educated throughout his career. Before proceeding we have to attempt a clarification of what workers' education implies. Educators often reflect upon the significance, aims and purpose of their work. A worker educator has to be aware that any educational activity among adults must involve learning for a social purpose. The well-informed citizen will participate fruitfully in social action, thus strengthening democratic attitudes and values through his participative learning. [excerpt]en_GB
dc.publisherDe La SaIle Brothers Publicationsen_GB
dc.subjectContinuing education -- Maltaen_GB
dc.subjectEmployees -- Training of -- Maltaen_GB
dc.subjectEducation -- International cooperationen_GB
dc.subjectEducation -- Aims and objectivesen_GB
dc.titlePeace defence in human mindsen_GB
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dc.contributor.creatorBriffa, Charles-
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