By Karin Sporre, Jan Mannberg
Education is a societal topic and occurs in terms of societal adjustments. this present day, in lots of nations, it has to grapple with variety and alterations caused by means of migration and adjustments in gender relatives. Questions of values, human rights and the function of religions are raised. during this ebook students from Sweden, Norway, Germany, nice Britain, Canada, Namibia and South Africa talk about the problems above. Similarities in addition to modifications are highlighted. the numerous members have interaction in a North-South discussion. one of the questions addressed are: Can the Scandinavian international locations be understood as extra spiritual than their up to date, possible secularist recognition has led us to think? How perform a little ecu, Muslim, Christian and secular scholars comprehend the non secular schooling they obtain? may possibly a world citizenship schooling, with a gendered realizing as a vital part, be entire? ‘Diversity’ and ‘social justice’: what does it take to theoretically combine those an important parameters in schooling, in South Africa, and in Sweden? The function of spiritual and values schooling less than altering conditions is explored during the various contributions, that still problem the hegemony of a Western figuring out of democracy, between different values. the aim of this can be to evaluate what may perhaps now represent international academic universal ground.
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However, it is important to stress that the large majority of people from a Muslim cultural background are not expressing a strong religious belief. Quite the contrary, many of them are secular or atheist. Hence, it is not possible to view Islam and Muslims as a homogeneous community that speaks with one voice. A large number of Muslim institutions have been set up to facilitate religious, social, cultural and linguistic services to the heterogeneous Muslim community of Sweden. The imams are providing both religious and social services and they have taken on new roles and functions as the society is changing.
In addition, an imam training by the state would necessarily interfere with domestic affairs at the mosques themselves. It may in turn strengthen a development in conflict with democratic values of equality, equity, tolerance and so on. Instead of state incentives, the mosques have to solve what they see as a problem with ‘foreign’ imams. In fact, our survey showed that most of the imams have been here for more than a decade. Finally, Muslim civil society organisations have to control their own bodies, as other faith based organisations have been doing – before approaching the state.
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Values, Religions and Education in Changing Societies by Karin Sporre, Jan Mannberg