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5.3 EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES, *training, *pedagogy, *didactics
The term ‘Trade War’ has re-entered the lexicon of international and global geopolitics in recent times. International trade has a significant bearing not just on the economic life of countries but on their citizens, their societies and cultures too. Trade impacts on citizens, not just corporations. It is therefore not simply the preserve of economists and the business community, it is the business of political representatives, sociologists, environmentalists (increasingly) and educators also.
Mc Glynn (2018) Canada EU Trade Agreement CETA: For Corporations or Citizens. Higher Education as a Universal Space for Critical Discussion and Debate, Universal Design & Higher Education in Transformation Congress 30th October -2nd November 2018, Dublin Castle