Audrey Bryan
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Supporting LGBT lives: a study of the mental health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people
P Mayock, A Bryan, N Carr, K Kitching
Dublin: GLEN, 2009
Climate change education in the context of education for sustainable development: Rationale and principles
Y Mochizuki, A Bryan
Journal of Education for Sustainable Development 9 (1), 4-26, 2015
Learning to read the world? Teaching and Learning about Global Citizenship and International Development in Post-primary Schools.
A Bryan, M Bracken
Irish Aid, 2011
‘You’ve got to teach people that racism is wrong and then they won’t be racist’: Curricular representations and young people’s understandings of ‘race’and racism
A Bryan
Journal of Curriculum Studies 44 (5), 599-629, 2012
Corporate multiculturalism, diversity management, and positive interculturalism in Irish schools and society
A Bryan
Irish Educational Studies 29 (3), 253-269, 2010
The intersectionality of nationalism and multiculturalism in the Irish curriculum: Teaching against racism?
A Bryan
Race Ethnicity and Education 12 (3), 297-317, 2009
Another cog in the anti-politics machine? The'de-clawing'of development education'
A Bryan
Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review 12 (Spring), 1-14, 2011
Drug-related knowledge, attitudes and beliefs in Ireland: report of a nation-wide survey
A Bryan, R Moran, E Farrell, M O’Brien
Drug Misuse Research Division, Health Research Board, 2000
Supporting LGBT lives? Complicating the suicide consensus in LGBT mental health research
A Bryan, P Mayock
Sexualities 20 (1-2), 65-85, 2017
The co-articulation of national identity and interculturalism in the Irish curriculum: educating for democratic citizenship?
A Bryan
London Review of Education, 2008
The promise and peril of education: the teaching of in/tolerance in an era of globalisation
A Bryan, F Vavrus
Globalisation, Societies and Education 3 (2), 183-202, 2005
'The Impulse to Help':(Post) humanitarianism in an era of the'new'development advocacy
A Bryan
International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning, 2013
The reflective practitioner model as a means of evaluating development education practice: Post-primary teachers' self-reflections on'doing'development education.
M Bracken, A Bryan
Policy and Practice-A Development Education Review 11, 22-41, 2010
‘They think the book is right and I am wrong’: Intercultural education and the positioning of ethnic minority students in the formal and informal curriculum
A Bryan, M Bracken
The changing faces of Ireland, 105-123, 2011
Speaking back to dominant constructions of LGBT lives: Complexifying ‘at riskness’ for self-harm and suicidality among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth
A Bryan, P Mayock
Irish journal of anthropology 15 (2), 8-15, 2012
Researching, and searching for, international development in the formal curriculum: Towards a post-colonial conceptual framework
A Bryan
Policy & Practice-A Development Education Review, 2008
Band-aid pedagogy, celebrity humanitarianism, and cosmopolitan provincialism: A critical analysis of global citizenship education
A Bryan
Ethical models and applications of globalization: Cultural, socio-political …, 2012
Queer youth and mental health: What do educators need to know?
A Bryan
Irish Educational Studies 36 (1), 73-89, 2017
Social justice education in initial teacher education: A cross border perspective
A Bryan, M Clarke, S Drudy, T Gallagher, M Hagan, BL McEvoy
School Leadership Policy And Practice North And South, 133, 2011
Mapping the Past, Charting the Future: A review of the Irish Government’s engagement with development education and a meta-analysis of development education research in Ireland
M Fiedler, A Bryan, M Bracken
Dublin: Irish Aid, 2011
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