07 SES 10 B, Gender Stereotypes, Sexual Harassment and Discrimination
Representative opinion surveys suggest that the redistributive concept of social justice has been losing ground in Slovakia in the last decades. The share of population believing that decent living conditions should be warranted for all has decreased sharply. Solidarity with the most deprived Slovak Roma population seems to be almost replaced by moral exclusion (Opotow 1990) and calls for a tough hand. In the situation of solidarity twighlight we could only believe with the classic that the school might be the place of collective learning of desire for justice, solidarity and empathy with week and suffering (Durkheim 1973). Paper examines the possibility of Slovak schools to be a place of recovery of solidarity and development of inclusive atmosphere by studying elementary school teachers' understanding of equality and justice, their interventions (and non-interventions) to support more inclusive relations among children and the organisational and policy conditions od Slovak education.
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