Rwanda Dreaming ebook: education edition
Twenty years after the 1994 genocide, Rwandans are creatively shaping a country and society that is uniquely their own.
Using beautifully presented data, stories and photography, Rwanda Dreaming looks at the nuts and bolts of re-building human wellbeing after conflict. It explores Rwanda’s solutions in justice, health, education, poverty, social cohesion and the environment.
It’s available in two versions: EPUB 3 (compatible with Apple iBooks and Adobe Digital Editions for Windows and Mac OS) and interactive PDF (compatible with Adobe Reader). After you checkout, PayPal will return you to RwandanStories, where you’ll be provided with download links for each version. You’ll also receive an email with the download links.
WRITTEN FOR THE AUSTRALIAN YEAR 10 GEOGRAPHY CURRICULUM
This Education Edition includes a wide range of individual and group student activities. It’s aimed at senior secondary students and has been written to fit well with the Australian Year 10 Geography curriculum (Human Wellbeing unit). It includes regional comparisons with Australia, especially indigenous Australia, and post-genocide Cambodia.
In stable societies, human wellbeing can be a fuzzy concept. By using the case study of a country forced to re-build from scratch, Rwanda Dreaming shows how dynamic the elements of human wellbeing can be in people’s lives. This young, engaged and forward-looking population will encourage students to think creatively about their own human environments and the possibilities for equitable and sustainable development on our shared planet.
COMPATIBILITY WITH EBOOK READERS
ePub3 format recommended reader software: Apple iBooks, Adobe Digital Editions for Windows and Mac OS (both free)
PDF format: Adobe Reader (free)
Also available in the Standard Edition, without the student and class activities.
ALSO AVAILABLE FROM THE APPLE IBOOKSTORE
Rwanda Dreaming: education edition – David Fullerton
What people are saying
“I really love this book! It’s easy to read, with beautiful graphics and lots of statistics. Covers everything you need to know about contemporary issues in Rwanda.”Laura RurangwaEnvironmental scientist, Rwanda