- Editor-in-Chief: Human Rights Education Review
- Research development
- Citizenship, human rights and diversity in education seminar series 2010-2017 https://www.hbv.no/forsiden/aktuelt/aktiviteter/citizenship-seminars/
- M.Sc. in Human Rights and Multiculturalism
- PhD programme:Education for social justice in education: human rights and intersectionality
- Education for democratic citizenship
- Human rights education
- Child rights in education
- Multiculturalism and diversity
- Post-conflict education
- Comparative Education
Osler, A. (2016). Human rights and schooling: An ethical framework for teaching for social justice. New York, NY: Teachers College Press, Columbia University.
Osler, A. (2010) Students’ perspectives on schooling. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (2010) Teachers and human rights education. Stoke-on-Trent, UK: Trentham.
Osler, A. (Ed.) (2005) Teachers, human rights and diversity: educating citizens in a multicultural society. Stoke: Trentham.
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (2005) Changing citizenship: Democracy and inclusion in education. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (Eds.) (2005) Citizenship and language learning. Stoke: Trentham in co-operation with the British Council.
Osler, A. & Vincent, K. (2003) Girls and exclusion: Re-thinking the agenda. London: Routledge.
Osler, A., Street, C., Lall, M., & Vincent, K. (2002) Not a problem? Girls and exclusion from school. London: National Children’s Bureau.
Osler, A., & Vincent, K. (2002) Citizenship and the challenge of global education. Stoke: Trentham.
Osler, A., (ed.) (2000) Citizenship and democracy in schools: Diversity, identity, equality. Stoke: Trentham.
Osler, A., & Morrison, M. (2000) Inspecting schools for race equality: OFSTED's strengths and weaknesses. Stoke: Trentham Books, for the Commission for Racial Equality.
Osler, A. (1997) The education and careers of Black teachers: Changing identities, changing lives. Buckingham: Open University Press.
Osler, A. (1996) Learning to participate: Human rights, citizenship and development in the local community. Birmingham: Development Education Centre.
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (1996) Teacher education and human rights. London: David Fulton. (Republished as Routledge Revival 2017)
Osler, A., Rathenow, H.F., & Starkey, H. (Eds.) (1996) Teaching for citizenship in Europe. Stoke: Trentham.
Osler, A. (Ed.) (1994) Development education: Global perspectives in the curriculum. London: Cassell.
McFarlane, C. & Osler, A. (1991) New journeys: Teaching about other places, learning from Kenya and Tanzania. Birmingham: Development Education Centre.
Osler, A. (1989) Speaking out: Black girls in Britain. London: Virago.
Osler, A. (1988) Do it justice: Resources and activities for human rights education. Birmingham: Development Education Centre.
My most recent selected publications (since 2014)
Osler, A. (2018). Human rights education: a project for our common future (editorial). Human Rights Education Review, 1(1): 1-4.
Osler, A. (2018). Reflections on structural inequality, struggle and the meanings of citizenship: a zainichi Korean teacher’s narrative. Multicultural Education Review, 10(1): 52-70. DOI: 10.1080/2005615X.2018.1423541
Osler, A. (2018) Democracy and citizenship: ethno-nationalist or cosmopolitan values? Race Equality Teaching 34(3): 47. DOI: 10.18546/RET.34.3.34
Osler, A. & Lindquist, H. (2018) Rase og etnisitet, to begreper vi må snakke mer om. Norsk Pedagogisk Tidsskrift, 102(1): 26-37. DOI: 10.18261/issn.1504-2987-2018-01-04
Osler, A. & Solhaug, T. (2018) Children’s human rights and diversity in schools: framing and measuring. Research in International and Comparative Education, 13(2): 276-298. DOI: 10.1177/1745499918777289
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (2018). Extending the theory and practice of education for cosmopolitan citizenship. Educational Review, 70(1): 31-40. DOI: 10.1080/00131911.2018.1388616
Solhaug, T. & Osler, A. (2018). Intercultural empathy among Norwegian students: An inclusive citizenship perspective. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 22(1): 89-110. DOI: 10.1080/13603116.2017.1357768
Kitayama, Y., Osler, A. & Hashizaki, Y. (2017). Reimagining Japan and fighting extremism with the help of a superhero: A teacher’s tale. Race Equality Teaching, 34(2): 21-27. DOI: 10.18546/RET.34.2.05
Osler, A. (2017). Citizenship education, inclusion and belonging in Europe: rhetoric and reality in England and Norway. In: J. A. Banks (Ed.), Citizenship education and global migration: Implications for theory, research and teaching. Washington, DC: American Educational Research Association.
Osler, A. (2017). Les perspectives des élèves sur la scolarité: reconsidérer la participation, le pouvoir et les inégalités quotidiennes a l'école. In: P. Haeberli, M. Pagoni & O. Maulini (Eds). La participation des élèves: effet de mode ou nécessite? Paris: L'Harmattan. ISBN: 978-2-343-12622-7
Osler, A. & Yahya, C. (2017) Challenges and complexity in human rights education: teachers’ understandings of democratic participation and gender equity in post-conflict Kurdistan, Iraq, in: M. Bajaj, (Ed.) Human rights education: Theory, research, praxis. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp.119-146.
Osler, A. (2016). National narratives, conflict and consensus: challenges for human rights educators in established democracies, in: C. Lenz, S. Brattland, & L. Kvande (eds.) Crossing borders: Combining human rights education and historical learning. Berlin: Lit Verlag.
Osler, A. (2016) Teaching for cosmopolitan citizenship: two teachers explain how they prepare their students for a world without borders. Educational Leadership, 74(4).42-46 December.
Lindquist, H., & Osler, A. (2015). Navigating race and ethnicity in research: Reflections on working with Norwegian schools. Race Equality Teaching, 33(3), 12-18. DOI: 10.18546/RET.33.3.04
Osler, A. (2015) The stories we tell: exploring narrative in education for justice and equality in multicultural societies. Multicultural Education Review 7(1): 12-25. DOI: 10.1080/2005615X.2015.1048605
Osler, A. (2015) Human rights education, postcolonial scholarship, and action for social justice. Theory and Research in Social Education 43(2): 244-274, DOI: 10.1080/00933104.2015.1034393
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (2015). Education for cosmopolitan citizenship: a framework for language learning. Argentinian Journal of Applied Linguistics 3(2): 30-39.
Osler, A. (2014) Identitet, demokrati og mangfold i skoler: nasjonale og internasjonale perspektive, in: J. Madsen, J. & H. Biseth (eds) Må vi snakke om demokrati? Om demokratisk praksis i skolen. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. pp. 46-62.
Osler, A. (2014) Human rights education and cosmopolitan citizenship: theoretical considerations and their application in differing socio-cultural contexts. Taiwan Human Rights Journal 2 (3): 3-18.
Osler, A. (2014) Human rights, scholarship and action for change, in: Grant, C and Zwier, E. (eds) Intersectionality and Urban Education: Identities, Policies, Spaces & Power. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, pp. 249-265.
Osler, A. (2014) Democracy and diversity in schools: recognising political realities and re-imagining the nation. EWC Statement Series Fourth Issue. Oslo: European Wergeland Centre.
Osler, A. & Lybæk, L. (2014) Educating ‘the new Norwegian we’: an examination of national and cosmopolitan education policy discourses in the context of extremism and Islamophobia. Oxford Review of Education 40 (5): 543-566. DOI: 10.1080/03054985.2014.946896
Starkey, H., Akar, B., Jerome, L & Osler, A. (2014) Power, pedagogy and participation: ethics and pragmatics in research with young people. Research in Comparative and International Education 9 (4): 426-440. DOI: 10.2304/rcie.2014.9.4.426
Press articles since 2014
Burner, T. & Osler, A. (2017) Når Faten møter Siv Jensen. Dagsavisen 9 september. http://www.dagsavisen.no/nyemeninger/n%C3%A5r-faten-m%C3%B8ter-siv-jensen-1.1023437
Osler, A. (2015) Giving voice to the voiceless in Israel. Times Higher Education, 16 July. https://www.timeshighereducation.com/opinion/giving-a-voice-to-the-voiceless-in-israel
Osler, A. (2014) Norway’s quiet revolution. Times Higher Education 17 July. http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/comment/opinion/norways-quiet-revolution/2014481.article
Lindquist, H. Lybaek, L. & Osler, A. (2014) Nasjonsbygging i skolen. Drammens Tidende, 10.
All other articles in scholarly journals
Osler, A. (2013) Bringing human rights back home: Learning from “Superman” and addressing live political issues at school. The Social Studies 104:2, 67-76. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00377996.2012.687408
Osler A. & Yahya, C. (2013) Challenges and complexity in human rights education: teachers’ understandings of democratic participation and gender equity in post-conflict Kurdistan-Iraq. Education Inquiry 4 (1): 189-210. http://www.education-inquiry.net/index.php/edui/article/view/22068
Ahmad, N., Lybaek, L. Mohammed, I. & Osler, A. (2012) Democracy and diversity: teaching for human rights and citizenship in post-conflict Iraqi Kurdistan. Race Equality Teaching 30(3):
Osler, A. & Leung, Y.W. (2011) Human rights education, politics and power. . Education, Citizenship and Social Justice 6 (3): 199-203.
Osler, A. and Zhu, J. (2011) Narratives in teaching and research for justice and human rights. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice 6 (3): 223-235. doi: 10.1177/1746197911417414
Osler, A. (2011) Teacher perceptions of learner-citizens in a global age: cosmopolitan commitments, local identities and political realities. Journal of Curriculum Studies 43 (1): 1-24. DOI: 10.1080/00220272.2010.503245
Osler, A. (2010) Ecole : l’égalité raciale peut-elle être inspectée? Migrations Société 22, 131: 185-200.
Osler, A. et Starkey, H. (2010) Le racisme institutionnel : de l’invention politique à la recherche d’outils. Migrations Société 22, 131: 133-151.
Osler, A. (2009) Testing citizenship and allegiance: policy, politics and the education of adult migrants in the United Kingdom. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice 4 (1): 63-79.
Osler, A. (2009) Patriotism, multiculturalism and belonging: political discourse and the teaching of history. Educational Review 61 (1): 85-100.http://pdfserve.informaworld.com/413931__909483683.pdf
Osler, A. (2009) Citizenship education, democracy and racial justice 10 years on. Race Equality Teaching 27 (3): 21-27.
Osler, A. (2008) Citizenship education and the Ajegbo report: re-imagining a cosmopolitan nation. London Review of Education 6 (1): 9-23.
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (2007) Study on the advances in civic education systems: good practices in industrialized countries. (Translated into Chinese) [Chinese translation], Chinese Journal of Moral Education [China National Institute for Educational Research], (2) 4: 27- 40.
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (2007) Study on the Advances in Civic Education in Education Systems: good practices in industrialized countries [Chinese translation], Education [Journal of Information Center for Social Sciences, Renmin University of China], (8).
Osler, A. (2006) Excluded girls: interpersonal, institutional and structural violence in schooling. Gender and Education 18(6): 571-589.
Osler, A. (2006) Changing leadership in contexts of diversity: visibility, invisibility and democratic ideals. Policy Futures in Education 4(2): 128-144.
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (2006) Education for democratic citizenship: a review of research, policy and practice 1995-2005. Research Papers in Education 21(4): 433-466.
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (2005) Violence in schools and representations of young people: a critique of government policies in France and England. Oxford Review of Education, 31 (2): 195-215.
Tikly, L., Osler, A. & Hill, J. (2005) The Ethnic Minority Achievement Grant: a critical analysis, Journal of Education Policy, 20 (3) 283-312.
Osler, A. (2004) Changing leadership and schools: diversity, equality and citizenship. Race Equality Teaching, 22 (3).
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (2003) Learning for cosmopolitan citizenship: theoretical debates and young people’s experiences, Educational Review, 55 (3) 243-254
Osler, A. (2002) Education for human rights and citizenship in a multicultural society: making a difference. Citizenship, Social and Economics Education, 5 (1) 5-16.
Osler, A., & Morrison, M. (2002) Can race equality be inspected? Challenges for policy and practice raised by the OFSTED school inspection framework. British Educational Research Journal, 28 (3) 327-338.
Osler, A., & Osler, C. (2002) Inclusion, exclusion and children’s rights: a case study of a student with Asperger Syndrome. Journal of Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 7 (1) 35-54.
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (2002) Education for Citizenship: mainstreaming the fight against racism? European Journal of Education, 37 (2) 143-159.
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (2001) Citizenship education and national identities in France and England: inclusive or exclusive? Oxford Review of Education, 27 (2) 287–305.
Starkey, H., & Osler, A. (2001) Language, learning and antiracism: some pedagogical challenges. Curriculum Journal, 12 (3) 313-329.
Carter, C., & Osler, A. (2000) Human rights, identities and conflict management: a study of school culture as experienced through classroom relationships. Cambridge Journal of Education, 30 (3) 335-356.
Osler, A. (2000) The Crick Report: difference, equality and racial justice. Curriculum Journal, 11 (1) 25-37.
Osler, A. (2000) Children’s rights, responsibilities, and understandings of school discipline. Research Papers in Education, 15 (1) 49-67.
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (2000) Intercultural Education and Foreign Language Learning: issues of racism, identity and modernity. Race Ethnicity and Education, 3 (2) 207-221.
Osler, A. (1999) The educational experiences and career aspirations of black and ethnic minority undergraduates. Race Ethnicity and Education, 2 (1) 39-58.
Osler, A., & Hill, J. (1999) Exclusion from school and racial equality: an examination of government proposals in the light of recent research evidence. Cambridge Journal of Education, 29 (1) 33-62.
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (1999) Rights, identities and inclusion: European action programmes as political education. Oxford Review of Education, 25 (1 & 2) 199-215.
Osler, A. (1998) European Citizenship and study abroad: student teachers' experiences and identities. Cambridge Journal of Education, 28 (1) 77-96.
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (1998) Children’s rights and citizenship: some implications for the management of schools. International Journal of Children’s Rights, 6 (4) 1-20.
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (1998) Development, human rights and the teaching of values. Development Education Journal, 4 (2) 5-8.
Osler, A. (1997) Black teachers and citizenship: researching differing identities. Teachers and Teaching, 3 (1) 47-60.
Osler, A. (1997) Teachers' biographies and educational development: a Kenyan case study. International Journal of Educational Development, 17 (4) 361-371.
Osler, A. (1995) Does the National Curriculum bring us any closer to a gender balanced history? Teaching History, 79 21-24.
Osler, A., & Hussain, Z. (1995) Parental choice and schooling: some factors influencing Muslim mothers’ decisions about the education of their daughters. Cambridge Journal of Education, 25 (3) 327-347.
Osler, A. (1994) Education for democracy and equality: the experiences, values and attitudes of ethnic minority students and teachers. European Journal of Intercultural Studies, 5 (1) 23-37.
Osler, A. (1994) UN Convention of the Rights of the Child: some implications for teacher education. Educational Review, 46 (2) 141-150.
Osler, A. (1994) Still Hidden from History? The representation of women in recently published history textbooks. Oxford Review of Education, 20 (2) 219-235.
Osler, A. (1994) Development education in a developing country: a study of curriculum innovation in primary schools. Compare, 24 (1) 79-92.
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (1994) Fundamental issues in teacher education for human rights: a European perspective. Journal of Moral Education, 23 (3) 349-359.
Osler, A. (1993) Education for development and democracy in Kenya: a case study. Educational Review, 45 (2) 163-171.
Osler, A. (1992) New journeys in development education: preparing teachers for a study visit. Educational Review, 44 (1) 59-72.
All other chapters in books
Osler, A. & Yahya, C. (2013). Human rights education in Kurdistan, Iraq: enabling teachers to contribute to processes of gender equality, democracy, development. In: A. Heshmati, A.Dilani & S.M.J. Baban (Eds.) Perspectives in Kurdistan’s Economy and Society in Transition Vol.2. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 433-457.
Osler, A (2012) Citizenship Education and Diversity, J.A. Banks. (Ed) Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education. Sage.
Osler, A (2012) Citizenship Education in Europe, J. A. Banks. (Ed) Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education. Sage.
Osler, A (2012) Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Education, J.A. Banks. (Ed) Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education. Sage.
Osler, A. (2012) Teaching for inclusive citizenship, peace and human rights. In P. Cowan & H. Maitles (eds) The Challenge of Teaching Controversial Issues in the Classroom: Key Issues and Debates. London: Continuum. pp 71-83.
Osler, A. (2012) Higher education, human rights and inclusive citizenship, in: T.N. Basit and S. Tomlinson (eds.) Social inclusion and higher education. Bristol and Chicago, IL: Policy Press. pp 295-312.
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (2011) Vzgoja za demokraticno drzarljanstvo, in: Pikalo, J. (ed) Drzavljanstvo in globa;izacija Ljubljana. . (Slovene translation of Education for democratic citizenship: a review of research, policy and practice 1995-2005. Research Papers in Education 21(4)
Osler, A. (2011) Education policy, social cohesion and citizenship. In Newman, I & Ratcliffe, P. (eds.) From Community to Social Cohesion. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 185-205.
Osler, A. (2010) Patriotism, citizenship and multiculturalism: political discourse and the curriculum. In Grimmitt, M. (Ed) Religious Education and Social and Community Cohesion. Great Wakering, UK: McCrimmons.
Osler, A. (2010) Citizenship and the nation-state: affinity, identity and belonging. In Reid, A., Gill, J. and Sears, A. (2009) (eds.) Globalisation, the Nation-State and the Citizen: dilemmas and directions for civics and citizenship education. London: Routledge.
Osler, A. and Savvides, N. (2009) Teachers’ perceptions of student needs and identities: addressing local, national, European and international dimensions of citizenship and belonging. In: G. Weisseno and V. Eck (eds.) Educating European Citizens. Munich: Waxmann.
Osler, A. (2009) Human rights education and education for democratic citizenship: competing or complimentary agendas? In: C. Mahler, A. Mihr and R. Toivanen (eds.)The United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education and the inclusion of national minorities. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, pp. 55-65.
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (2009) Citizenship Education in France and England: contrasting approaches to national identity and diversity, in: J.A. Banks (Ed) The Routledge International Companion to Multicultural Education (New York, Routledge).
Starkey, H. & Osler, A. (2009) Antiracism, Citizenship, and Education: European ideals and political complacency, in: J.A. Banks (Ed) Routledge International Companion to Multicultural Education (New York, Routledge).
Osler, A. (2008) Human rights education: the foundation of education for democratic citizenship in our global age, in: J. Arthur, I. Davies and C. Hahn (eds.) Handbook of education for citizenship and democracy. London: Sage, pp. 455-467.
Osler, A. and Starkey, H. (2008) Education for cosmopolitan citizenship, in: V. B. Georgi (Ed.) The making of citizens in Europe: new perspectives on citizenship education. Berlin: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (BPB) (German Federal Agency for Civic Education).
Carter, C. and Osler, A. (2008) Human rights, identity and conflict management: a study of school culture as experienced through classroom relationships, in Arthur J, and Davies, I. (eds). Citizenship Education, Volume 4 Action for Citizenship Education. London: Sage, pp. 44-64.
Osler, A. (2006) Multicultural schools and classrooms: using the voices of children and young people to inform policy and practice, in C. Baraldi (Ed.) Education and Intercultural Narratives in Multicultural Classrooms. Rome: Officina Edizioni.
Osler, A. (2006) New directions in citizenship education: re-conceptualising the curriculum in the context of globalization, in A. Moore (Ed.) New Directions in the Curriculum. London: Routledge.
Osler, A. (2005) Migrants with mindsets: the view from below, in: International Institute for Educational Policy (Ed.) International Perspectives on Migrants and Education Policy. Paris: IIEP/UNESCO.
Osler, A. & Hussain, Z. (2005) Educating Muslim girls: do mothers have faith in the state system? In: T. Abbas (Ed.) Muslims in Britain: communities under pressure. London: Zed Books.
Osler, A. (2005) Citizenship, diversity and equality in English schools, in: V. Bénéï (Ed.) Manufacturing Citizenship: education and nationalism in Europe, South Asia and China. London: Routledge.
Osler, A. (2005) Looking to the future: democracy, diversity and citizenship, in: A. Osler (Ed.) Teachers, Human Rights and Diversity: educating citizens in a multicultural society. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham.
Osler, A. (2005) Education for democratic citizenship: new challenges in a globalised world, in: A. Osler and H. Starkey (eds.) Citizenship and Language Learning: international perspectives. Stoke-on Trent: Trentham.
Osler, A. and Osler, C. (2005) Inclusion, exclusion and children’s rights: a case study of a student with Asperger Syndrome: in Rix, J., Simmons, K., Nind, M. and Sheehy, K. (eds.) Policy and Power in Inclusive Education. London: Routledge, pp. 107-
Osler, A. (2004) Exclusion from school: a gendered story of behaviour, in H. Claire (Ed.) Gender and Learning in the School Years 3 -19. London: Association of Teachers and Lecturers.
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (2004) Citizenship education and cultural diversity in France and England, in: J. Demaine (Ed.) Citizenship and Political Education Today. Basingstoke: Palgrave-MacMillan.
Osler, A. (2003) Strengthening democracy: race equality, inspection and cultural change in: Guardians of Race Equality. London: Runnymede Trust.
Osler, A. (2003) Crick Report and the future of multiethnic Britain, in: L. Gearon (Ed.) Learning to Teach Citizenship in the Secondary School. London: Routledge.
Osler, A. (2003 ) Muslim women teachers: life histories, identities and citizenship in: T. Benn and H. Jawad (Eds.) Muslim Women in the United Kingdom and Beyond: experiences and images. Women and Gender: The Middle East and the Islamic World, 2. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
Starkey, H. & Osler, A. (2003) Language teaching for cosmopolitan citizenship in: Brown, K. & Brown, M.(Eds.) Reflections on Citizenship in a multilingual world. London; CILT (The National Centre for Languages).
Osler, A. and Starkey, H. (2002) Learning to live together: young people as cosmopolitan citizens, in: F. Audigier. & N. Bottani, N (Eds.) Education et vivre ensemble. Actes du colloque “La problematique du vivre ensemble dans les curricula”. Learning to live together and curricular content. Geneve: SRED.
Osler, A. (2002) Citizenship education and the strengthening of democracy: is race on the agenda? in: D. Scott and H. Lawson (Eds.) Citizenship, Education and the Curriculum. Westport: Greenwood.
Osler, A. (2001) L’inspection des écoles et l’égalité raciale, in: J. Evanno (Ed.) Le New Labour et l’éducation, Le troisiéme voie mise à l’essai. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
Osler, A. (2001) Learning for active citizenship in Europe; rights, identities and inclusion, in: O. Korsgaard, S. Walters and R. Anderson (Eds.) Learning for Democratic Citizenship. Copenhagen: The National Library of Education, (97-112).
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (2001) Learning for Citizenship: diversity, identity, equality, in: M. Shemmann and Michal Bron Jr (Ed.) Adult Education and Democratic Citizenship IV: papers presented at European Society for Research on Education of Adults Conference in June 2001 in Bochum, Germany, (47-58).
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (2001) Legal perspectives on values, culture and education: human rights, responsibilities and values in education, in: D. Lawton, J. Cairns and R. Gardiner (Eds.) The World Education Year Book 2001: Values, Culture and Education. London: Kogan Page.
Osler, A. & Starkey, H. (2001) Antiracisme et enseignement des langues: quels matériels et quelle pédagogie, in: G. Zarate (Ed.) Langues, xénophobie, xénophobie, xenophile dans une Europe multiculturelle, Paris: CNDP Réseau, 203-215.
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (2000) Citizenship, human rights and cultural diversity, in: A. Osler (Ed.) Citizenship and Democracy in Schools: diversity identity, equality. Stoke: Trentham.
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (2000) Human rights, responsibilities and school self-evaluation, in: A. Osler (Ed.) Citizenship and Democracy in Schools: diversity identity, equality. Stoke: Trentham.
Osler, A. (1998) Human rights, education and racial justice in Britain: rhetoric and reality, in: C. Harber (Ed.) Voices for Democracy: a North-South dialogue on education for sustainable democracy. Ticknell: Education Now. (48-59).
Osler, A. (1998) Conflicts, controversy and caring: young people's attitudes towards children's rights, in: C. Holden and N. Clough (Eds.) Children as Citizens: education for participation in democracies old and new. London: Jessica Kingsley, (113-126).
Osler, A. (1998) Exclusion and racial equality: implications for policy-makers, in: N. Donovan (Ed.) Second Chances: exclusion from school and equality of opportunity. London: New Policy Institute, (36-42).
Osler, A., & Starkey, H. (1997) Enjeux de l’éducation à la citoyenneté démocratique pour la formation des maîtres, in: J. Hénaire (Ed.) Droits de l’Homme et Citoyenneté: des repères pour agir. CIFEDHOP, Geneva, (121-135).
Osler, A. (1996) Citizenship, schooling and teacher education, in: A. Osler, H. F. Rathenow and H. Starkey (Eds.) Teaching for Citizenship in Europe. Stoke: Trentham, (3-14).
Osler, A. (1996) Education for human rights and development in Ethiopia, in: J. Lynch, C. Mogdil and S. Mogdil (Eds.) Education and Development: concepts, approaches and assumptions. London: Cassell, (135-148).
Osler, A. (1996) Continuing in Education, in: J. Ridgwell (Ed.) Schools' Equal Opportunities Casebook. Hobsons: London, (17-18).
Osler, A. (1996) Urban Protest, Citizenship and Human Rights: curriculum responses to local issues, in: A. Osler, H. F. Rathenow and H. Starkey (Eds.) Teaching for Citizenship in Europe. Stoke: Trentham, (73-89).
Osler, A. (1995) Equal opportunities: equal treatment, in: J. Ridgwell (Ed.) Equal Opportunities: a career guide for schools. London: Hobsons, (13-14).
Osler, A. (1994) An Equal Start? Black students and assessment practices in initial teacher education, in: S. Butterfield (Ed.) Qualifying Teachers: Assessing Professional Work. Birmingham: Education Review Publications, (41-49).
Osler, A. (1994) Education for development: redefining citizenship in a pluralist society, in: A. Osler (Ed.) Development Education: global perspectives in the curriculum, (32-49).
Osler, A. (1994) The Challenge of Development Education, in: A. Osler (Ed.) Development Education: global perspectives in the curriculum, (1-8).
Osler, A. (1994) ‘The flavour of the moment’? Bilingual teachers’ experiences of teaching and learning, in: A. Blackledge (Ed.) Teaching Bilingual Children. Stoke: Trentham, (153-168).
Articles in professional journals
Osler, A. (2016) Teaching for cosmopolitan citizenship: two teachers explain how their prepare their students for a world without borders. Educational Leadership, 74(4).42-46 December. .
Osler, A. (2016). Citizenship education, social justice and Brexit. Research Intelligence. British Educational Research Association (BERA).
Osler, A. (2012) Springing into social action, Public Service Review: European Science and Technology 14: 1-2.
Osler, A. (2011) Citizenship education, communities and multiculturalism. British Politics Review 6 (2): 6-7. (Norway) http://www.britishpoliticssociety.no/British%20Politics%20Review%2002_2011.pdf
Osler, A. (2007) Girls and exclusion: why are we overlooking the experiences of half the school population? Education Review Special edition on Valuing Identity and Diversity 20 (2): 77-85.
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Osler, A. (2004) Citizenship to global Kyouiku no Kadai, Kaihatsukyouiku, 49, 20-25.
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