How our ‘Lifeworlds’ influence our values

This article in the Guardian is an example of centrality of our own Lifeworlds to the values we hold and act upon.  This is why the dialogue around values is the mainstay of our work at Lifeworlds Learning:

Sorry, David Cameron, but your British history is not mine

The prime minister is silent about this country’s radical past that inspires me. That’s why talk of unifying ‘British values’ is nonsense

http://gu.com/p/3q5y2

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