London Review of Education (LRE) is an international peer-reviewed journal that feature theoretically based research into contemporary education. It discusses all types of education in all contexts – local, national, global – and is committed to multi-disciplinary analysis using a variety of methodologies. The journal interrogates links between research, policy and practice and analyses across key themes in education, including: public goals and policies; pedagogy; curriculum; organization; resources and technology; and institutional effectiveness.

Of particular interest to history and citizenship educators is new article by Priscilla Alderson International human rights, citizenship education, and critical realism and Frank Ubachs article By addressing life trajectories and political violence, human rights education can overcome radicalizing narratives.

The full issue is available online.