6 HM841 Cha (emeritus, philosophy education for democracy, Seoul National U.
What does EFD stand for?
EFD stands for Education for Democracy (AEGEE)
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We have 74 other meanings of EFD in our Acronym Attic
- Electronic Flow Control Valve
- Entente Football Châtaigneraie Veinazes (French football club)
- Étoile Football Club de Villefagnan (French football club)
- European Forum for Child Welfare
- Evangelical Free Church of Walnut (Walnut, CA)
- Earliest Finish Date
- Early Failure Detection
- Eat Flaming Death
- Écoles de Formation de Disciples (French: School of Discipleship)
- Edinburg Fire Department (New York State)
- Electric Field Domain
- Electricity Fuel Dispatch (DOE, NEMS)
- Electronic Fill Device
- Electronic Flight Display
- Electronic Forms Designer (Microsoft)
- Electronic Fuel Display (aviation)
- Emergency Flotation Device (various organizations)
- Employers' Forum on Disability (UK)
- Engine Fuel Display
Samples in periodicals archive:
Shlomo Fischer is the Founding Director of Yesodot- Center for Torah and Democracy which is dedicated to education for democracy, tolerance and the rule of law in the State Jewish Orthodox school system.
By FAISALABAD, April 13, 2010 (Frontier Star): A one-day training workshop titled Community Education for Democracy and Human Rights was organized by Association of Women for Awareness and Motivation (AWAM) in collaboration with Taiwan Foundation for Democracy (TFD), which was joined by 27 participants from different schools of thought.
The Center for Civic Education's Civitas International Program administers Project Citizen and other education for democracy programs in more than 65 countries.
With their specialized knowledge of the Constitution and the justice system, attorneys and judges bear a special responsibility to participate in education for democracy efforts.
It should also be the occasion for a broader commitment, and that means restoring education for democracy to its central place in school.
It seems clear, however, that universities must assert their responsibility to help shape secondary education and provide adequate education for democracy within their own walls.
00 Adult education for democracy, social justice and a culture of peace : proceedings of the joint international conference of the Adult Education Research Conference (AERC) and the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE), l'Association canadienne pour l'etude de l'education des adultes (ACEEA) (23rd National Conference).