Fostering Global Citizenship: A Qualitative Study on Civic Education for Pakistani Students on the Palestine-Israel Conflict through Innovative Pedagogical Approaches


  • Khizar Hayat School Education Department, Government of the Punjab, Pakistan.
  • Asad Ali Manzoor Lecturer, Department of Education, University of Narowal, Punjab, Pakistan.
  • Naveed Tufail School Education Department, Government of the Punjab, Pakistan.



Global Citizenship, Civic Education, Palestine-Israel Conflict, Innovative Pedagogical Approaches


This research endeavors to delve into the effectiveness of civic education in shaping Pakistani students' understanding of the Palestine-Israel conflict, recognizing the imperative role of global citizenship in today's interconnected world. The study aims to go beyond traditional approaches, focusing on innovative pedagogical methods to enhance critical thinking and empathy among students. The complexity of the Palestine-Israel conflict and its global implications underline the necessity of informed perspectives. Pakistani students, like many others globally, often lack a comprehensive understanding of the conflict's historical, political, and cultural dimensions. The qualitative study focuses specifically on the Palestine-Israel conflict, aiming to uncover insights that enhance the educational experience and contribute to the broader dialogue on global citizenship. The research methodology involves a diverse sample, qualitative research methods, and thematic analysis of data. Expected contributions extend to informing curriculum development and teacher training programs, fostering a generation of Pakistani students with a deeper understanding of the Palestine-Israel conflict, and a commitment to global peace and justice. In conclusion, this research endeavors to contribute valuable insights into the realm of civic education, addressing the gaps in understanding of the Palestine-Israel conflict among Pakistani students. The findings may have broader implications for global citizenship education and similar initiatives in comparable contexts.


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Author Biography

  • Khizar Hayat, School Education Department, Government of the Punjab, Pakistan.


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How to Cite

Hayat, K., Manzoor, A. A., & Tufail, N. (2024). Fostering Global Citizenship: A Qualitative Study on Civic Education for Pakistani Students on the Palestine-Israel Conflict through Innovative Pedagogical Approaches. Qlantic Journal of Social Sciences, 5(2), 109-118.

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