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  • Title: Development Education Without Borders - Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review
    Descriptive info: .. Archive.. Editorial Group.. Contact.. Current Issue.. About.. Notes for Contributors.. Search.. Search this site:.. ISSUE 17 - Development Education Without Borders.. ISSUE 16 - A Critical Analysis of North-South Educational Partnerships in Development Contexts.. ISSUE 15 - Reimagining Development Education for a Changing Geopolitical Landscape.. ISSUE 14 - Creating New Economic Paradigms: The Role of Development Education.. ISSUE 13 - The Shifting Policy Landscape of Development Education.. ISSUE 12 - Professionalisation and Deradicalisation of Development Education.. ISSUE 11 - Monitoring Evaluation.. ISSUE 10 - Innovations in Development Education.. ISSUE 9 - Development Education in Action.. ISSUE 8 - Public Awareness.. VIEW FULL ARCHIVE.. Subscribe to our mailing list.. E-mail:.. *.. Policy Practice: A Development Education Review.. is a bi-annual, peer reviewed, open access journal published by the Centre for Global Education and funded by Irish Aid.. Launched in 2005,.. Policy and Practice.. has a growing international readership.. In 2012, the journal web site received 85,000 vistors from 185 countries with particularly high numbers of readers found in Australia, Britain, Ireland, North America, The Philippines, India and South Africa.. The journal aims to celebrate and promote good practice in development education and to debate the shifting policy policy context in which it is delivered.. is informed by values such as social justice, equality and interdependence and is based on the Freirean concept of education as an agent of positive social change.. We hope you find the journal  ...   and practice of development education, development and civil society.. The post-2015 framework, in particular, will influence policies towards the development education sector for many years to come.. Core development education concerns participative approaches to decision-making and civil society; universal approaches to global problems of inequality, sustainability, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights.. Full article.. Frank Geary.. Focus.. Putting the Politics Back In: Radical Education and Action in the Cause of Social Justice.. John Hilary.. Education About, For, As Development.. Mags Liddy.. Education for Sustainable Development and Political Science: Making Change Happen.. Hugh Atkinson and Ros Wade.. Without Borders: Fostering Development Studies in Social Work.. Linda Briskman, Alexander Jarema, Stephanie Kuek and Jennifer Martin.. Perspectives.. Catalysing the Shadow Spaces : Challenging Development Discourse from within the DEEEP Project.. Tobias Troll and Amy Skinner.. Viewpoint.. Mythical Fears: Development NGOs and Public Criticism.. Sunit Bagree.. Stereotyping the Poor: Why Development Educators Need to Challenge the Myths of Austerity.. Stephen McCloskey.. Resource reviews.. Education that Matters: Teachers, Critical Pedagogy and Development Education at Local and Global Level.. Benjamin Mallon.. Consolidating Timor-Leste.. Paul Hainsworth.. King Leopold s Ghost: A Story of Greed, Terror and Heroism in Colonial Africa.. Policy.. 2013 Centre for Global Education.. created by.. BOOM Interactive.. ISSN: 2053-4272.. This project is supported by Irish Aid.. The ideas, opinions and comments within this publication are entirely the responsibility of its author(s) and do not necessarily represent or reflect Irish Aid policy..

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  • Title: Archive - Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review
    Descriptive info: ISSUE 7 - Development Education and Research.. ISSUE 6 - Education for Sustainable Development.. ISSUE 5 - The Changing Landscape of Development Education.. ISSUE 4 - Voices from the Global South.. ISSUE 3 - Global Citizenship.. ISSUE 2 - Breaking Barriers.. ISSUE 1 - Reflections and Projections..

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  • Title: Editorial Group - Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review
    Descriptive info: Anne Kinsella.. Currently librarian at Kimmage Development Studies Centre.. Previous experience Trocaire and the Public Library sector.. Interests include disabiliity access issues and development in Eastern Europe.. Audrey Bryan.. Audrey Bryan lecturers in Sociology and Citizenship Education on the Humanities and Education programmes in St.. Patrick's College, Drumcondra.. She has led a number of research projects on Global Citizenship Education and has published nationally and internationally in the fields of Intercultural education and international development.. Her most recent work examines representations of international development and development education practice in schools, and a study of critical media literacy in the context of Teacher Education.. Audrey serves on the National Council of the Irish Development Education Association.. Carlos Bruen.. Carlos Bruen is a researcher on the Global Health Initiatives in Africa project at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI).. This project, a part of the Global HIV/AIDs Initiavites Network (GHIN) and involving researchers from 21 countries, is examining the impact global health initiatives (GHIs) are having on the health systems of countries in receipt of health funding.. Recently, Carlos and colleagues at RCSI were also part of the collaborative group working on the WHO Maximising Positive Synergies between GHIs and Health Systems project.. Activities of this group include: a Lancet publication, Interactions between global health initiatives and country health systems The Lancet, Vol 373, No.. 9681; a WHO country-case study report submitted to health ministers at the recent G8 meeting in Italy; and a WHO-commissioned systematic review of existing evidence on GHIs-country health system interactions.. Prior to joining RCSI, Carlos worked for a number of years in the Equality Studies Centre, UCD School of Social Justice, where he coordinated or contributed to modules on global justice, gender and development, equality and the media, and research methodology.. He is also a PhD candidate at the Institute of Social Psychology, LSE, conducting research on the social representations of international development in Ireland.. Gerard McCann.. Gerard McCann is a Senior Lecturer and Module Co-ordinator in European Studies at St Mary s University College, A College of Queen  ...   book is The Extreme Right in Western Europe (Routledge, 2008).. He was formerly a member of the One World Centre s Management Board (currently the Centre for Global Education), and has served on the Editorial Group for Policy and Practice since its inception in 2005.. Sarah Hunt.. Sarah Hunt recently completed her doctoral studies at the Centre for Peace and Development at the University of Limerick on the politics of the Poverty Reduction Strategy processes in Latin America, funded by the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (IRCHSS).. Prior to this Sarah spent a number of years working with Trócaire in Central America, and as an ODI Fellow in the Ministry of Finance in Tanzania.. Stephen McCloskey is the Managing Editor of.. and Director of the Centre for Global Education.. He has extensive experience of managing and delivering global education projects, strategic planning, advocacy and monitoring / evaluation.. His publications include.. The East Timor Question: The Struggle for Independence from Indonesia.. (IB Tauris, 2000, with Paul Hainsworth) and.. From the Local to the Global: Key Issues in Development Studies.. (Pluto Press, London and New York, 2003.. with Gerard McCann; 2.. nd.. edition published in August 2009).. He has commissioned several research projects on global education practice and regularly collaborates with development education networks and organizations both locally and internationally.. Su-ming Khoo.. Su-ming Khoo is a lecturer in the School of Political Science and Sociology at NUI Galway.. Her research interests are in globalisation, development theory and political economy of development, with an emphasis on alternative approaches within the broad frame of human development.. She has a special interest in issues of culture, decolonization, environment, democratization and knowledge advocacy within the political economy of development.. Recent published work includes articles and book chapters on rights, development and Millennium Development Goals, citizenship and development and development education, in publications including.. Policy and Practice, Trocaire Development Review,.. and.. Globalization, Citizenship and the War on Terror.. (2007).. She is currently Project Leader of the Development Education and Research Network at NUI Galway:.. www.. nuigalway.. ie/dern..

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  • Title: Contact - Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review
    Descriptive info: You can leave a message using the contact form below.. Your name:.. Organisation:.. Your e-mail address:.. Phone number:.. Category:.. - Please choose -.. General enquiries.. Suggestions for the journal.. Submit an article abstract.. Comments on the journal.. Subject:.. Message:..

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  • Title: About - Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review
    Descriptive info: Jump to:.. About the journal.. |.. About the project.. About the CGE.. About our funders.. has been the Centre for Global Education s flagship publication since its launch in 2005.. It has moved from a hard copy format to digital online publication with Issue 9 in Autumn 2009.. It is published biannually, and aims to provide a space for practitioners to critically reflect on their practice and discuss the main challenges faced by practitioners such as funding, evaluation and monitoring practice.. The journal features in-depth contributions on aspects of global education practice such as research, methodologies, monitoring and evaluation, the production of resources, enhancing organisational capacity, strategic interventions in education, and sectoral practice.. The journal aims to share research findings, update academics and practitioners on policy developments, celebrate and promote existing good practice in global education, inform the work of practitioners in development education and related adjectival education organisations and to promote global education within the statutory education sector in Ireland.. ^ top.. Building Capacity in the Development Education Sector in Ireland.. is an Irish Aid-supported capacity-building project in the North and South of Ireland with the aim of enhancing practice, improving communication and strengthening capacity in the development education sector.. It also aims to increase opportunities for reflection on practice and networking among practitioners.. The project consists of three key activities:.. a biannual development education journal:.. Policy Practice: a development education review.. ;.. an annual conference;.. and two development education seminars per annum.. Each component was organised to attract the widest possible spectrum of development and development education practitioners and academics, through conference workshops, seminar discussion topics and journal themes.. The conference provides practitioners with a day-long event to network with others and debate current development education practice.. The seminars are shorter, more in-depth events that serve as a launch for each issue  ...   countries which are prevalent in our society.. It aims to use education as a means of challenging the causes of poverty and inequality in both local and global contexts by working with all sectors of education.. In addition to the.. project, the Centre for Global Education also delivers the.. Making Connections Project.. , which delivers a new accredited training programme for the ethnic minority sector on global education, and houses the.. Global Dimension in Schools Northern Ireland.. project, which supports teachers in Northern Ireland to deliver the Northern Ireland Curriculum by incorporating global perspectives into their learning areas.. The Centre houses the only designated library on international development issues in the north of Ireland and provides resources for schools, the tertiary sector, youth organisations, black and minority ethnic groups and other key sectors in civil society.. The Centre s resources can be accessed through library membership.. For more information about the Centre for Global Education and its projects, please visit the Centre for Global Education website: www.. centreforglobaleducation.. com.. Irish Aid is the Government of Ireland s programme of assistance to developing countries.. The overarching objective of Irish Aid is the reduction of poverty, inequality and exclusion in developing countries.. Irish Aid believes that it is also important that people have an awareness and understanding of global development challenge beyond just an awareness and understanding of what the Government is doing to combat international development issues.. To this end, the Development Education Unit of Irish Aid was developed in 2003.. The Development Education Unit provides support for development education which has a crucial role in enlarging public understanding of development issues and which introduces the integration of development education into the education system in Ireland.. For more information about Irish Aid and the Development Education Unit, please visit the Irish Aid website:.. irishaid.. gov.. ie..

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  • Title: Notes for Contributors - Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review
    Descriptive info: Policy Practice.. is a biannual online journal published by the Centre for Global Education.. It aims to facilitate reflection and discourse on global education practice in Ireland and to enhance communication and strengthen capacity in the global education sector.. The journal intends to celebrate and promote good practice in global education and to inform the work of practitioners in the formal and non-formal education sector.. The journal features in-depth contributions on aspects of global education practice such as methodologies, monitoring and evaluation, resources and training, enhancing organisational capacity, strategic interventions in education and sectoral practice.. Each issue has a theme which will be addressed by  ...   discussion features (Viewpoints), and resource reviews (Reviews).. In addition to the regular calls for contributors, we invite articles on any topic relating to development education.. We ask that you submit a précis of the proposed article to the Editor and it will be given due consideration for publication in a relevant issue.. Briefs for Contributors.. Focus articles.. Perspective articles.. Viewpoint articles.. Please send your articles to:.. Stephen McCloskey,.. Centre for Global Education,.. 9 University Street, Belfast BT7 1FY.. Email:.. stephen@centreforglobaleducation.. Tel: (0044) 2890 241879.. Please do not hesitate to contact the Editor if you have any questions regarding these guidelines or the journal in general:..

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  • Title: A Critical Analysis of North-South Educational Partnerships in Development Contexts - Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review
    Descriptive info: 16.. A Critical Analysis of North-South Educational Partnerships in Development Contexts.. Spring 2013.. This special issue of.. was conceived with the intention of critically analysing the process of North-South educational partnerships in development contexts.. Many Irish and Southern higher education institutes (HEIs) have, particularly in the past decade, invested heavily in educational partnerships for development, both in terms of finance and personnel, but also in intellectual and academic terms.. However, there is a dearth of critical reflection and analysis on North-South educational partnerships, based on national and international experiences gleaned to date.. The importance of partnership is articulated in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the eighth of which calls for the establishment of a global partnership for development.. This prominence was later  ...   Wyness.. Micro-Development Initiatives and the Potential Role for Higher Education Institutions.. Past and Current Experiences of Higher Education Partnership Approaches within the wider context of Development Cooperation with Africa.. Peter McEvoy.. Strengthening Research in African Universities: Reflections on Policy, Partnerships and Politics.. Jonathan Harle.. Futures Oriented Development Research: An Irish-African Partnership-based Foresight Exercise.. Ronaldo Munck et al.. The Southern Perspective of the North-South Educational Partnership in Improving the Quality of Teacher Education: The Case of Lesotho College of Education.. John N.. Oliphant.. Travelling Down Under: Dismantling the Global South.. Fiona Beals.. Southern Theory: The Global Dynamics of Knowledge in Social Science.. International Education: Educating for a Global Future.. Jennifer Watson.. Democratic Citizenship in Schools: Teaching Controversial Issues, Traditions and Accountability.. Roisin Boyle..

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  • Title: Reimagining Development Education for a Changing Geopolitical Landscape - Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review
    Descriptive info: 15.. Reimagining Development Education for a Changing Geopolitical Landscape.. Autumn 2012.. DE and the Changing Geopolitics of Development.. Ideas of change have always been central to development education (DE), but it is less clear whether DE itself responds well to change.. As individuals, communities, regions and nations in Europe face brutal austerity measures and growing marginalisation, as citizens in North Africa struggle and suffer in seeking to alter their political systems, as some countries of the global South begin to flex new economic and geopolitical muscle, and as poor communities already feel the effects of climate change, it is not always clear if or how DE is responding to this changing landscape.. The relatively small number of DE practitioners and researchers, the scarcity of resources and fragility of programmes and projects in the face of government cuts or changes to non-governmental organisation (NGO) policy, are more likely to encourage a retreat to familiar  ...   Degree Programme in Ireland.. Anne M.. Dolan.. Reviewing Development Education: A Discourse Analysis of Non-Curricular Development Education Resources in Ireland.. Richard Scriven.. Back to the Future: Engaging Returned Volunteers in Development Education.. Grainne O Neill.. Call to Action: A European Development Education Strategy.. Rilli Lappalainen.. Global Health and Second-level Education in Ireland: An active learning approach.. Nadine Ferris France, Fiona Larkan, Ashton Porter and Brendan Shelly.. Beyond the Indignation: Spain s Indignados and the Political Agenda.. Carlos Delclós and Raimundo Viejo.. Enhancing Research Capacity in Africa: A SWOT analysis of the International Doctorate in Global Health.. Ogenna Uduma et al.. Aid, NGOs and the Development Sector: is it time for a new direction?.. Learning to Read the World? Teaching and Learning about Global Citizenship and International Development in Post-Primary Schools.. Fionnuala Waldron.. Development Policy of the European Union.. Disability and Development: A DVD-based learning resource for Key Stage 3 and 4.. Ruth Doggett..

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  • Title: Creating New Economic Paradigms: The Role of Development Education - Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review
    Descriptive info: 14.. Creating New Economic Paradigms: The Role of Development Education.. Spring 2012.. Introduction.. Development education (DE) has always operated on the interface between the local and the global.. The primary beneficiaries of DE practice are largely located in local education sectors, formal and informal, with the content of education programmes mostly focusing on global issues.. However, recent discourse in development education has signalled a growing concern in the sector that practitioners should be questioning the development process at home as well as interrogating social justice and equality issues overseas.. Mags Liddy, for instance, has suggested that:.. [W]e as the development education sector need to think of the local connections in our messages.. Much of the focus of  ...   Justice: Drawing lessons from the global South in Development Education in Ireland.. Nessa Ní Chasaide.. The Elephant in the Room: Towards a Discourse on Development Education and Corporate Power.. Andy Egan.. Economic Alternatives for Gender and Social Justice: Voices and Visions from Latin America.. Patricia Muñoz Cabrera.. The Times they are a Changing: What Role for Development Education in Times of Economic Crisis.. Ruth Doggett and Fleachta Phelan.. Occupy Development Education.. Alan Hayes and Eimear McNally.. The Importance of Translation Studies for Development Education.. Anna Bernacka.. Teaching Global Perspectives: Introducing Student Teachers to Development Education.. Sally Inman.. Chocolate Nations: Living and Dying for Cocoa in West Africa.. Neil Alldred.. Human Rights Education: Reflections on Theory and Practice..

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  • Title: The Shifting Policy Landscape of Development Education - Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review
    Descriptive info: 13.. The Shifting Policy Landscape of Development Education.. Autumn 2011.. The contributions in this issue of.. provide reflections on the state of development education and recent policy shifts in the UK and Ireland.. This issue revisits the theme of the changing policy landscape, a theme initially covered in Issue 5, in 2007.. At that point, the time seemed right to reflect upon a decade or so of great constructive change, increased government commitments and greater policy engagement.. The policy environment for development education became more strongly linked with official aid policy after the UK and Irish governments issued White Papers on International Development.. Substantial government funding and broad support for development education followed, resulting  ...   From Learning about Development to Critical Global Pedagogy.. Douglas Bourn.. The Meaning of Partnership in Development: Lessons for Development Education.. Fiona Bailey Anne M.. Dolan.. Challenges and Considerations for Embedding an African Perspective in Development Education.. Caroline Murphy.. The Department for International Development s Approach to Development Education.. Stephen O Brien.. International Development in a Northern Ireland Policy Context.. Conall McDevitt.. Mapping the Past, Charting the Future: A Review of Development Education Research in Ireland and its Implications for the Future.. Annette Honan.. Policy and Purpose: Where Next for Global Learning?.. Cathryn Gathercole.. Cuba s Model of Development: Lessons for Global Education.. The Economics of Happiness.. Henrike Rau.. The Pipe.. Sean Byers.. Inside Job..

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  • Title: Professionalisation and Deradicalisation of Development Education - Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review
    Descriptive info: 12.. Professionalisation and Deradicalisation of Development Education.. Spring 2011.. Washing one's hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless means to side with the powerful, not to be neutral (Paulo Freire, 1921-1997).. This issue of.. is devoted to the theme of Professionalisation and Deradicalisation of.. Development Education and is centrally concerned with a number of paradoxes and contradictions that characterise the field in an era of neo-liberal shaped globalisation.. It addresses, in particular, the question of why the development education sector endorses, tacitly or otherwise, the very ideologies and political-economic arrangements that are responsible for producing or exacerbating conditions of poverty and injustice, while simultaneously encouraging people to take action against this poverty and injustice? It asks: What are the implications of retaining a politically detached stance on crucial policy issues that  ...   of development education in the United Kingdom.. Seán Bracken, Gareth Dart Stephen Pickering.. Challenges to practising development education within the context of International Non-Government Organisations (INGOs).. Helen Henderson Grainne O Neill.. One World: Why Irish development educators should court controversy at home.. Andy Storey.. Development education and the global response: Trading purpose for professionalism.. Son Gyoh.. Professional and radical: The role of development education centres in developing civil society participation.. Mary McGillicuddy.. Introducing development education into practical design curricula.. Alan Costello.. History and the development aid debate in the Republic of Ireland.. Kevin O Sullivan.. KODE: Professional development courses for development workers.. Deirdre Healy.. Older voices in development: Making visible the invisible.. Adrienne Boyle.. Why it’s time to look to Latin America.. Education and Climate Change: Living and Learning in Interesting Times.. John Barry..

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