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Issue 33 of Policy and Practice

Issued on

centre for global education


Issue 33 of Policy and Practice has just been published on the theme:

Development Education and Social Justice

The Contents are as follows:


Development Education and Social Justice

Michelle Murphy


Anti-Oppressive Global Citizenship Education Theory and Practice in Pre-School Teacher Education

Shawna M. Carroll

Empowering Teachers as Agents of Social Cohesion: Continuing Professional Development in Post-Apartheid South Africa

Joyce Raanhuis

A Proposal for Recalibrating SDG 4.7

Lochlann Atack


Why Opposites Don’t Always Attract: Reflections on Binaries and Their Implications for Decolonising Development Communications and Education

Eilish Dillon

Learning in Predominantly White Spaces: Interrogating Development Education Through Minority Ethnic Student Perspectives

Shiva R. Joyce, Aram Wahhoud, Jacqueline Moreira Da Silva and Chriszine Backhouse

The Foodbank is the Canary in the Coalmine of Neoliberalism

Stephen McCloskey


Remembering Paulo Freire as a Freedom Fighter

Henry A. Giroux

Tenacity of Gender Inequality in South Africa: A Higher Education Perspective

Lwando Mdlenleni, Lindokuhle Mandyoli and Jose Frantz

The Role of Global Citizens in Today’s World

Eric Ehigie

Resource reviews

Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review: Fifteenth Anniversary Special Edition

Review by Susanne Ress

Teaching for Social Justice and Sustainable Development Across the Primary Curriculum

Review by Douglas Bourn

Interdependence Day! Teaching the Sustainable Development Goals Through Drama for All Ages

Review by Norma Lowney

Race, Politics and Pandemic Pedagogy: Education in a Time of Crisis

Review by Stephen McCloskey

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