Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review



Breaking Barriers
Spring 2006

Guest Editorial: Editorial

Jordan Harris-Campbell

 Development education emerged in the latter half of the 20th century, paralleling trends in development and international cooperation, including relations between developed and underdeveloped countries. Manuela Mesa’s ‘Background and Contextualization of Development Education’ (2005) provides a comprehensive overview of how development education evolved, broadening its agenda to “promote a better understanding of global interdependence and the structural connection between the North and the South, and between…everyday life and ‘macro issues’ ”.

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