Policy & Practice - A Development Education Review

 

 

issue28
The Development, Conflict and Security Nexus: Theory and Practice
Spring 2019

Guest Editorial: The Development, Conflict and Security Nexus: Development Education as Peace-Building

Gerard McCann

Since the end of World War Two there have been an estimated 250 significant conflicts around the world, which have cost the lives of over 50 million people and caused hundreds of millions of highly vulnerable people to be driven into exile.  This widespread conflict also carries with it secondary contiguous effects such as impoverishment, forced migration and intercommunal tension often accompanied by xenophobia.

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