Welcome to the International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning

An international open-access journal advancing theoretical and empirical understanding of development education and global learning.

This internationally refereed journal is an academic response to the increased public and educational interest in learning and understanding about the wider world. The journal has an internationally renowned editorial board of academics from around the world and will involve civil society bodies and NGOs through specially commissioned articles that review practice in different countries. Published twice a year, in June and December, the journal publishes the outcomes of educational research and current debates on development education, global learning, global education, and global citizenship education. The journal’s purpose is to help advance theoretical and empirical understanding of development education and global learning through a focus on both research and reviewing policy and practice in the field.

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Volume 16 • Issue 1 • 2024

Research article


Reflexivity of participants of Football for Development project: experiential learning as delivery methodology of global education

Lenka Dušková, Simona Šafaříková, Engela van der Klashorst and Arnošt Svoboda

2024-06-27 Volume 16 • Issue 1 • 2024 • 46–61

Global citizenship values among students: testing the thesis with World Values Survey data

Jacques P De Wet, Johann Bacher, Daniela Wetzelhuetter and Chigozie Nnebedum

2024-06-27 Volume 16 • Issue 1 • 2024 • 14–30

Identifying the language of global competence and global citizenship in the education policies of Punjab, Pakistan

Misbah Samar, Karena Menzie-Ballantyne and Miriam Ham

2024-06-27 Volume 16 • Issue 1 • 2024 • 1–12

The potential of collaborative online international learning as a border thinking third space for global citizenship education

Katherine Wimpenny, Lynette Jacobs, Mark Dawson and Cornelius Hagenmeier

2024-06-27 Volume 16 • Issue 1 • 2024 • 29–42