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Conditions for Mutuality and Reciprocity in Development Education Policy and Pedagogy


Abstract

This paper analyses policies that seem to promote mutuality and reciprocity in development education partnerships and pedagogy. It explores challenges to mutuality and reciprocity in global and development education pedagogy in countries in the Global North and proposes that critical literacy and ethical intercultural learning can be a way forward to a renegotiation of ideas of self and other and of power relations between the North and South.

Keywords: DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION, GLOBAL EDUCATION, NORTH-SOUTH RELATIONS, CRITICAL LITERACY, INTERCULTURAL LEARNING

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(2010) “Conditions for Mutuality and Reciprocity in Development Education Policy and Pedagogy”, International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning 3(3), 65–78. doi: https://doi.org/10.18546/IJDEGL.03.3.05

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01 Sep 2010
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