We have produced several research publications during DEEEP4 project by the end of 2015, you can find them all below.
In order to ensure the relevance and quality of these publications, we made sure they were linked with the broader processes which we were working on in the DARE forum and within our advocacy and capacity building work.
If you are looking for an older resource of ours, you can start a search in the online library.
The DEEEP4 publications have been classified into the following 3 categories:
This collection provides research reports and publications which help to contribute to innovation in development education theory and practice. They act as a tool to stimulate greater critical reflection and learning amongst the global education community.
- Catalysing the ‘Shadow Spaces’: Challenging Development Discourse from within the DEEEP Project by Tobias Troll and Amy Skinner in Policy&Practice, 2013.
- Development Education and Education in International Development Policy: Raising Quality through Critical Pedagogy and Global Skills by Amy Skinner, Nicolas Blum and Douglas Bourn in Internationl Development Policy, 2013.
- Journeys to Citizen Engagement: Action Research with Development Education Practitioners in Portugal, Cyprus and Greece co-written by Amy Skinner and Sandra Oliveira with contributions from Kerstin Wittig-Fergeson and Gerasimos Kouvaras, 2014.
- International Volunteering and Development – Learning to be a Global Citizen by Amy Skinner, Dr Eleanor Brown, Mark Griffiths, Kristina Kontzi and Maria Koleth – Conference session report from the 2014 EADI General Conference, session organised by the “Global learning meets development” working group – Published in the “Voluntaris” Journal, 2014.
- Monitoring Education for Global Citizenship: A Contribution to Debate by Harm-Jan Fricke and Cathryn Gathercole with contributions from Amy Skinner, 2015 [online reading version]
- Reconceptualising global education from the grassroots: the lived experiences of practitioners by Amy Skinner and Matt Baillie Smith, 2015.
This collection provides a space to present and reflect on new lines of thinking within the field of development education. The publications are ‘thinkpieces’ which are personal, provocative and intended to inspire further debate and discussion on a particular theme. Our thinkpieces targets predominantly development education practitioners and researchers, as well as anyone interested in the transformative potential of education and learning.
- The stories we tell ourselves, by Rene Susa, 2014. The French version is available: Ces histoires que nous inventons.
- Transformation – Reflection on theory and practice of system change, by Johannes Krause, 2015.
- From the aims to the achievements of development education: stumbling blocks on the way to political transformation, by Barbara Riek, 2015. The original German version is also available Zwischen Zielen und Zielerreiching Stolpersteine auf dem Weg zu politischem Wandel.
This collection explores new ways of weaving global education into the daily practice of various stakeholders. The publications aim to reach a broader audience such as civil society organisations or active citizens, who are interested in global justice and global citizenship and are seeking inspiration to put these concepts into practice.
- The Barefoot Guide n°4 – Exploring the real work of social change, by the Barefoot Guide Connection, 2015. [Issuu version]
- Mission impossible? Creating a monitoring framework for Education for Global Citizenship, by Amy Skinner in the VHS – DVV International Journal “Adult Education and Development“, n°82, 2015.
- Transformational communications for global justice. Reframing Toolkit, by PIRC and DEEEP, 2015.
- Contribution to “The numbers” campaign, including a video and a website, by a coalition of CSOs coordinated by the Smart CSOs Lab, 2015.
- The space between stories – final evaluation of DEEEP4, by its critical friend Johannes Krause, 2015.