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Could Integrating Development Education into Adult and Community Education Create More Space for Critical Adult and Community Education in Ireland.

@inproceedings{Bailey2011CouldID,
  title={Could Integrating Development Education into Adult and Community Education Create More Space for Critical Adult and Community Education in Ireland.},
  author={N. Bailey},
  year={2011}
}
  • N. Bailey
  • Published 2011
  • Political Science
  • From 2008-2009 the author was commissioned by AONTAS in partnership with Irish Aid to carry out a piece of research which aimed to examine how there could be a strategic focus on the integration of development education, or incorporating a global dimension to learning, into adult and community education in Ireland. It also examined whether or not its usefulness as a process for active global citizenship could be employed as a message to promote development education to adult and community… CONTINUE READING

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