Dr. Pablo Dalby

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Name: Dr. Pablo Dalby
Country: United Kingdom
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Member type: Early career researcher
Organisation: University of East Anglia
Topics of most interest: Global Education as a whole, Development education, Environmental education, Gender education, Multi- Intercultural, anti-racist education, Social justice education, Sustainable development education
Types of education of most interest: Secondary, Higher education, Adult education, Non formal education, Youth work and direct engagement of young people
Preference for research approach: Theoretical / conceptual research, Empirical research
Preference for research focusing on: Curriculum, Pedagogy, Teacher education
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https://www.linkedin.com/in/pablodalby/

Recent publications:

Dalby, P. (2019) ‘Development education for the privileged: Power and pedagogy in a gap year programme’, presentation at the UCL Institute of Education (IoE) Public Seminar Series, 29 October.

Dalby, P. (2018) ‘Exploring power, privilege and transformative pedagogy in a gap year education programme in South America’, presentation for the School of Education and Lifelong Learning/School of International Development Public Seminar Series, University of East Anglia, 4 May.

Dalby, P. (2016) The Theory and Practice of Development Education: A Pedagogy for Global Social Justice by Douglas Bourn. Reviewed in Progress in Development Studies, 16 (2) 222-224;

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Development Education Research Centre (DERC)
UCL Institute of Education
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