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Global Education Digest

New publication the result of major project to produce summary of global education publications.

We are very pleased to announce the publication of the first edition the Global Education Digest, a bibliography of recent published academic and research material relevant to the field of global education. This Digest has been compiled by Development Education Research Centre (DERC) on behalf of Global Education Network Europe (GENE) in the framework of ANGEL activities. 

This edition of the Digest builds on previous Development Education Digests (2010-2015) produced by DERC, and which are available on the DERC website.

The Digest is divided into eight themes/ areas of work, and within each we have identified policy reports, books, academic articles and doctoral research related to global education. The core focus of the Digest is on literature on global education. Selected literature with a focus on related concepts, such as global citizenship, environmental education, and education for sustainable development, has also been included where these have clear links to concerns in global education. 

This edition limits itself to material published since 2015 and in the English language. We are aware that colleagues in other countries have compiled similar bibliographies and annual reviews in other languages (e.g. www.eine-welt-unterrichtsmaterialien.de). We would welcome more information on similar publications as well as suggestions about how connections between them might be built in the future. Suggestions for additions can be sent to directly to Massimiliano Tarozzi.

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The establishment of this network and website has been made possible with funding support from the European Commission.
The activities and publications of the network are the responsibilities of the organisers, the Development Education Research Centre, and can in no way be seen as reflecting the views of the European Commission.