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CGE Publications

Audited Accounts

A full set of the CGE audited accounts for the financial year ending 31st March 2016.


General Publications

Reflections on Development Education, Activism and Social Change.

This article has been published as part of a one year development education project delivered by the Centre for Global Education and funded by Trócaire. It aims to support reflection and debate on how development educators engage the public on international development issues. The article comes on the back of recent research, most notably Oxfam’s Finding Frames report, which suggests that the development sector is struggling to enhance and sustain citizenship engagement on the structural causes of poverty and inequality. The article probes some of the factors that may underpin this lack of engagement both within the development education sector specifically and the wider development sector more generally. It examines some of the challenges involved in engaging learners in actions on global issues. Some of these challenges relate to the sectors and environmental pressures in which development educators operate which can thwart in-depth engagement with learners.


A practical guide to individuals and organisations interested in taking the step from concern about global injustices to action that will change the world for the better. 


Global Learning Programme

An at-a-glance summary of the findings documented in the full version of the Research Report conducted on the impact of the Global Learning Programme in Northern Ireland from 2015 to 2017.


A summary of the findings documented in the full version of the Research Report conducted on the impact of the Global Learning Programme in Northern Ireland from 2015 to 2017.


Research into the Impact of the Global Learning Programme in Northern Ireland 2015-2017.


Updated general information about the Global Learning Programme for schools. 


A research report on the second year of the Global Learning Programme. 


The Global Learning Programme (GLP) is a three-year, formal sector project funded by theDepartment for International (DFID) and managed by the Centre for Global Education (CGE). Theproject aims to increase and improve delivery of global learning in 50% of grant aided primary,secondary and special schools in Northern Ireland.  


Palestine

A report on activities delivered in year one of a three-year project in the Gaza Strip, Palestine, jointly managed by the Centre for Global Education (CGE) and the Canaan Institute for New Pedagogy, a Palestinian NGO based in Gaza. The programme is funded by NIPSA’s Developing World Fund.


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