index of articles from the Development Education Journal Vol 5.3 (June 1999) until the last issue Vol. 13.3 (June 2007).
Summary of content discussion for Development Education Journal Vol. 13.3, Responding to Changes in the Global Economy.
Anne Strachan outlines some of the thinking from Manchester Development Education Project's new Social Enterprise project. She explores the political enterprise agenda, what enterprise education means in schools and what development education has to offer (and gain).
Tracey Hutchings and Rosalyn Bilbrough describe a programme which uses the arts to help young people to explore issues of economics and human rights.
Adam Unwin reports on strategies to encourage teachers of Business and Economics to integrate global perspectives in their teaching.
Celia Mather unpicks some of the issues that NGOs need to address when considering whether they should 'engage' with business, exploring 'who', 'how' and 'why'.
Zaria Greenhill raises a potential conflict between education for sustainability methodologies of critical thinking and multiple perspectives
John Stirling describes how the impact of changes in the global economy has led to increasing engagement in development education among trade union members in the UK
Editorial for Development Education Journal Vol. 13.3, Responding to Changes in the Global Economy
Simon Sweeney identifies the role that English plays in economic globalisation