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Rebordering Britain & Britons after Brexit

Global learning and Brexit


This article provides a development education perspective on Brexit. It assesses the real and potential impact of Brexit on concepts of globalism and identity, explores how the outcome relates to xenophobia and racism, and examines the implications for the attitudes of young people with regards to global citizenship. The article concludes by outlining how development education has an important role in combating insularity and isolationism in the wake of Brexit whilst addressing some the underlying reasons why many communities opted to vote Leave.


Policy and Practice - A Development Education Review


Douglas Bourn (United Kingdom)

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