Capitalism likes us to believe in the steady, inevitable march of progress, from the abacus to the iPad. But the historical record tells of innumerable roads not taken, all of which could have led to better worlds, and still can.
A development education resource designed and written by an international group of authors and educationalists.
Edited by Ciara Regan, Colm Regan and Tony Daly
A letter of sisterhood to Malala Yousafzai expressing the belief that every girl has the right to go to school.
This book challenges common assumptions and the commodification of education. Within a global context it presents a progressive, egalitarian alternative.
Adam Unwin and John Yandell
A clear and accessible explanation of the rise of Islamic State and recent events in the new global war on terror.
Short Story Day Africa presents its annual anthology. The stories explore true and alternative African culture through a competition on the theme of Water.
Slow Fashion: Aesthetics Meets Ethics is a 360-degree view of a fashion world that is changing, from the cotton fields to the cities. It features contributors from campaigners, innovators, fashion influencers and eco concept stores worldwide. Author Safia Minney, MBE, founder of Fair Trade label People Tree and ethical business advocate, invites you on a journey through the flourishing slow fashion movement.
A wild and humourous adventure evoking a sense of wonder and fascination with the natural world, woven with subtle messages of sustainability and self worth.
Schlunke & Polyp
This book breaks down the science behind baby and child parenting approaches to inform and empower readers to adjust their lifestyles in practical ways.
An exploration of the interconnectedness of human life, an unexpected love story, Integrity delves deep into the choices and emotions of a woman trying to change the world, and a man trying to change with her.
Explains and examines globalization from all angles - and explores strategies for redesigning the global economy in the common interest.
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