Understanding international development
Understanding international development

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Understanding international development

Acknowledgements

This course was written by Rebecca Hanlin, Jane Cullen, Masuma Farooki, Hazel Johnson, Julius Mugwagwa and Claudio Velasco.

Except for third party materials and otherwise stated (see terms and conditions [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] ), this content is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 Licence.

The following is from Chapters 2 and 11 in the book International Development in a Changing World (eds Theo Papaioannou and Melissa Butcher) which is part of the series International Development published by Bloomsbury Academic (www.bloomsburyacademic.com) in association with The Open University in 2013. © The Open University.

This publication forms part of The Open University module  TD223 International development: making sense of a changing world.

The material acknowledged below is proprietary and used under licence (not subject to Creative Commons licensing). See terms and conditions. Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following:

Illustrations

Figure 2.1: © Lebrecht Music and Arts Photo Library/Alamy; Figure 2.2: made available by Justin Cormack, under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Licence; Figure 2.3: Baby Milk Action; Figure 11.2: © Farjana K Godhuly/AFP/Getty Images; Figure 11.3 Scott Bauer/United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service; Figure 11.4 © inga spence/Alamy; Figures 11.5 and 11.6: courtesy of Janet Rayner; Figures 11.7a , b and c from: ‘The Triennial Symposium of the International Society for Tropical Crops’, International Society for Tropical Crops.

Text

Case study 1 page 271 Barrientos S., (2007), ‘Global Systems and Decent Work’, ILO Publications; Case Study 3 page 275 BT and the beast, Science and Development Network www.scidev.net, December 20 2006, The content of SciDev.Net is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 licence.; Case Study 4 page 279 (2011) ‘Small Loans, Significant Impact After Success in Poor Countries Grameen Bank Tries New York’, The Washington Post; Case Study 6 page 285 from: ‘The Triennial Symposium of the International Society for Tropical Crops’, International Society for Tropical Crops.

Other proprietary content (not subject to Creative Commons Licensing – unless otherwise stated) appearing in this OpenLearn course.

Activity 5 Week 3: Urban Farming Mission statement  www.urbanfarming.org © Urbanfarming,org;  Peaches & Greens © Rachel Parton;  Runk, D (2009), Grocery truck caters to underserved market, September 3, 2009 © The Associated Press.

Activity 2 Week 4: Indian budget projects economic growth, © BBC www.bbc.co.uk

2.3 Activity 3: Chaudry, P (2010) Unconditional Cash Transfer for the Very Poorest in Central Viet-Nam, What Works for the Poorest, Practical Action Publishing Limited © Practical Action Publishing Limited.

Audio recording: 2.2 Activity 10: Micro Credit: from our own correspondent series broadcast 29.1.11. © BBC.

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