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'Penn has visited the places she describes, so she is able to give first-hand accounts ... Penn concludes these shocking snapshots of an international disgrace with positive suggestions about what can be done ... It is a powerful story well told.' - Times Educational Supplement

'Penn ... gives an insight into the practices of governments and international non-governmental organisations. By summarising discourses on these key theories it is possible for readers from all disciplines to understand the key issues being addressed. Further, the language used throughout the book makes it easily readable and understandable.' - Children's Geographies

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Helen Penn is Professor of Early Childhood, University of East London.

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We live in an unequal world, where, in general, the rich have become richer and the poor have become poorer within countries, and the differences between rich and poor countries have become greater. Read the first page
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