Background readings

The Global Engineer - Incorporating Global Skills within UK Higher Education of Engineers . 2008. Bourn, DougNeal, Ian. Engineers Against Poverty/ Development Education Research Centre, Institute of Education, University of London. 

Essential Guide to Humanitarian Good Practice 6th Ed. 2018. Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection (PHAP). 

Engineering and Sustainable Community Development. 2010. Juan Lucena, Colorado School of Mines; Jen Schneider, Colorado School of Mines; Jon A. Leydens, Colorado School of Mines.

Engineering and Society: Working Towards Social Justice, Part I: Engineering and SocietyEngineering and Society: Working Towards Social Justice, Part II: Decisions in the 21st CenturyEngineering and Society: Working Towards Social Justice, Part III: Windows on Society. 2009. Caroline Baillie, University of Western Australia; George Catalano, State University of New York at Binghamton.

Engineering and Social Justice Synthesis Lectures on Engineers, Technology, and Society. 2008. Donna Riley, Smith College. 

Engineering in Emergencies: A Practical Guide for Relief Workers 2nd Ed. 2002. Jan Davis, Robert Lambert. ITDG Publishing.

Complex Problems, Negotiated Solutions: Tools and Strategies for Reducing Conflict to Promote Sustainable Rural Livelihoods. 2001. Michael Warner, CARE International UK.

Appropriate Technology: Tools, Choices and Implications. 1998. Barrett Hazeltine , Christopher Bull. Academic Press. 

Guidelines for Global Issues in Technology. 1996. Catherine Budgett-Meakin. ITDG Publishing.

Tinker, Tiller, Technical Change. 1990. Matthew Gamser, Helen Appleton, Nicola Carter. IT Publications.

Mobilizing Appropriate Technology. 1988. Matthew Gamser. IT Publications.

Developing Technologies for the Rural Poor. 1984. Stephen Biggs, Ruth Alsop. ITDG Occasional Paper series.

Technology for a Changing World. 1978. John Davis. IT Publications.