This introduction presents an overview of the key concepts discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book begins to take shape, words like “inclusion” and “development” were used frequently among the contracting organizations seeking to be part of a new movement, as well as multinational organizations and scholars. It attempts to go beyond a theoretical exploration of justice by linking “movements” of inclusive development to broader political and economic justice activities. The book informs the practice of inclusive development and education through the lessons learned in recent movements related to inclusive development. It presents several themes present in a description of inclusive development, highlight recent “movements” in these conceptualizations, and how the field of education may be undertaking similar movements. The book provides an overview of the various ways in which “development” is defined and applied by multinational organizations, governments, and local actors.