5:50:500 (Five Fifty Five Hundred)

A CD-based development education resource exploring over 130 human rights and development topics.

Price: € 14.00

8020 Development in an Unequal World (Book + CD)

80:20 Development in an Unequal World is a development education resource designed and written by an international group of authors and educationalists to provide an introductory and accessible overview of development and human rights issues today. It is now in its 6th edition and is extensively used by universities, schools, adult and youth organisations as well as by NGOs.

Price: € 20.00

8020 Development in an Unequal World (CD ONLY)

A digital-only version of 80:20 Development in an Unequal World - Includes: The entire resource itself, Advice on how to use the CD, Cartoons and photographs, A major section on key principles and practices in development education, Ideas and activities for using the book in education settings, a range of basic methodologies in development education , Icebreakers...

Price: € 20.00

A Human Rights Perspective on Development

The purpose of this paper is to describe and explore a human rights perspective on the issue of development. It defines human rights, analysing international human rights law, and links to development.

Price: € 3.50

Debating Aid: A Development Education Resource

A resource produced by 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World. As its name suggests, this resource explores development aid and the various debates around it, from the philosophical basis behind aid to the history of development aid and some of the major defences and criticisms of aid.

Price: € 10.00

Exploring Genocide: Educational Issues and Challenges

An educational resource and accompanying set of x3 posters developed in conjunction with a public wall mural exploring the topic of genocide in a number of contexts. It highlights the educational dimension of genocide, marks its consequences for those who died and those who survived, and explores the debate of whether events in Darfur amounted to genocide.

Price: € 5.00

Northern Ireland: A Place Apart? Exploring Conflict, Peace and Reconciliation in these Islands

This resource provides a range of activities and information designed to encourage understanding of, and engagement with, issues of peace and reconciliation.

Price: € 8.00

The Lives We Live: Women and Human Development in Zambia: Issues and Debates - A Photopack

This photopack focuses on the issues of women's rights in Zambia today. Through the use of 32 photographs, a range of different activities, a set of key facts and divergent viewpoints, the resource explores and debates issues such as education, work, HIV and AIDS, and how they impact on women's lives.

Price: € 12.00

Think Again poster set

How do we understand the debate on overseas aid? Is it a duty or an option? For each of us or the government? Does aid work: what is its value and impact?

Price: € 8.00

Thinking Art: Making Art in Development and Human Rights Education

This resource explores the use of art in human rights and development education within a number of different settings. It explores the educational benefits of art and provides case studies of various art based methodologies that can be used in development education.

Price: € 10.00

This is What Has Happened: HIV and AIDS, Women and Vulnerability in Zambia

Through the use of photography and storytelling, this report explores the human face behind the statistics of HIV and AIDS and it's impact in Zambia. The report directly focuses on the vulnerability of women as a result of the beliefs and values, as well as the structures, which perpetuate their subordination. The report also describes the dignity, resolve and strength of women in confronting these realities.

Price: € 8.00

What Do We Mean By Development

The aim of this paper is to suggest a description [rather than any ex cathedra definition] of development, which is usable by development educators and can help their own thinking about development issues.

Price: € 3.50

Women, Gender and Development

This paper by Lucy Muyoyeta looks at the differences between the terms 'women' & 'gender' and their meaning for women's development.

Price: € 3.50

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