Who is involved in the arms industry and who benefits? What about investing in peace? A new resource for post primary teachers by Larysa Karankovich, Katie Martin and Annabel Parker published by Afri

Cover by Afri 2024

Decolonise engineering

How do we remove the legacies of colonialism from engineering?

The first in a 2-part series by engineer Adedotun Adekeye.

Meenakshi Dewan, one of Tinginaput’s barefoot solar engineers in Orissa, India. Photo by Abbie Trayler-Smith / Panos Pictures / Department for International Development (2009) via Flickr CC-BY-NC-ND-2.0

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ICJ South Africa v Israel

Punching above its weight

Juan Acevedo-Ossa explores South Africa’s case against Israel as the latest example of its ability to act as a normative superpower, exceeding the great powers in shaping global moral discourse.

Empathy in a Divided World – workshop

Join us for this online session Empathy in a Divided World led by Brighid Golden to discuss how educators can respond to the challenges of selective empathy, both for ourselves personally and with others in our different settings.


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Is the transition towards clean renewable energy taking place quick enough to overturn our reliance on fossil fuels by 2050? Do green labels always mean what they say?

Take a look and explore 10 common myths about buzzwords, marketing tactics and green credentials of businesses and governments.

Ciara Regan shares a three-point guide for educators and teachers looking to make sense of the latest and most extreme violence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Moving Beyond a birds eye view:Education. Action. Solidarity. NOW!

Explore this key baseline on teaching materials from Ireland that were produced during the first 4 years of the SDGs.

Summary of the main Sustainable Development Goal per resource 2017-2020.


Irish Global Solidarity in 100 Objects

Through the stories from the people involved in bringing them about, this podcast series explores a number of the objects featured in the exhibition that act as a snapshot of Irish engagement with global cultural, political and social issues over the past 50 years.

A unique snapshot of Irish education and activism in Ireland over the past 50 years. Explore the 100 object, teaching materials and join in with the ‘100+1 Project’.

Looking for resources  that link to the SDGs, such as booklets, short films, issue-based activity packs or an NGO report?

Say hello, to the Sustainable Development Goals Explorer.