Ciara Regan introduces a range of quick-fire activities to get you started on teaching the issues, the debates and key ideas around World Food Day on October 16th

Screenshot from Gregg Segal’s website based on the Daily Bread project. For more, visit https://www.greggsegal.com

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We cannot rest

This week marks the countdown to the global climate strike demonstration on Friday September 20th,

5 ideas to NOT borrow from Australia’s asylum policy

developmenteducation.ie recently spoke with an old friend and colleague Phil Glendenning, director of the Edmund Rice Centre in Sydney and now president of the Refugee Council of Australia, about Australia’s offshore and onshore asylum seeker detention system.

"A civilization is not destroyed by wicked people; it is not necessary that people be wicked but only that they be spineless."

James Baldwin, The Fire Next Time, January 31, 1963
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What is undernutrition? How many children in Africa are underweight, stunted or wasted, or don’t get the minimum amount of food they need?

A factsheet by Africa Check as part of the World Food Day series.

It’s July 16, 1969: America is preparing to launch Apollo 11. Thousands of miles away, the Zambia Space Academy hopes to beat America to the moon. A short film based on real events.

Was the premise of an RTÉ/TG4 exit poll statement asked of voters in May 2019 fair and objective? What The Fact investigates.

In Focus

New Have you ever wanted to look for whether the SDGs are directly or indirectly included in a resource – whether a booklet, a short film, an issue-based activity pack or an NGO report?

Say hello, to the Sustainable Development Goals Explorer. Quickly find resources from our library that are relevant to each of the Sustainable Development Goals, 1 through 17.

Expect new books, videos and cutting edge global justice research reports to be added to the resource library, fortnightly.