Tony Daly, Éimear Green, Toni Pyke and Ciara Regan
Mary Broderick, National Library of Ireland; Ruth Hegarty, Royal Irish Academy; Anne Kelly, NCAD Gallery; Fiona King and Tony Murphy, National College of Art and Design; Colm Regan, 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World
Anne Cleary and Jonathan Lewis, Aidlink; Dylan Creane, Tony Daly, Toni Pyke, Ciara Regan and Colm Regan, 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World; Michael Doorly, Concern Worldwide; Valerie Duﬀy, National Youth Council of Ireland; Stephen Farley, Trócaire; Frank Geary, Irish Development Education Association and Dorothy Jacob, Self Help Africa Design and Development Ruby Corcoran and Conor Clarke, Design Factory
Digital exhibition team
Dylan Creane, Tony Daly, Toni Pyke, Ciara Regan and Colm Regan
Ciara Regan and Colm Regan, with special thanks to education teaching materials advisors Helen Ryan and Valerie Lewis plus the dozens of adult educators, youth workers, parents, primary and post-primary teachers that shared cliff notes and ideas at the pop-up exhibition in February/March 2020.
Joshua Mulholland and Ruby Corcoran
With special thanks
Brendan Archbold, Ivana Bacik, Maria Barry, Meaeve Bateman, Fiachra Brennan, Dermot O’Brien, Margaret Bluett, Yvonne O’Callaghan, Fiona Carey, Deborah Conlon, Terence Conway and John Baker; Oisin Coughlan and Meaghan Carmody; Áine Doody, Anne Payne, Mary Browne and Vanessa Sheridan, Irish Aid, John Dornan, Ciara Cremin, Mark Cumming, John Daly, Anna Daly, Vaughan Dodd, Melissa O’Dowd, Melanie Drea and Peter Gaynor, Brendan Doyle, Ghalya Farahat, Helen Fallon, Mark Fitz, Susan Gallwey, Deirdre Hogan, Helen O’Keefe and Claire Coughlan, Anne Ivory, Meave Tierney and Paul Brierton, St Cronan’s BNS, Bray; Michael Kelly, Peadar King, Tara Madden , Una McGrath, Elaine Mahon, Helena McNeill, David Joyce, Stary Mwaba, Kate Minnock, Lizzy Noone, Will St Leger, Mags Liddy, Eoin Mac Lochlainn, Joe Murray, Johanna Pykälä, Sárán Fogerty, Barbara Raftery, Tom Roche, Rosie O’Reilly, Clifton Rooney, Alba Martos Rosa, Karen Rosanna, Éilis Ryan, Helen Ryan, Órla Ryan, Tom Ryder and Mateja Jaksic; Grace O’Sullivan, Adam Shapiro, Jonny Sheehan, Emmet Sheerin, Marjorie Laville-Pain, Trish Groves and Garry Walsh, Derek Speirs, Kevin Squires, Liam Thornton, Martyn Turner, Michael J. Whelan, John Daly and Anna Daly, Hilda Regan, Connor Kirwan and Frank Kirwan. and the 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World Management Committee: Gráinne McGettrick, Louise Gaskin, Mary Rose Costello, Caoimhe Fox, Valerie Lewis and Fiachra O’ O’Muthuna
Amnesty International Ireland, Afri, Bray Refugee Solidarity, Comhlámh, Creativity and Change, Colaiste Mhuire, Askeaton, Co. Limerick, St Cronan’s BNS, Bray, Development Perspectives, Dóchas, East Timor Ireland Solidarity Campaign, Extinction Rebellion, Fairtrade Ireland, Financial Justice Ireland, Frontline Defenders, Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Irish Congress of Trade Unions, Irish Countrywomen’s Association, Just Forests, Ken Saro-Wiwa Archive, Maynooth University Library, Kimmage Manor Library, KMF Productions, Latin America Solidarity Centre, Lourdes Youth & Community Service, Ogoni Solidarity Ireland, Poetry Ireland, NCAD School of Education, O’Brien Press, Oxfam Ireland, Presentation College, Bray, Refugee and Migrant Solidarity Ireland (RAMSI), Re-dress, Schools Climate Action Network, Shell to Sea, Serve, SIPTU, St. Joseph’s Mercy, Navan, TheJournal.ie, the Ubuntu Network Voluntary Service International (VSI), Vótál 100 Commemorative Committee, Worldwise Global Schools and Young Social Innovators.
by Irish Aid – the Government of Ireland’s oﬀicial agency for international development