Meet the Team

In its day-to-day operations is delivered by 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World.

Tony Daly

Tony is project manager at, co-ordinator of 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World, co-editor of 80:20 Development in an Unequal World and is on the advisory board of Fairtrade Ireland.

Toni Pyke

Toni Pyke is part-time researcher and writer at based in Dublin, and recently lived and worked in Kampala, Uganda. Toni completed her doctoral research on men and masculinities in Southern Africa.

Ciara Regan

Staff Writer
Ciara Regan is staff writer at and project leader on the longitudinal audit of Irish development education resources research study. Ciara also works on educational and research projects at 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World.

Dylan Creane

Graphic Design & Web Development
Dylan Creane manages the design and technical aspects of He is a medical doctor with a background in computing, web development and graphic design. He is based in Dublin, Ireland.

Gina Dorso

Editorial Intern
Gina Dorso is a masters student in international peace studies at Trinity College Dublin, originally from New York and is an editorial intern with 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World.

Aoife Mc Donald

Research Intern
Aoife Mc Donald is a master’s student in International Relations at University College Dublin and research intern with 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World.

Colm Regan

Colm Regan
is researcher, writer and co-founder of Based in Gozo, Malta, Colm teaches in University of Malta, blogs for the Times of Malta and has been a development education practitioner for over four decades.

Ray & Karl O'Sullivan

Graphic Designers
Ray and Karl O’ Sullivan are infographic designers with, and founders of Dublin–based print and graphic design company, PixelPress.

Previous team members

Our gratitude goes to the many wonderful people that have contributed their time, energy and more as part of’s editorial work, placements and volunteering programme. Most recently, we’d like to thank:

  • Ghalya Farahat
  • Grace McManus
  • Peter Manning
  • Tara Hoskin
  • Rebecca Doolin
  • Sinead Garland
  • Bertrand Borg