Are you involved in education work and interested in joining our Education Advisory Panel? We are seeking new members from people active in formal or non-formal education roles.
The World Food Day round-up includes new features and interactives for teaching and learning based on key drivers of world hunger today.
Are you an educator looking to explore global issues but unsure where to begin? Then this 5-point list is the list you’ve been waiting for.
Author of the teacher’s guidebook, Rachel Elizabeth Kendrick, will lead a session on the 3 big ideas and teaching methods published as a 3-part series.
In this episode, Ciara Regan catches up with visual arts educator Fiona King from the National College of Art and Design (NCAD)
Kai Evans explores how governments used COVID-19 restrictions for the wrong reasons.
COVID-19 vaccine inequality remains, despite many of us returning to a form of ‘normality.’ Kai Evans finds out why.
Kai Evans reviews lessons learned from the pandemic about protecting civil society space during a crisis.
As educators (in whatever context you are in), how do you challenge misogyny, when facts are no longer sacred, and challenge popular opinion? Ciara reflects on International Women’s Day
Episode 5: ‘A real convergence of young people and trade unionists on climate action’ – Yvonne O’Callaghan
It’s been 4 years since the global Schools Strike for Climate event. In this episode of the Irish Global Solidarity in 100 Objects podcast, Yvonne O’Callaghan reflects on that seminal moment in May 2019, and many moments since then where young people have taken the lead.