The system for asylum seeker accommodation in Ireland has been described as inhuman, degrading and illegal by human rights groups and critics. Navika Mehta reviews ‘Direct Provision’s legacy and compares it with a similar model that has appeared in India.
Gina Dorso explores food security in Puerto Rico, as a U.S. territory, from the perspective of an Irish American
Some seven years ago, developmenteducation.ie published a guide on the then situation in Gaza in 2014. Disgracefully, we find ourselves in much the same situation in 2021
For episode 2, Ciara Regan caught up with Michael D. Higgins, ninth President of Ireland, about a heated debate in Dáil Éireann about El Salvador in 1981 during his first year as an elected member of parliament.
Launched in February 2021, the Our World Irish Aid Award theme ‘Partnership for the Goals’ invites primary teachers and pupils to learn about the work of Irish Aid in partnership with others in over 130 countries to help progress the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
John Dornan ponders all things pandemic, as he gets his first COVID-19 vaccination
Órla Ryan reflects on her assignment in Kenya in April 2019 examining women’s rights issues, in particular female genital mutilation (FGM) and gender-based violence at the launch of the Irish Global Solidarity in 100 Objects exhibition.
Take the quiz and test your knowledge, based on the 10 Myths About Women’s Rights myth buster.
Are climate scientists being alarmist, and does technology hold THE answer to tackling climate change? Take the quiz and test your knowledge
Join us on Thurs 11th February for an open discussion with Olive Towey and Sophie Healy-Thow to find out what’s happening at the summit and how you can play a role in transforming how we produce and consume food, and meeting the challenges of climate change.
The Trinity College Dublin Development Issues Series
What does it mean to critically engage with what you read and why does it matter? Emily Ramsay investigates microfinancing in development economics – the good, the bad and the neoliberal
From the 2019 Trinity College Dublin Development Issues Series Final Five, Ronan Daly explores the erosion of freedom of expression and the potential subsequent impacts
Conor O’Brien, a 2019 Trinity College Dublin Development Issues Series Final Five finalist, explores corruption in its many guises.
Dress For Success: Supporting the Sustainable Development Goals Through The Adoption of Ethical Shopping Habits
From the 2019 Trinity College Dublin Development Issues Series Final Five, Emma Beatty dresses for success with her Sustainable Development Goals shopping skills and takes on fast fashion.