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.
The winning blog entry for the 2019 Trinity College Dublin Development Issues Blog Series is Moya McDermott on the true cost of fast fashion indulgences
Showcasing the strong heritage of global citizenship in Ireland, the Irish Global Solidarity in 100 Objects exhibition will uncover the many contributions, stories and campaigns, expressed through artefacts and visual arts that bring these histories to life.
Paul Crewe of Development Perspectives introduces a training course being run in December 2019. Deadline for applications is Monday the 21st of October Games 4
The Trinity College Dublin Development Issues Series
A final-seven finalist in the 2018 Trinity College Dublin and developmenteducation.ie Development Issues series, Grace McGinnis looks at the Black Power Movement in the United States, and beyond.
There are still large numbers of people sleeping outside, in the cold struggling to find any way to simply stay warm. Ethan Kudler, a final-seven
‘Health’ and ‘well-being’: does our understanding depend on if we are in a developed or developing country?
What’s so smart about ‘smart cities’ and who really benefits when technology and expert private firms are building them? A final-seven finalist in the 2018
Toni Pyke explores what eight countries accounted for two thirds of the total number of people facing acute food insecurity in 2018.
What can one person do about tackling food waste, food injustice and world hunger? Toni Pyke checks out suggestions from the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation and environmental news website EcoWatch.
Debating societies are more than simply training grounds for public speaking. Ghalya Farahat looks back on a recent debate about feminism and the Middle East that took place in Trinity College Dublin.
This week marks the countdown to the global climate strike demonstration on Friday September 20th, 2019. In a series of blogs, developmenteducation.ie will be marking
The second reflection in the study visits and immersions programmes guide comes from Varja Lipovsek of East African NGO Twaweza (meaning ‘we can make it
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.
Scott Sinclair has been involved with Birmingham Development Education Centre and Tide~ Global Learning since it started and is a Tide~ trustee. Scott and his
In a digital world packed with fake news and fact checkers, is there a need for another one? Before continuing any further, four reference points
We’re big fans of the excellent website Our World in Data
Does your candidate support human rights for all and will work to tackle the climate emergency? A quick guide to election manifestos and pledges Most