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.
On Australia Day, Phil Glendenning reflects on the colonial facts of Australia’s history, the disregard for its First People and the urgency to act now following the killing of George Floyd
Join us on 27 January 2021 for a screening of Never Waste a Crisis, a short documentary film on how human rights are being undermined during the COVID19 crisis, followed by a lively discussion with producer Emmet Sheerin from Trócaire and climate activist and campaigner Alicia O’Sullivan
The 2021 reader survey is open – have your say on a changed world, and how we can support you in it
Irish people are no strangers to debates about history, statues and their many and conflicting interpretations. An reflection by Richard J Evans
Are Texaco’s sports grants to community clubs across Ireland a thinly veiled mask for ‘greenwashing’ from the impact of their extractive business in countries like Ecuador? An opinion piece by Tom Roche.
Follow the Human Rights Day 2020 live-blog for happenings and activities throughout the day during a time of unprecedented change during the first year of a Covid-19 world
Call for resource submissions open – education resources during an era of climate promises, populist politics and pandemics
Submit or recommend resources to be included in the Ireland-wide audit of development education and global citizenship education resources.
A poem, written by Adam, age 9, as part of the Generation Lockdown series
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.