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7th December 2018

Tony Daly presents a run-down of the top blogs of the year based on reader popularity.

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Arguing Democracy – part 1

Following on from last year’s political developments in the United States and the UK, it has become popular to argue that democracy is under immediate

Letter from Lesbos

During the month of August I volunteered with an organisation based on the island of Lesbos which gives legal advice to people seeking refugee status.

What does Peace look like?

Today, the 21st of September, is International Day of Peace. Toni Pyke (and her six year old son) reflect on what peace looks like. On

Five Summer Reads in Development Education

Colm Regan reviews 5 books as part of his summer reading with recommendations for anyone interested in development and global learning. The Divide: A Brief

Yukiko Suzuki: Through a Japanese lens

Joint winner of  the 2017 Trinity College Dublin and developmenteducation.ie development issues blog series, Yukiko Suzuki explores development through a Japanese lens. When discussing development,

Catriona O’Connor: Dinner party development

Catriona O’Connor’s blog is a runner up in the 2017 Trinity College Dublin and developmenteducation.ie Development Issues blog series The topic of development is one

Calling all change makers!

Are you a change maker in your community? Are you looking to develop your skills and knowledge around global issues? Do you want to join

Searching for Syria

The civil war in Syria has continued for six long years. Over those years, more than five million people have been forced to leave their

Dillon Hennessy: Development is…

Dillon Hennessy’s blog is a runner up in the 2017 Trinity College Dublin and developmenteducation.ie Development Issues blog series What is development? Does it matter?

Climate Change and I: Taking it personally

We live in an unequal world. There is a considerable divide between the developed and the developing world. Historically, this division has been primarily economic,

Women’s Rights: Reality bites

Two quotes and a graphic for International Women’s Day. President Michael D. Higgins (May 24th, 2016) Women and Girls – Catalysing Action to Achieve Gender