13th March 2019
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.
Throughout 2019, developmenteducation.ie and IDEA, in conjunction with NCAD, are launching a project to gather 100 objects relating to previous global solidarity and development education campaigns or actions.
Sally O’Neill, who worked for 37 years in Latin America for Trócaire, the Irish Catholic international development agency, died following an April 8, 2019 car
In the wake of events such as those in Christchurch last week, there often is a deluge of information from various sources – what happened,
17:10 That’s a wrap from me on the live-blog for today. We’ll be back with more round-ups of the global reach and impact of the
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
The hyper-consumption phenomenon, Black Friday, now takes place beyond the US and is growing. Toni Pyke reports on Black Friday from an afternoon in late
Basketball – More than Just Fun and Games. A final-seven finalist in the 2018 Trinity College Dublin and developmenteducation.ie Development Issues series, Jane Litvin explores
The new developmenteducation.ie is all about teachable moments – in crisis, in opportunities and in education for change, now in the era of Sustainable Development Goals, extreme inequalities and human-induced climate shocks.
Blogging for development, democracy and human rights – introducing the 5th year of the Trinity College Dublin blog series
The seven finalists, which will be published weekly from today on international Human Rights Day. Founding member of the initiative Michelle D’Arcy of Trinity College
A new CIVICUS Monitor Report highlights the fact that 6 in 10 countries now seriously repress civic freedoms. CIVICUS, the global alliance of civil society
‘You won’t see our Christmas advert on TV this year. But we want to share our ‘No Palm Oil’ story with you this Christmas’ –
Today is World Food Day and we are delighted to launch a new pocket-booklet, 10 Myths About World Hunger as part of a new series
In the lead up to World Food Day on October 16, Tony Daly presents 14 videos related to food, covering food waste, food production, energy
Mobile phones aren’t just useful as alarm clocks or for making calls, updating your social status and sending messages. Dorothy Jacob from international development NGO
Tuesday next week, the 16th October, is World Food Day. Toni Pyke sketches out the background to the international day and introduces a new #ZeroHunger