How can young people learn about issues affecting our world today through games-based learning? What is gamification and what contributions can games-based approaches make in challenging and stirring action in Transition Year spaces on global justice and human rights?
Following the 2022 World Cup, hosted in Qatar, the session is an opportunity for history teachers (or those that teach with history components such as CSPE or politics and society teachers) to use the example of Qatar and modern slavery to apply a new framework for Critical Development Education
Explore 10 short myths about the limits of freedom of expression, social media and the free press in an increasingly digital and connected world.
3 key ‘sportswashing’ issues the Qatar World Cup hosts don’t want you to know. A list, by Kai Evans.
The author of ‘Decolonize Museums’ assembles a list of essential reading on the past, present and future of museums
An additional 345 million people are food insecure. How did this happen? Navika Mehta reviews the latest global food security report
#100objects podcast: ‘For many people, it’s not questioned’ – on FGM and women’s rights in Kenya with Órla Ryan
Órla talks about what it was like meeting former circumcisers involved in female genital mutilation, the power of her platform working in a newsroom, her views on the term ‘fake news’ and shares tips for young people (particularly women) interested in exploring roles in journalism.
Global Health Architecture Post-COVID-19 session from the World Health Summit 2022
The World Food Day round-up includes new features and interactives for teaching and learning based on key drivers of hunger today
On episode 3 of the podcast, guest host ‘educational activist’ and development educator Colm Regan interviews colleague and friend Martyn Turner on the perils, dilemmas and trade-craft as a cartoonist.