The Global Health Matters podcast provides a forum for discussing the most important global health topics of the day.
Moving beyond a ‘birds eye view’: Teaching materials from Ireland during the first 4 years of the SDGs
Launched in September 2022, the third ‘audit’ of resources produced from Ireland on global issues for educational use is the largest in its scope and size to date.
It is not surprising that Africa’s vaccine manufacturing capacity has been limited. The facilities supply less than 1% of vaccines needed for the continent.
Launch of the third study of development education and global citizenship education resources in Ireland with 9 recommendations in formal and non-formal education in Ireland.
This impact-focused interactive webinar will focus on good practice in the development of resources for Development Education and Global Citizenship Education work
How might education practitioners begin the a journey to decolonise how they teach and explore global issues? Niffy Olamiju reports on a workshop organised by the Irish Development Education Association in May 2022.
2 actors, one trial and a Billion hashtags. What happens when the media gets a hold of a woman on trial? This blog takes a look at the reaction to the Heard v Depp trial and what it reveals about women’s representation.
Explore a brief timeline marking 36 moments and events with richly diverse stories of African struggle, unity and solidarity for over 140 years.
This year will be the first time in-person Africa Day events will been held since 2019, and it promises to be the biggest celebration in Ireland to date
Calling all SDGs and human rights teachers, educators and activists! developmenteducation.ie is conducting an external evaluation of its current programme of work, 2018 – 2022,