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
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
4 facts and 4 graphics about the state of food in the world today
On World Food Day 2020, here are 10 questions about food, our food system and some of the biggest food problems on the planet today. What do you think?
Three new videos from the Generation Lockdown video series where young people from across the world react to the Coronavirus pandemic
Join us on Culture Night 2020 to launch the Irish Global Solidarity in 100 Objects exhibition – broadcast online from Iveagh House, Dublin on 18 September.