Does your candidate support human rights for all and will work to tackle the climate emergency? A quick guide to election manifestos and pledges Most
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,
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
Is the status of a country’s democratic health a fair measure of human development gains? What about when we test this idea against the case
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
Colm Regan presents 10 resources to explore International Women’s Day, celebrated globally every year on March 8th. IWD was created in 1910 but only recognised
Rachel Mary Dornan reflects on the challenges she experienced in giving up plastic for Lent and wonders if plastic-free living is affordable in a rising
How much development is ‘enough’? A final-five finalist in the 2018 Trinity College Dublin and developmenteducation.ie development issues series, Rosie Stack argues it’s time to
Podcast: ‘Let me tell you what Syria was like before the war’ – Hassan Akkad’s journey from Syria to the UK
Anyone who is familiar with comedian, Adam Buxton’s podcast is quick to realise that this isn’t one of the usual ‘Ramble Chats’ he has with
The results are in for the most shared and read blogs on developmenteducation.ie over the course of the last year. As expected, they present a
2017 was a huge year. The civil war in Syria entered its sixth year. Year 2 of global goals for sustainable development underway. Year 1
In a highly diverse, multi-cultural, post-truth world, John Dornan argues there is even more need to understand the origins of different attitudes and perspectives and
Much as I try, I am unable to switch off from the social and mainstream media storm surrounding ‘POTUS’ (if you use Twitter you’ll know