Materials and guides for educators in formal and non-formal education, including primary, post primary, youth settings and community education.
Brighid Golden explores the concepts of sympathy, empathy and selective empathy and how to explore these in your teaching spaces.
An activity that can be adapted across Junior Cycle subjects that imagines the possibilities of another world and what that might look like.
In the shadow of the most traumatic attack on Jewish people since the Holocaust and what Palestinian people are referring to as a ‘second Nakba’, Ciara Regan shares a three-point guide for educators and teachers looking to make sense of the latest and most extreme clash of violence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Elon Musk tweeted that ‘Lithium batteries are the new oil’ as an essential energy source of a cleaner, greener future. Is he right? A fact check by Kai Evans
A video showing an animal being roasted on a spit has brought vitriolic racist hate online, with commenters claiming it shows African migrants in Ireland roasting a dog. But the animal in the video is a pig. A fact check by Mary Alexander.
Are fossil fuel energy companies in the US receiving an unfair amount of criticism, despite investing in low carbon energy practices?
This online publication comprises of critical reflections from participants of Solidarity in Action course, 2021.
Modern Slavery: Brazilian ‘flying squad’, Guaraní land reform and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers
Chris O’Connell explores three stories of groups that are fighting back against slavery: the Brazilian anti-slavery system, the Guaraní in Bolivia and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers in Florida in the US.
As part of IDEA’s Annual Conference 2021, Maria Gonzalez, Development Perspectives, presenting their STIRE Project in order to Showcase the initiatives and approaches addressing inequality
Debating Development Issues
Key issues, debated.
Considering the motion of the finals, that The Trump Presidency will be a blessing in disguise for Africa, the stage was well set for an evening of explosive energy, heated exchanges, facts (yes facts STILL matter)
Currently, we are (over)dependent on fossil fuels to heat our homes, run our cars, power our offices, industry and manufacturing, and respond to our insatiable desire to power all of our electrical goods
The modern fairtrade movement is now some 50 years old and has a significant history and track record reflected in current debates, arguments and criticisms.