Resource Title

Be The Revolution


This resource includes many short prose on various topics relating to revolution. It is designed very well and is capturing and engaging for the reader. The major concepts around activism and revolution are discussed.

Resource Details

  • Author: Sarah Clancey, Tara Clarke, David Coleman, Gary Dunne, Rita Fagan, Com O'Gorman, Gráinne Loughran, Ruairí McKiernan, Joe Murray, Francis O’Reily, Susan Quirke, Andy Storey, Karen Ward, Clare O'Grady Walshe, Dolores Whelan, Caitriona Quirke and Michael D Higgins
  • Publishers:, Spunout, Children in Crossfire, Afri
  • Country of Publication: Ireland
  • Year: 2011
  • Page Count: 31


The main themes/ issues covered in this resource are:

  • Be the revolution
  • Setting the
  • Possibilities of a bolder and better Ireland
  • Activism is..
  • Online action resources
  • The Story of Richard Moore
  • What’s Possible?’ submissions, taken from
  • We are the revolution
  • Rat Race – Poetry,
  • It’s up to us to lead the way in changing the world
  • Staying connected
  • Climate change and the youth movement in Ireland
  • The power of the family in building powerful communities
  • What makes you come alive?
  • We can all make history
  • Placing limits on economics; Possibilities for re-humanising our world
  • Who cares for me?
  • Can human nature become more harmonious with nature?
  • Poetry by Gary Dunne and Michael D. Higgins
  • Moving against the grain
  • Confronting with respect,
  • Healing the travelling community
  • Respecting the global south
  • Be the change you wish to see in the world
  • Those who are in charge are not always right
  • Power play
  • We need to hold on to the people who can turn Ireland around
  • A bright new Northern Ireland
  • Things to do before you die
  • The real world is not for sale


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