Is it really possible to end extreme poverty within a generation?
Despite the progress made, the number of people living in extreme poverty globally remains unacceptably high. And given global growth forecasts, poverty reduction may not be fast enough to reach the target of ending extreme poverty by 2030.
What the Fact? investigates
Thin Black Lines RIDES AGAIN: political cartoons and development education is follow up to the first edition, Thin Black Lines published in 1988. The book
Political cartoons can encapsulate complex issues, different viewpoints and some of the contradictions that are often part of reality. They do not simply take sides.
The Global YOUth – Journey to Act! and its 13 activities are designed to make it as easy as possible for you to look at
This pocket-size booklet includes: Why thinking about our global food system matters 10 short myths about progress on food production, who benefits from industrial agriculture,
GAP’s toolkit ‘Action for Community Transformation ’ introduces a programme based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, whereby together, through active, transformational learning, the
The Teacher Bundle: includes readings and activities on five lesson plan topics – Global Citizens, the Global Goals, Climate Change, Quality Education and Gender Equality.
“This child-centred, child-created magazine allows pupils the opportunity to share their learning, insight, creativity and most importantly, their VOICE.” The magazine is in an interactive
Gender-based inequality is one of the most enduring and deep-seated discriminations. It affects all regions, classes and sectors. In most countries, it is maintained and
Bitter or Sweet? A primary schools and Fairtrade action guide on chocolate, extreme poverty, child labour and climate change
We’ve all eaten a chocolate bar, but how many of us have eaten a Fairtrade chocolate bar? What does fairly traded chocolate look like? Fairtrade
San áireamh: An fáth a bhfuil sé tábhachtach a bheith ag smaoineamh faoin ocras domhanda Naisc chuig na Spriocanna Forbartha Inbhuanaithe Féachtar leis an bhfírinne
It is a startling reality that much of the material output generated by the world since the Industrial Revolution is still with us – despite
‘All of me was learning, not just my mind…’: reflecting on study visits and immersion programmes in development education
This guide explores many of the issues involved in study visits and immersion programmes; it offers practical suggestions and ideas for organising them as well as for reflecting on them.
What The Fact? Sorting facts from fiction on key global development, human rights and justice issues Photo: ‘Discovery’ © Gauthier Delecroix via Flickr used under
Photo: © Clifton Rooney (2017) www.developmenteducation.ie hosts a wide range of materials and resources that cover diverse global development themes and issues. These are presented
Fáilte roimh rannóg na Gaeilge ar developmenteducation.ie This section is an Irish-language reference point for resources, ideas and debates on global development issues. Ár nDomhan
Learning to Change the World: An Audit of Development Education Resources in Ireland 2013-2016, follows on directly from the initial audit covering the period 2000
The guidelines for producing development education resources were jointly produced by developmenteducaiton.ie, the Development Education Working Group of Dóchas and the Irish Development Education Association