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
The recent coronavirus pandemic is only exacerbating the problems currently facing herders, also known as pastoralists, in Kenya. They’ve seen their livestock devastated and crops
In this 2009 interview, Vandana Shiva talks about developing countries like her native India where agricultural communities are surrounded by fertile farmland and highly favorable
This toolkit explores the issue of power and helps you make links to the Sustainable Development Goals. It is designed for global educators, youth workers,
GOAL have made their Changemakers programme accessible and easy to use. You can choose from any of the following ways to participate, in English or
“At a time when a significant number of people are migrating all around the world, including to Europe, we are deeply concerned about the “welcome
What Next? consists of 21 activities across four stages that examine various stages of the journey from volunteering to active citizenship for anyone engaged or
The resource is centered around 23 activities in 5 sections: 1. Take Notice; 2. Connect; 3. Keep Learning; 4. Solidarity; 5. Be Active. Digging Deeper
The Toolkit has three sections. Section 1 provides a short explanation of key concepts in the evaluation process and a guide to developing an evaluation
“In One World, Our World children from Ethiopia, Tanzania, Malawi and Mozambique, which are all in Africa, and Vietnam, which is in Asia, tell us
Can actions influence positive change? What do I want my actions to do? What’s the difference between charity and solidarity? EIL Intercultural Learning, Creativity &
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 will be a 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