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Raghava KK: One Of The Most Remarkable People In The World

Year: 2012 | Published by: TED

TEDxGateway: Raghava KK is a celebrated renowned Indian artist. CNN named him one of 10 remarkable people the world is yet …

Eduardo Galeano: The right to dream of a better world (El derecho a soñar)

Year: 2008 | Published by: CCPA Monitor

In 1948, and again in 1976, the United Nations proclaimed long lists of human rights, but most of the world’s …

Wangari Maathai on Holistic Development

Year: 2009 | Published by: Lantern Media

Wangari Maathai, the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and founder of the Kenya-based Green Belt Movement, describes holistic development, management …

Who We Are: dealing with difference

Year: 2004 | Published by: Irish School of Ecumenics (Trinity College Dublin)

This resource focuses on exploring identity and belonging at both individual and community levels. It contains material for teachers and …

www.howyoucanhelp.ie

Year: 2014 | Published by: Dóchas

On www.howyoucanhelp.ie you will find information on how global emergency aid is coordinated, and how Irish NGOs work together and …

A Better Future for All the World’s Children – fun filled magazine for kids

Year: 2013 | Published by: Irish Aid

This magazine is especially for children and about children. It includes interesting information, pictures, games and activities about the lives …

One World Our World

Year: 2009 | Published by: Irish Aid

One World Our World is a storybook for 10-12 year olds on five of Irish Aid’s partner countries.

Where is our 10 per cent?

Year: 2014 | Published by: GROW, Oxfam

African artists are calling on the African Heads of State to keep their promises and invest at least 10% of …

Food wastage footprint

Year: 2013 | Published by: Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN

This animation explores the demands of global food production, growing world population and the scale of food loss (and food …

The Natural Effect

Year: 2014 | Published by: Only Organic

“The False Advertising Industry” reveals the shocking truth about what is allowed in “Natural” food. This satircal advert takes its …

What’s the problem with wasting food?

Year: 2013 | Published by: Society of Biology

What’s the impact of your ‘footprint’? This animation takes a look at the energy, water and land costs in producing …

Chimamanda Adichie: The danger of a single story

Year: 2009

Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found …

The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC)

Year: 2007

Short animation by the Children’s Rights Alliance  on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). The …

Price tag lipdub by 500 Women in Uganda

Year: 2013 | Published by: SYPO

Microfinance.com is a site run by Dutch nongovernmental organisation SYPO who provide structural aid in Uganda. The website was started …

I got 99 Problems and Palsy is just one

Year: 2013 | Published by: TED

Recorded at TEDWomen in California, comedian, writer and actor Maysoon Zayid tells us her story – she’s Palestinian, Muslim, female, …

I’ll take it from here, because I am a Girl

Year: 2013 | Published by: Plan UK

Fantastic video from Plan’s Because I am a Girl campaign, carrying a positive message. The film features 12-year-old Brendar from …

A thousand times no

Year: 2013 | Published by: TED

Art historian Bahia Shehab has long been fascinated with the Arabic script for ‘no.’ When revolution swept through Egypt in …

Breathe in. Breathe out.

Year: 2009 | Published by: Greenpeace

The Campaign for a World We Can Breathe In, the video brings attention to the impact of and necessity of …

Last dictator standing – advert

Year: 2011 | Published by: Nando's

Nando’s South Africa TV advert pokes fun at Zimbabwean’s President Robert Mugabe as he prepares to dine alone, reflecting on …

Climate Name Change

Year: 2013 | Published by: 350 Action

Since 1954, the World Meteorological Organization has been naming extreme storms after people. The Climate Name Change campaign proposes a …