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Climate Change, Climate Justice: Lent 2015 education resource packs for schools

Year: 2015 | Published by: Trócaire

Ethiopia is the focus country for the Trócaire’s 2015 education campaign during Lent and explores how climate change impacts on …

Let the Devil Sleep: Rwanda 20 Years After Genocide

Year: 2014 | Published by: Trócaire

Documentary: Let the Devil Sleep is the story of four individual’s unlikely journey of confession, forgiveness and reconciliation in post-genocide …

Wangari Maathai: Money Alone Won’t Help Africa

Year: 2009 | Published by: Fora TV

Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai, founder of the Kenyan Green Belt Movement argues that well-intentioned aid to Africa may have unexpected …

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 …

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 …

Global South Resources: Uganda lesson plan

Year: 2014 | Published by: Waterford One World Centre

This lesson plans includes a series of activities designed for use with second-level students who are establishing a link with …

Global South Resources online

Year: 2014

Global South Resources is a free collection of resources and lesson plans online for post-primary educators and students designed for …

Will you be my sponsor?

Year: 2013 | Published by: Childfund International

This video produced by Child Fund won the 2013 ‘Rusty Radiator Award’ as the most clichéd and unhelpful video about …

Year: 2010 | Published by:

A website that is “inspired by the conviction that African literature had an important contribution to make in shaping what …


Year: 2005 | Published by: Virago Press Ltd.

Mende Nazer was stolen from her village in the Nuba mountains of Sudan and sold into slavery at the age …

The Last King of Scotland

Year: 2006 | Published by: DNA Films, Film4

Idi Amin became president of Uganda following a coup in 1971. Amin remained the country’s dictator for the rest of …

Emergency Response: Ebola

Year: 2014 | Published by: Concern Worldwide

This short briefing pamphlet sets out some key facts and info about the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone and Liberia, …

Africa Regions Series – Central Africa, East Africa, North Africa and South Africa

Year: 2012 | Published by: Africa Centre

A set of on-line downloadable educational resources and maps that explore the African continent based on region.

Africa Also Smiles: a cross curricular resource about the African Continent

Year: 2012 | Published by: Africa Centre

A 56-page activity pack exploring the continent of Africa in a positive frame.Includes student activities, worksheets, quizzes, wordsearches, information sheets, …

Food Crisis in the Sahel: the crisis that refuses to go away

Year: 2012 | Published by: Concern Worldwide

Short briefing paper on the crisis in the Sahel in the west of Africa. It includes: summary of the current …

Proudly Made in Africa: A Business Studies & Development Education Transition Unit

Year: 2013 | Published by: Value Added in Africa

The transition unit focuses on how Ireland is linked to a range of countries in Africa through trade based on …

Development Issues: Ending Hunger

Year: 2009 | Published by: Concern Worldwide

Ending Hunger is a four-page fact sheet exploring the main issues and questions raised about hunger, written in a very …

World Hunger

Year: 2009 | Published by: Concern Worldwide

This 53 page resource on World Hunger covers four key areas related to hunger: understanding hunger; ending hunger; the international …

From the Local to the Global: Key Issues in Development Studies

Year: 2009 | Published by: Pluto Press

‘Think global, act locally’ is a phrase often used to describe the importance of popular activism and an awareness of …