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Ag Gabháil don Oideachas Forbartha: Staidéar Gnó na Sraithe Sóisearaí

Year: 2017 | Published by: WorldWise Global Schools

Tá Staidéar Gnó na Sraithe Sóisearaí ar cheann de shraith acmhainní WorldWise a thacaíonn le múinteoirí i réimsí ábhair éagsúla …

SDG 12. Responsible Consumption and Production #SDGchallenge Info Pack

Year: 2018 | Published by: Development Perspectives

Concise digital ‘information pack’ that drives starter ideas for everyone to explore key issues and ideas behind each of the …

#BeyondTheClick: a teaching toolkit exploring Global Digital Citizenship

Year: 2018 | Published by: 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World

#BeyondTheClick is a digital development education toolkit for educators that supports exploration of digital landscapes and tools (social media, digital …

Everyday Activism: such is the place where real change begins

Year: 2015 | Published by: Concern Worldwide

Fundamental change involves us all. Activism is a vital part of the agenda for eradicating hunger and absolute poverty, inequality …

Doing Development Education: Junior Cycle Business Studies

Year: 2016 | Published by: WorldWise Global Schools

This resource aims to support Business Studies teachers to teach through a global justice lens, a lens with great educational …

It’s time for a fashion revolution: White paper December 2015

Year: 2015 | Published by: Fashion Revolution

‘From human rights abuses and poverty level wages to water, waste, energy, overconsumption and many other exploitative practices, the fashion …

Ethical Fashion Initiative (website)

Year: 2009 | Published by: International Trade Centre

The Ethical Fashion Initiative connects artisans from the developing world to the international value chain of fashion. In doing so, …

An economy for the 1% – How privilege and power in the economy drive extreme inequality and how this can be stopped

Year: 2016 | Published by: Oxfam

This paper argues that ‘the fight against poverty will not be won until the inequality crisis is tackled.’ This paper …

Challenging The Crisis: Survey on attitudes of young adults towards global development and social justice

Year: 2015 | Published by: Irish Development Education Association (IDEA)

The EU member states have been badly affected by the 2008 economic crisis, with some countries finding it particularly challenging …

Welcome to the London Arms Fair

Year: 2015 | Published by: Amnesty International UK

Satirical advert on The London Arms Fair, which came to the ExCel centre in London in mid-September 2015. You’ll find …

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Food Waste

Year: 2015 | Published by: HBO

This video uses comedy to examine the scale and problems of food waste, poverty and the food industry in America …

Wealth: Having it all and wanting more

Year: 2015 | Published by: Oxfam GB

This Oxfam briefing paper on wealth is part of a series of papers written to inform public debate on development …

Smartphones and Sustainability

Year: 2013 | Published by: edeos-digital education

This video explores the hidden costs of our high level consumption of mobile phones. In a short space of time …

The Worlds Largest Lesson

Year: 2015 | Published by: TES Global, UNICEF

On September 25th 2015, 193 world leaders committed to 17 Global Goals to achieve 3 extraordinary things in the next …

INK Talk: Arunachalam Muruganantham – The first man to wear a sanitary napkin

Year: 2012 | Published by: INK

Listen to the fascinating journey of social entrepreneur Arunachalam Murugananthama, a workshop helper – from being rejected by the same …

Glen, Gary & Ross – a film about land grabs

Year: 2011 | Published by: Oxfam

This short film is based on Glengarry Glen Ross, the 1992 film where real-estate salesmen will do anything to make …

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 …