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SDG 16. Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions #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 …

Peace and Justice: It’s up to YOUth

Year: 2017 | Published by: National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI)

This resource is about hope. In focusing on Peace and the Sustainable Development Goals  – Goal 16 – this resource …

Doing Development Education: Junior Cycle English

Year: 2017 | Published by: WorldWise Global Schools

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

Forced To Flee ‘This is our exodus’ Trócaire and Poetry Ireland Poetry Competition 2016

Year: 2016 | Published by: Poetry Ireland, Trócaire

Trócaire’s annual poetry competition, in association with Poetry Ireland, uses the arts to raise awareness about leading global justice issues. …

Standpoints: Attitudes of young people and youth workers to development and global justice issues

Year: 2010 | Published by: National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI)

This report presents the findings of a qualitative research project investigating the attitudes of adults and young people involved in …

A Matter of life and death: An introduction to the death penalty for second level students

Year: 2013 | Published by: Amnesty International Ireland

This resource provides teachers with a detailed guide on teaching the death penalty in the classroom. Divided into four lessons …

How the World Works 2: a resource for teachers

Year: 2015 | Published by: Debt and Development Coalition Ireland

This resource updates from the popular TY resource in 2010 and provides students with the opportunity to explore how structures …

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 …

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 …

The Long Struggle for Justice in Guatemala

Year: 2013 | Published by: Trócaire

Elena Hermosa travelled to Guatemala on behalf of Trócaire to document the landmark trial of former dictator General José Efraín …

A New Debt Crisis? Assessing the impact of the financial crisis on developing countries

Year: 2009 | Published by: Jubilee Debt Campaign

This report is intended as a wake-up call to anyone who thinks the developing world debt crisis has been resolved. …

Rape, a weapon of war: Destroying the glue of a society

Year: 2011 | Published by: The Economist

Marcus Bleasdale talks about a selection of his photographs chronicling the impact of rape in war-torn areas of the Democratic …

Accounting for Justice: a facilitator’s guide to Global Tax Justice

Year: 2013 | Published by: Debt and Development Coalition Ireland

This resource provides a guide to facilitators to support learning about the role of taxation in society and the relationships …

Global and Justice Perspectives in the Classroom: A literature Review

Year: 2005 | Published by: Development & Intercultural Education (DICE)

A review of Irish and international literature that focuses on Development and Intercultural Education from a global and justice perspective.

Palestine and Israel: How will there be a just peace? A Citizenship Education Resource for Transition Year and Key Stage 4

Year: 2013 | Published by: CDVEC Curriculum Development Unit, Sadaka

This resource is an important development in helping post-primary students throughout the island of Ireland to explore the Palestinian Israeli …

Towards Climate Justice: A strategy guide for the community sector in responding to climate change

Year: 2012 | Published by: Community Workers’ Cooperative

The report shows how climate change disproportionately affects disadvantaged and marginalised communities and makes the case for community workers and …

On Track: a handbook for citizenship education teachers

Year: 2005 | Published by: CDVEC Curriculum Development Unit, Education for Peace and Reconciliation Project

Produced as an Education for Peace and Reconciliation resource for CSPE use at Junior Cycle level this resource can be …

Young Activist’s Handbook: a young person’s guide to changing the world while having fun too

Year: 2012 | Published by: Young Friends of the Earth Ireland (YFoE)

The Young Activist’s Handbook is a resource for youth and student activists looking to campaign on environmental justice issues. it …

Finding Our Voice: a resource on debating world development

Year: 2012 | Published by: Concern Worldwide

Using the ‘art of debating’ as a platform for learning about global development issues and big ideas, Finding Our Voice …

Exploring Diversity & Global Justice through the Arts: an educational resource for second level schools

Year: 2011 | Published by: Comhlámh

This resource aims to support second level teachers to bring a justice perspective into their classroom using active learning and …