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Caring for Our World: the Our World Irish Aid Awards 2015

Our World Irish Aid from DESIGN FOR LIFE on Vimeo.   “Around the world, countries are working together to fight poverty through the 8 Millennium Development Goals. While progress has been made, significant work remains to be done. In our world of 7 billion people, 1.2 billion are still living

Consumption in a world of 32:1 – our new animation

Those familiar with this website will not be surprised by the topic of our new animation – on consumption. It accompanies the ethical consumption and hunger modules for teachers and educators, as well as general readers, plus previous blog posts, new resource annotations and the ecological footprinting project work. Let

Issues – The Stolen Generation, The Apology, Reparation and Compensation

Introduction While advances have been made in the past couple of years, there is still along way to go before the unique needs of Indigenous people are recognised and true reconciliation is achieved in Australia. The fact remains that on nearly all social indicators, Aboriginals in Australia fall drastically below

50 Picturebooks to Change the World

Thérèse Hegarty and Patricia Kennon explore picturebooks in learning contexts and how they encourage discussions of friendship, conflict, struggle, norms, points of view, difference and injustice in a distanced way, therefore allowing sensitive issues to be discussed without direct disclosures about the children’s own lives.

Method 4: Public education and development issues

This section includes the following: Public ‘attitudes’ and aid issues – some implications for development education Coming to public judgement on development issues 7 steps in coming to public judgement – an opinion ‘learning curve’ Some key ingredients for success in the public education ‘learning curve’: learning from other movements

Calling all reformers: write a submission on citizenship education

****Note: the consultation has been extended until Friday 17th January 2014. More information at the NCCA CSPE consultation online**** ___________________________________________________________________ The need for citizens to respond to the social, political and economic ills in Ireland has never been greater. Many years of rapid economic growth and political administration over the

Key Human Rights documents

Declaration on the Protection of All Persons from Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (1975) Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. (1984) Declaration on the Rights of Disabled Persons (1975) Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and