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DevelopmentEducation.ie is a development and human rights education resource maintained by a consortium of organisations based in Ireland, including: 80:20 Educating & Acting for a Better World, Aidlink, Concern Worldwide, IDEA, Irish Aid, Self-Help Africa and Trócaire.

This website contains a broad range of materials exploring a variety of development issues and topics such as genocide or fair trade, etc., that are discussed and debated, materials and ideas for teachers and educators, using cartoons and photographs in education for example, campaign actions such as on the Millennium Development Goals or Child Labour, plus a range of other materials including photo stories, Top 10s, annotated links, world book reviews and much, much more. We hope that you will enjoy exploring...

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2 weeks ago

Eight numbers we should all be aware of... For more on consumption see http://www.developmenteducation.ie/consumption/

A 60-second summary on how much food we are wasting around the world.

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A 60-second summary on how much food we are wasting around the world.

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3 weeks ago

Thanks for reminding us of this video National Youth Council of Ireland...In the build up to the world cup this weekend, meet Fred - football fan and inventor

The film tells the story of Fred Tembo from Garden Compound (Township) in Lusaka, Zambia. Just like many other young people of similiar age, Fred has a great...

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1 month ago

We've reached 200 'Likes'! Thanks everyone! Please do continue to like and share our posts. Here's a song to celebrate - its not Friday night, I know. But this song makes a Tuesday morning feel like a Friday afternoon. #positiveafrica. Enjoy :)

https://www.facebook.com/TheBusyTwist http://soundcloud.com/thebusytwistmusic London based producers The Busy Twist release their irresistibly joyous 'Friday...

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1 month ago

Don't forget to bring your passport if you're heading to Temple Bar this weekend...

Ex-Israeli soldiers hold a striking photography exhibition in the Gallery of Photography, Dublin from June 19th-29th 2014. The exhibition reveals the reality...

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2 months ago

Humza Yousaf MSP | SNP Standing up for Glasgow supporting Development Education with 80:20's Colm Regan at the roundtable discussion on the Post 2015 International Development agenda today in Brussels

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2 months ago

DevelopmentEducation.ie shared National Youth Council of Ireland's photo.

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2 months ago

So, will you be voting tomorrow?

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4 months ago

600+ students at today's #worldwiseconf. Great to be here with Worldwise Global Schools and everyone else

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4 months ago

DevelopmentEducation.ie updated their cover photo.

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4 months ago

In the wake of International Day of Happiness, lets keep the happiness going into the weekend with this chooon from The Busy Twist #positiveafrica. Enjoy!

https://www.facebook.com/TheBusyTwist http://soundcloud.com/thebusytwistmusic London based producers The Busy Twist release their irresistibly joyous 'Friday...

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5 months ago

In anticipation of International Women's Day tomorrow, here are our Fast Facts on women in the world today (plus many more links also) http://goo.gl/b4QeeJ

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5 months ago

Incredibly powerful video from Save the Children imagining if what has happened in Syria were to happen in London through a year in the life of a young girl. 'Its easy to forget that Syria was a middle income country, where children enjoyed the benefits of education, healthcare and other basic rights our children take for granted', Jack Lundie of Save the Children

A young girl's life gets turned upside-down in this tragic second a day video. Could this ever happen in the UK? This is what war does to children. Find out ...

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5 months ago

Bill Nye the Science Guy gets to busting some myths about Aid #stopthemyth

Bill Nye dispels myths about poverty, health, and foreign aid. Read more about myths that block progress for the poor in my 2014 annual letter: http://b-gat....

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5 months ago

Its #FairtradeFortnight2014 folks! Wondering whats going on? Looking for resources on Fairtrade? Look no further... http://goo.gl/6z3yAA

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5 months ago

The simple ratio of 32:1 actually represents a lot. Do you know what it is? *hint - you might find the answer here...

For more information and full references see: http://www.developmenteducation.ie/consumption Don't forget to check out Part 2. Illustration and Animation by ...

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5 months ago

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