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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

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

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4 weeks 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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1 month 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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1 month 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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2 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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2 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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2 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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2 months ago

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

Looking for an opportunity to travel overseas and learn something too? Why not sign up to Development Perspectives Insight Programme for this year

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3 months ago

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3 months ago

As part of our partner IDEA's ‘Challenging the Crisis’ project, applications are now open to join our Young Global Advocates group (aged 18-30) - check it out and share! Deadline to apply is 7 February #globalCTC http://ow.ly/siz71

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3 months ago

'The richest 85 people in the world have wealth equal to that of half of the global population. Analysis by Oxfam shows the super-rich are worth a combined €1.21 trillion - equal to that of the poorest 3.5 billion on the planet'. Incredible figures published today in the Metro Herald...

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DevelopmentEducation.ieThe original report from Oxfam can be found here http://policy-practice.oxfam.org.uk/publications/…3 months

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