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80-20 Development in an Unequal World, 7th Edition

New and completely revised edition of the popular development education resource – now widely used at introductory university level, among teachers and students at senior post-primary level, by NGO personnel in education and training as well as in adult and youth education contexts. 80-20 introduces, explores and debates key issues and topics in human development, human … More 80-20 Development in an Unequal World, 7th Edition


Thinking Art Making Art in Development and Human Rights Education

Price: €5 Thinking Art Making Art explores the use of art in human rights and development education within a number of different settings. It explores the educational benefits of art and provides case studies of various art based methodologies from a decade of practice by 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World, that can … More Thinking Art Making Art in Development and Human Rights Education


Debating Aid: A Development Education Resource

Is aid a duty or an option? What are our international obligations? Does aid work or is it a waste of resources? Is NGO aid more effective than government aid? What is Ireland’s role in the international aid debate? Aid and celebrities, aid and justice, aid and trade, aid and corruption – what are the … More Debating Aid: A Development Education Resource


Think Again poster set (x3 posters and guide to using posters)

How do we understand the debate on overseas aid? Is it a duty or an option? For each of us or the government? Does aid work: what is its value and impact?   These are just some of the questions explored in this development education campaign based around the Think Again posters and accompanying this … More Think Again poster set (x3 posters and guide to using posters)


The Lives We Live: Women and Human Development in Zambia: Issues and Debates – a photopack

Price: €12 This photopack focuses on the issues of women’s rights in Zambia today. Through the use of 32 photographs, a range of different activities, a set of key facts and divergent viewpoints, the resource explores and debates issues such as education, work, HIV and AIDS, and how they impact on women’s lives. Though focused … More The Lives We Live: Women and Human Development in Zambia: Issues and Debates – a photopack


Exploring Genocide: Educational Issues and Challenges

Price: €5 An educational resource and accompanying set of x3 posters developed in conjunction with a public wall mural exploring the topic of genocide in a number of contexts. Exploring Genocide highlights the educational dimension of genocide, marks its consequences for those who died and those who survived, and explores the debate of whether events in … More Exploring Genocide: Educational Issues and Challenges


Northern Ireland: A Place Apart? Exploring Conflict, Peace and Reconciliation in these Islands

This resource provides a range of activities and information designed to encourage understanding of, and engagement with, issues of peace and reconciliation. Northern Ireland: A Place Apart? is an educational resource designed for use with students aged 14+, and is based upon three key ideas: The conflict in Northern Ireland is not just about Northern Ireland … More Northern Ireland: A Place Apart? Exploring Conflict, Peace and Reconciliation in these Islands


Five Fifty Five Hundred (5:50:500): Or How the World Rewards the Rich at the Expense of the Poor…and Where We Fit in!

What is 5:50:500? A CD-based Development Education resource exploring over 130 human rights and development topics. Over 130 Stimulus & Trigger Sheets In graphic format exploring a range of local and international topics from trade and trade related issues to human rights, women’s rights and international human rights instruments and agreements; environment and sustainable development; … More Five Fifty Five Hundred (5:50:500): Or How the World Rewards the Rich at the Expense of the Poor…and Where We Fit in!