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13th July 2021
Join us! Graphic Design and Web Development Officer role

80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World is a non-governmental organisation that promotes popular education on human development and human rights through education & action projects, research and partnership work. Find out more. Want to collaborate? Get in touch. In times like these, your support makes our work possible. If you can, please consider … More Home

10th May 2021
Join us! Trustees, Treasurer, Finance Administrator roles

A number of new opportunities have opened in May, including trustees, treasurer and finance administration roles in 80:20.

30th September 2020
Want to end the gender pay gap? Become a Procurement Officer! - posters

80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World is a non-governmental organisation that promotes popular education on human development and human rights through education & action projects, research and partnership work. Find out more. Want to collaborate? Get in touch. In times like these, your support makes our work possible. If you can, please consider … More Home

27th September 2020
Webinar 29 Sept: The Economics of Care work in a Capitalist Economy

Why is the very labour that is at the heart of our economy underpaid and what are the solutions? Join us for an open discussion led by Ursula Barry (UCD) and Aoife Smith (The Great Care Co-op)

30th August 2020
Launch event 31 Aug: Catch Them If You Can - new report

Join us for an afternoon talk to launch 80:20's new briefing paper on the challenges of achieving financial justice, the facts on aid vs actual financial flows to rich countries and a take on all of this from Times of Malta journalist Bertrand Borg and legendary political cartoonist Brick, aka John Stuart Clark

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