Workshop 29 Aug 2018: Getting beyond the click – tackling fake news through human rights education
Event Location: IDEA Office, 6 Gardiner Row, Dublin 1. Join us for Getting beyond the click – a workshop on tackling fake news through human rights education, Wednesday, 29 August 2018, 11.00am-1.00pm, in the IDEA Office. The session will be led by Tony Daly, co-author of #BeyondTheClick: a teaching toolkit for global digital citizenship, and co-ordinator of … More Workshop 29 Aug 2018: Getting beyond the click – tackling fake news through human rights education
Gráinne McGettrick announced as chairperson of 80:20
Human rights and social policy advocate Gráinne McGettrick has been announced as the new chairperson of human rights and development education non-governmental organisation 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World. Gráinne was appointed on June 12th, 2018 and takes over the role from Gerry Duffy, who has acted as chairperson since 2006. As with … More Gráinne McGettrick announced as chairperson of 80:20
80:20 and Pres College Bray selected as finalist for the first United Nations SDG Action Awards
The Awards recognize the most outstanding and innovative efforts to inspire action on the Sustainable Development Goals, a set of goals adopted by countries to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda.
Want a Sustainable World? Build It.
Darragh Domican reports from the frontline of a major whole-school exercise that used Minecraft to review how the Sustainable Development Goals agenda can challenge his school community in Presentation College Bray as part of the Let’s Talk initiative.
Clearly, there is work to be done.
Senator Patrick Dodson introduces the 7th edition of 80-20 Development in an Unequal World in his foreword to the book, first published in the print edition in November 2016.
‘Does anyone know what happened in Australia on January 26th 1788?’
30 students from Woodbrook College, Presentation College Bray and Loreto Secondary School Bray took part in a joint workshop at Loreto on November 16th, exploring Aboriginal affairs, migration and issues from an Australian context led by Dom Ofner of the Edmund Rice Centre, Sydney.
The post-truth is out there. Join us at the Bray Literary Festival
We're delighted to be taking part in the inaugural Bray Literary Festival 2017 in an event that's free and open to all - drop in and join the conversation on the post-truth world (not just UK and United States of America...).