Webinar 29 Sept: The Economics of Care work in a Capitalist EconomyWhy 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)
Launch event 31 Aug: Catch Them If You Can – new reportJoin 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
Event Aug 25th: Profiting at all costs? Investing ethically as if people and planet mattersJoin us for a lively discussion that will explore ethical finance, community institutions and investing in a fairer and safer world for everyone
Valerie Lewis announced as chairperson of 80:2080:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World is delighted to announce education and curriculum specialist Valerie Lewis as the new chairperson of the human rights and development education non-governmental organisation
Webinar 9th July: East Coast Doughnuts and Community EconomicsJoining the conversation will be Dr Julian Manley of The University of Lancashire. Dr Manley current research focuses on the social value aspect of working and living co-cooperatively and the Preston Model
Webinar 2nd July: East Coast Doughnuts and Community EconomicsJoin us for a two-part series on 2nd and 9th July 2020, with Common Ground Bray, Dublin Food Co-op and 80:20 on community economics in an unequal world during a time of Covid-19
Workshop 15th Feb: Catch Them If You CanJoin us for an interactive workshop to learn and co-collaborate and on designing responses to global finance and radical inequalities!
An open letter from civil society to the World Bank and its donors80:20 joined 173 civil society organizations, national education coalitions and unions, based in 63 different countries from every continent in the world in signing a public letter in support of development aid going to free, quality public education.
45% off – October back to school discountThe back to school discount applies to all resources/posters for the month of October.
Event Sept 29th: Food Stories at Bray Literary Festival 2019Join us at the Bray Literary Festival 2019 in welcoming local direct provision residents to chat about food stories and food journeys, as well as sampling some food in the Harbour Bar, Bray.