Publications

For 80:20, education is a necessary, vital and intrinsic part of the overall agenda for international justice, human development and human rights – it is never an ‘optional extra’. We develop, co-produce and publish books, digital media and print resources across a variety of key human development and education issues.

Policy submission / Civic, Social and Political Education (CSPE) short course draft specification consultation

Joint-submission from Concern Worldwide and 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World to Civic, Social and Political Education (CSPE) short course draft specification consultation, National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA). Submission date: January 23, 2014 Download: CSPE Joint Submission Concern and 8020 (PDF)


Policy submission / Our Communities: A Framework Policy for Local and Community Development in Ireland

80:20 submission to the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government on the draft document Our Communities: a Framework Policy for Local and Community Development in Ireland. Submission date: April 10, 2015 Download: Our Communities, 80:20 submission (PDF)


Research / An Audit of Development Education Resources

As part of its work programme for 2012, the developmenteducation.ie Consortium agreed to undertake an audit of available development education resources produced in Ireland as part of a broader agenda of building up an annotated online database of such resources. This research survey forms the basis of an audit covering the 12-year period 2000-2012 and … More Research / An Audit of Development Education Resources


5:50:500

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; wealth and poverty; injustice and inequality; views … More 5:50:500


Policy submission / An Cosán: Teachers’ Continuing Professional Development

The name Cosán, the Irish word for pathway, has been chosen to reflect the fact that learning is, fundamentally, a journey, and one in which the act of travelling on that journey is more important than the destination. In other words, Cosán is about steady and ongoing progress, rather than elusive perfection. With that in … More Policy submission / An Cosán: Teachers’ Continuing Professional Development