DP TV (Development Perspectives Television) documentaries explore issues affecting our communities from a local and global perspective.
'Spirit' explores the work of The Medical Missionaries of Mary at home and overseas.
The Sisters have provided a powerful insight into the legacy of their work, through interviews with the filmmakers.
The short documentary includes contributions from LMFM presenter Gerry Kelly, former Trócaire CEO Justin Kilcullen
and Dr. Conor Mulvagh, UCD.
Development Perspectives is a non-profit NGO based in Drogheda.
Find out more about the making of this documentary at The making of 'Spirit'
Download the Spirit Educational Resource
The SDGchallenge is an exciting new development education
project which aims to raise awareness of the United Nations
Sustainable Development Goals.
The #SDGchallenge is a 17 month long project. It will allow you to gain a deeper understanding of each of the Global Goals. But we want you to do more than to learn about them, we want you to be part of them – Join our growing community of active citizens and take the challenge!
Sign up today and begin your SDG journey.
Find out more at: www.developmentperspectives.ie/SDGChallenge
A group of Irish and Tanzanians take part in 'Insight', a development education programme from Drogheda-based NGO Development Perspectives, in partnership with Uvikiuta in Tanzania. This documentary follows their learning journey over 8 months in 2015. 'Insight' was produced by Development Perspectives, directed by Bobby McCormack, shot and edited by Blaine Rennicks with original music composed by Darius McGann.
Salmon of Knowledge looks at the plight of salmon and of salmon fishing on the river Boyne, Ireland. Development Perspectives is an non-profit NGO based in Drogheda. Join the discussion at www.facebook.com/DevelopmentPerspectives Video directed and co-produced by Bobby McCormack. Shot and edited by Blaine Rennicks. Visual Artist - Vivienne Byrne.
In the midst of GM potato trials in Carlow, 'Food For Thought' looks at the GM debate from both a local and global context and asks if it can be a tool for positive development. Development Perspectives is a non-profit NGO based in Drogheda. Join the discussion at www.facebook.com/DevelopmentPerspectives Video directed and co-produced by Deirdre Hurley. Shot and edited by Blaine Rennicks. Co-Produced by Bobby McCormack. Visual Artist - Vivienne Byrne.