To understand the impact of our work we have conducted several research pieces which can be viewed below:
By Kearns, M & O’ Halloran, RReport on the Initial Mapping of Development Education in the Adult & Community Education Sector
Melíosa BrackenThe power of language and the language of power: exploring discourses of development education in policies underpinning adult and community education
Melíosa BrackenCase Study today of a Strategic Partnership Approach to Development Education for the Adult and Community Education sector
The SDG Advocate Training is an 8 month Development Education project for people in the nonformal adult and community sector. The project is designed to allow participants to deepen their understanding of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals, represent the project internationally and lead transformative change in Ireland.SDG Advocate Training Stories of Action
Development Perspectives, EIL and Creativity and Change.
This ‘Bank of Actions’ resource has been designed in the context of returned international volunteers participating in the Global Citizen Award programme but can be used by anyone looking for creative inspiration to take action. It is designed as a toolkit for engaging the public in global justice issues in meaningful ways that can help bring about positive change in our world.
This blog is based on ideas, suggestions and queries raised as part of a joint webinar on trends, good practice ideas and entry points for anyone interested in producing Development Education (DE) resources in an Adult and Community Education (ACE) context.
This webinar which involved over 50 people was held on the 22 April 2020 and was led by Stephanie Kirwan and Tony Daly. This short blog brings you some of our follow up recommendations for further reading and engagement.
members of the GLEN networkExploring Critical Non-Formal Pedagogies in Diverse Contexts
Since our establishment we have tried to record our learning, the impact we are making and the general progress of our work. This strategic plan signals the continuation of that trend as it charts and maps out a vision of our work (2019 – 2023) and signposts externally our intentions.Strategy 2019 - 2023
Dörte PommereningSDG Challenge: Independent Evaluation Report(2018)
Sheila CoyleMost Significant Change: Insight 2016
Patrice Thomas, Alan PhelanMeasuring the Impact of Development Perspective’s Insight Programme on Participants’ Active Citizenship (2015)
Aoife KirkDevelopment Perspectives Insight 2015 Evaluation Report
Margaret DowneyDevelopment Perspectives The Story So Far Impact enquiry (2006-2009)