In September 2015, world leaders from 193 countries came together to adopt the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs became the document to guide our social, economic and environmental actions to achieve a sustainable future by 2030. As a result, everyone has a responsibility in making the SDG agenda a reality.
Each month we send out a resource pack outlining relevant information about each SDG and details of upcoming workshops.Learn more »
The SDG Advocate Programme offers active citizens an opportunity to deepen their understanding of the United Nation's SDGs.Learn more »
The #SDGchallenge recognizes the potential of filmmakers in raising awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals in Ireland.Learn more »
Development Perspectives is a Development Education NGO and registered charity (No. 18555) based in Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland.
Bobby McCormack and Margaret Downey are the co-founders and the team is made up of a network of highly skilled and talented individuals with a background in both the formal and non-formal sectors. Together we combine our different talents, interests and perspectives to create a creative team of development workers who are not afraid to ‘think outside the box’ or challenge accepted norms.
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Stephanie Kirwan graduated with a BA in Health Promotion from Waterford Institute of Technology in 2014 and has since proceeded to undertake an MA in International Development. Stephanie has worked as both a facilitator and programme coordinator for development education NGO, Development Perspectives since 2012.
She has been invited to speak at numerous international events including UNESCO Week for Peace and Sustainable Development ,Civicus International Civil Society Week and GLEN, to highlight the importance of Global Citizenship Education.
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