Sowing Seeds of Peace: a GCE Resource on Hunger as a Consequence of War

This resource is for post primary school teachers who wish to facilitate understanding of the interconnection between war and hunger. It will support teachers to explore critical topics such as the global arms trade, global hunger, and peace, through participatory and active learning methodologies which will be engaging and emotive for students.

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Date for Your Diary

Afri Doolough Famine Walk will take place on Saturday, May 18th, 2024. Please check back closer to the date for further details.

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Reflections from Afri’s 35th Famine Walk

The 35th annual Famine Walk took place via the Doolough Valley in County Mayo on Saturday, May 20th. Renowned singer turned Independent Senator Frances Black, was among this year’s walk leaders.  A strong advocate for social justice, Senator Black is the first female Independent from the Seanad’s panel system in the history of the state. Frances is the founder of the RISE Foundation and also the Chairperson and a founder member of the recently launched Irish Anti-Apartheid Campaign for Palestine.

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