Junior Cycle - Civic, Social and Political Education

 

 

 

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SCOOP Foundation 

 

To celebrate the launch of our Education Resource for Secondary School students, we are presenting a screening of the documentary:

 

 

 

Documentray tells the story of three families living in contemporary Cambodia as they face hard choices forced by rapid development and struggle to maintain their traditional ways of life as the modern world closes in around them. 

 

Winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize

 


 

Date & Venue

 

Tuesday 15th July. The Sugar Club, Leeson St. Dublin 2 from  6.30 - 9.30pm.  

 


 

Programme Agenda

 

Guest Speakers 7.00pm

 

  •                 Natasha McAvinney, SCOOP’s Education Officer, speaks of her experiences working in our partner school in Cambodia
  •                 Emma Gleeson of Clean Clothes Campaign discusses their campaign for trade justice and how schools can get involved
  •                 TBC of Comhlamh, Ireland’s leading organisation for Development workers, on the importance of Development Education

 

Short Interactive Workshop: 7.30pm

 

  •                  Incorporating some of our school resource's activities.

 

Themes include exploring the perception people have of developing countries, the development dilemma, business and philanthropy, garment factory work and agricultural/ education. 

 

The resource itself will be free to download from our website and can be used by teachers during the school term

 

8pm  Documentary Screening: 

 


 

The event is open to all and is free of charge. Whether you can make one or both parts of the evening we encourage you to come along. Any enquiries please do not hesitate to contact Sarah Holian at sarahholian@scoopofoundation.com or on 0862151191. We look forward to welcoming you to our event.

 

 


 

The NCCA are developing a short course in CSPE. See  the NCCA website for details.