Wellbeing

This resource sheet strives to introduce to you the area of wellbeing as a global justice issue but also how we integrate global justice into the Wellbeing Framework.

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Food & Growing

We live in a world where over 800 million people go to bed hungry yet we produce 1.5 times enough food to feed people on the planet.

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Direct Provision

Direct Provision is the system used to accommodate and provide basic welfare to people seeking asylum in Ireland.

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Racial Justice

Racism is when an individual, group, structure or institution intentionally (or unintentionally) abuses their power to the detriment of people, because of their action or perceived “racialised background. 

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Migration and Seeking Assylum

Globally there are more people on the move than ever before. These are people who were mostly forced to flee their own countries due to climate change, demographics, instability, growing inequality, terrorism, conflict and aspirations for a better life.

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Stereotype Workshops

Exploring stereotypes is a good way to introduce issues of equality including themes of racial justice, discrimination, gender equality, LGBTQi etc Here’s a couple of past workshops we have done that have worked well: Workshop plan: Stereotypes workshop Workshop with second level students Stereotypes with students Workshop with teachers in training Stereotype presentation for teachers in training Labelling game sticker …

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