WWGS in the news!

It is fantastic to see the work that schools are doing in GCE being shared with wider audiences. We love seeing your school in the news!

Here are some examples below!

Carrick-on-Suir’s Comeragh College community school has received a Global Citizen’s Passport award from the WorldWise Global Schools initiative for its work in raising awareness of climate change and global justice issues among its students

"Tipperary post-primary school earns WorldWise Global Schools award" 


Two North Kerry schools, including one in Listowel, have been recognised in recent days for their commitment to global citizenship education. They received this recognition for a host of reasons, including their interest in and exploration of both Fairtrade and the UN's Goals of Sustainable living, focussing on interpendendence.

"Local schools bag passport success" 


Students from nine schools across the county were awarded a prestigious national award in recognition of their work in promoting global justice and an equal world.

"Students awarded for promoting equal world"


Over 400 students and teachers representing 60 secondary schools from across the country attended the Irish Aid WorldWise Global Schools Conference in Thomond Park.

"Young people rewarded for highlighting global issues"  


The 5th annual World Wise Global Schools Conference will give secondary school students a platform to speak out on critical global issues such as climate change, reducing inequality and ethical production.

"City to host major schools conference"


WASTE AWAY: Lucy O'Neill, from Loreto Fermoy, Cork, with her project to reduce plastic usage in her school, at the WorldWise Global Schools Annual Conference in Croke Park.

" Waste Away "