Are you interested in social, environmental, and economic issues both at home and abroad? If so, you should consider applying for a place on this year’s SDG Advocate Training, which is part of Saolta, an innovative Development Education programme geared toward those already operating within the Adult and Community Education Sector and who would like to learn more about these topics.
Development Perspectives has partnered with AONTAS, Concern Worldwide, Irish Rural Link and the Department of Adult and Community Education at Maynooth University to design and deliver SAOLTA. “Saolta” is a new strategic partnership with Irish Aid. Other elements of the journey include coaching and mentoring as well as the design and delivery of innovative action projects across the country.
See information and application form at https://www.developmentperspectives.ie/advocate.html
“Education needs to be transformative in order to be truly effective - this is what we offer through Saolta. We believe that informed and engaged citizens are best placed to address complex social, economic and environmental issues and working with a variety of multipliers throughout Irish society is the best way to support these active citizens.” Bobby McCormack Director of Development Perspectives.
Development Perspectives is an independent Development Education non-governmental organisation (NGO) and a registered charity (CHY18555). Development Perspectives is based in Drogheda works with partners all over both Ireland and the world.
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For further information, please contact:
Margaret Downey – SDG Advocate Training Co-ordinator
Address - Development Perspectives, 10 North Quay, Drogheda.
Twitter - @devperspectives
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DevelopmentPerspectives
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