Let's act together to transform our world
Our team believe that by tackling the root causes of injustice and poverty, locally and globally, that we can create a bright and sustainable future for all. Work with us, looking through the lens of the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals to learn more about Climate Justice, Sustainable Agriculture, Gender Equality and Ethical Trade.
Our programme is funded by Irish Aid.
For more information on our education programme or to book workshops, contact [email protected] or phone (01) 677 8880
Self Help Africa is committed to safeguarding the wellbeing of children while they are participating in events run by or on behalf of Self Help Africa. Self Help Africa adheres to the requirements of the Children First Act 2015 (“CFA”) and the National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children, 2017 (“Children First Guidance, 2017”) developed by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs and also requires those who run events on its behalf to do so.
Explore our student workshops, use the teacher tool kits and consider CPD training. Visit our programme work in Africa, host one of our educational photo exhibitions in your school.
In our interactive and participatory Global Citizenship Education workshops we examine issues relating to Sustainable Agriculture, Climate Justice, Gender Equality and Ethical Trade, featuring examples from our programmes in Africa.
Let us reach you through interactive workshops, use self guided practical activities which have a sharp focus on social justice, climate change and sustainability.
Engagements for students include workshops, practical activities, videos and quizzes in areas such as Digital Citizenship, Climate Action and featuring examples from our programmes in Africa. Learn how we can make a positive impact and create a better world.
Science for Development
Enter a science project to win a the Science for Development travel bursary award at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition. Join in Self Help Africa’s student project showcase, attend our 'Science for Development' webinar series.
Each year at the BTYSTE, the Irish Aid sponsored ‘Science for Development’ travel bursary award is presented; the winner travels to a Self Help Africa programme country. An annual showcase of selected student projects are exhibited in Iveagh House, a webinar series and ambassador programme create further opportunities for students and teachers to engage.
Workshops on global citizenship, short courses and more in-depth Social Justice modules for undergraduates, Masters of Education (PME) students, and CPD for staff.
Students in Ireland are increasingly engaging with global issues and we facilitate workshops for all Further and Higher Education disciplines. Focusing on active learning methodologies, global citizenship topics covered include Climate Justice, Gender Equality, and the Sustainable Development Goals.
For full course descriptors and tutor bio, contact [email protected]
Social Justice Module PME at Maynooth University
Watch a video for the Social Justice Module Professional Masters of Education, Maynooth University