Different Perspectives of DevelopmentVarying development perspectives
prospects for development
In essence, it is a development policy educational organization with the aim of involving individuals in the processes of development at home and abroad. - It'?s a constantly evolving one. - There is interdependence between individuals around the globe, as well as the issues they face. - At present, the worid is a very uneven place to be.
It is through personal and community reflections and actions that we can tackle and resolve the issues facing the planet. It is a place where human beings are living together in peaceful coexistence, in union with the natural environment, free from famine and impoverishment and ready to work together for a just, just and lasting one.
It is our task to engage individuals through an education and training program in community and globally in the study and management of societal, policy, environmental and business issues. Ensuring that development perspectives are an efficient and lasting learner organisation/network. Offer young and adult learners high value development education throughout Ireland in the non-formal education area.
Involving and involving target groups of multipliers/agents of transformation in development education programs in order to gain a greater understanding of the development challenge and to carry out efficient measures to reduce development aid levels of poor and disparities. Building management capacities within municipalities at home and abroad by offering education opportunities for those who want to become social entrepreneurs, innovators, sustainability, healthy and resistant.
Collaboration and cooperation in partnerships with various actors in the development industry at home and abroad in order to maximise the efficiency of development work and minimise double work. It is our goal to disrupt some of the thoughts of those around us about the outside worlds. As human beings, we have built opinions about the surrounding environment, and these opinions are in turn the outcome of conditioned by our own parent, teacher, our own families, the press, our contemporaries, and ultimately ourselves.
We' re seeing what we want to see to reinforce and confirm our vision of what the future should look like. It is our hopes to motivate individuals to reassess their perspectives, to look beyond the present situation in which we find ourselves and to find ways and means to make our worlds fairer and more equitable.