Photographs are a really useful way for teachers to introduce a range of issues and ideas relating to global development.
Our Activities for Photos: Instructions and Guidelines on using photos aims to stimulate active discussion and critical thinking concerning issues that may be raised in different photographs.
They can also be used to address issues relating to images, prejudice and the media.
Does climate change impact everyone in the world equally? (Photo gallery to accompany Lent 2016 Primary and Post-Primary resources)
Does climate change impact everyone in the world equally? (Photo gallery to accompany Lent 2015 Primary resources)
Does everyone have equal access to water? (Photo gallery to accompany Lent 2014 Primary resources)
Maji Pack on Water: Early Year's Educator's Resource to help you introduce the issue of climate change to young children.
This photo set on the Horn of Africa food crisis in 2008 and this photo set on Pakistan floods survivors 2010 can be used with our climate change resources to give your post primary students a further insight into the lives of families and communities who are being affected by climate change.
Watch a selection of Trócaire videos to accompany our resources and showcase some of our Education videos album on Vimeo.
View Lent TV ads from over the years in our Lent TV ads album on Vimeo.