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A further thank you to @TonykDaly for his lovely presentation and general enthusiasm last night at the webinar. Looking forward to addressing topic 6 with the excellent resources provided at http://developmenteducation.ie.

Two-thirds of Irish children want to study climate change  https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/arid-40718265.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

BREAKING: Historic ruling on harmful effects of climate change on children’s rights, the CRC Committee @UNChildRights1 found that a State party can be held responsible for the negative impact of its carbon emissions on the rights of children within and outside its territory.

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About Us

The Politics and Society Teachers’ Association of Ireland (P.A.S.TA.I.) was founded in January 2017 by the Phase 1 pilot teachers from over 40 schools across the country. Our aims are to provide accessible educational resources and local and regional in-service sessions for teachers of Politics and Society. Our association also provides a voice for Politics and Society teachers, via a formal body that enables them to actively liaise with relevant educational partners, such as the Teaching Council and State Exams Commission etc

Contact Us

If you are a current teacher of Politics and Society and would like to join our association and receive e-mail updates of upcoming in-services, then please e-mail the national coordinator on the e-mail below or alternatively you can register via our website. Membership is an annual fee of €20.