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Dóchas Wednesday News Issue 20 20th May 2015

20-05-2015

Find out about the latest development sector events, workshops, courses and job vacancies in this week's Dóchas Wednesday News.

 

 

The Sustainable Development Goals: an invitation to radical change?

21-05-2015

For some time now, Dóchas has been involved in discussions with governments and NGOs about a new set of global "Sustainable Development Goals".

Dochas Global Citizen of the Year and Innovative Programme of the Year Award Winners

21-05-2015

The inaugural Dóchas Awards ceremony took place Thursday 7th May 2015 at the Dóchas Annual Conference in Croke Park.

 

Latin American and Caribbean civil society organisations call for equality, rights and democratic participation for the peoples of Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean

21-05-2015

On the 19 & 20th March this year,  Latin American and Caribbean civil society organisations  issued a “ Brussels Declaration”  calling for equality, rights and democratic partcipation in the La

Gach eolas a theastaigh uait maidir leis na Spriocanna Forbartha Inbhuanaithe ach go raibh faitíos ort a iarraidh

20-05-2015

Irish launguage version of the Dóchas Guide to the SDGs: "Everything you want

The Sustainable Development Goals: an invitation to radical change?

21-05-2015

For some time now, Dóchas has been involved in discussions with governments and NGOs about a new set of global "Sustainable Development Goals".

Latin American and Caribbean civil society organisations call for equality, rights and democratic participation for the peoples of Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean

21-05-2015

On the 19 & 20th March this year,  Latin American and Caribbean civil society organisations  issued a “ Brussels Declaration”  calling for equality, rights and democratic partcipation in the La

7 reasons why ‘overseas aid’ is important for Ireland’s future

05-05-2015
There is plenty of evidence that international aid is making huge differences for millions of people around the world. UN and OECD reports show that aid from Ireland is helping to scale-up local efforts to save lives, educate children, develop livelihoods, stimulate growth, build democratic societies and promote peace and security.

Nepal Earthquake: Lessons learnt from responding to earthquakes

27-04-2015

On Saturday 25 April 2015, a magnitude 7.9 earthquake struck the Himalayan nation of Nepal, killing over 3,000 people, destroying homes and buildings across the country and setting off a deadly ava

NGO reactions to the Mediterranean boat crisis

23-04-2015
An overview of Dóchas member statements on the crisis

Gach eolas a theastaigh uait maidir leis na Spriocanna Forbartha Inbhuanaithe ach go raibh faitíos ort a iarraidh

20-05-2015

Irish launguage version of the Dóchas Guide to the SDGs: "Everything you want

Dochas Food security and Livelihoods Working Group Paper on Climate Smart Agriculture

13-05-2015
The creation of the Global Alliance on Climate Smart Agriculture (GACSA) wa

Dochas Annual Report 2014

13-05-2015

An overview of what Dóchas has achieved in 2014.

Dochas Financial Accounts 2014

13-05-2015

Dóchas Financial statements for 2014

Dóchas Annual Conference 2015 Microsoft Presentation

11-05-2015

Dóchas Conference presentation given by Kate Krukiel, Director of Strategic P