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Thoughts from NGO networkers; working together to end world poverty.

On this blog, we post regular thoughts and opinions, based on our experiences as staff of Dóchas. We want to use this blog to start discussions on topics, and the views expressed are those of the authors, and not necessarily of Dóchas or its member organisations.








For Dochas Members - Survey Feedback & Ideas for Activities

author: 
membershipengagement
07 june 2017

Our members completed a survey in March 2017 and we're happy to share some of the findings in this short video. We're very grateful to all the inviduals who took the time to fill out this survey, and for the useful direction that you've provided on... Read more

For Dochas Members - Survey Feedback & Ideas for Activities

author: 
membershipengagement
07 june 2017

Our members completed a survey in March 2017 and we're happy to share some of the findings in this short video. We're very grateful to all the inviduals who took the time to fill out this survey, and for the useful direction that you've provided on... Read more

New resource for charities - free toolkit on Data Protection

author: 
membershipengagement
25 may 2017

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Offer for Dóchas Members: Leadership Coaching Programme

author: 
membershipengagement
18 may 2017

Photo: RawPixel on Unsplash.com Dóchas have an opportunity for our members to participate in a leadership training pilot programme, with facilitator, coach and consultant Catherine Vaughan. Read more

"The global economic model marches to the beat of those with extreme wealth" - Winnie Byanyima

author: 
comms
09 may 2017

Here's the fourth and final in our series of guest blogs, published in the lead up to our conference, Reclaiming the Story, which will take place this Friday 12th May in the Croke Park Conference Centre. We're asking leading figures across civil soci... Read more

Post Article 50 – what now for International Development and Humanitarian Action

author: 
comms
04 may 2017

Post Article 50 – what now for International Development and Humanitarian Action Today, Dóchas' Head of Programme and Policy, Louise Finan reflects on what impact Brexit might have on international development and humanitarian action. Read more

"NGOs are perceived as disconnected and even part of the problem" - Adriano Campolina

author: 
comms
25 april 2017

Here's the third in our series of guest blogs, that will be published in the lead up to our conference, Reclaiming the Story, which will take place on Friday 12th May in the Croke Park Conference Centre. We're asking leading figures across civil soci... Read more