Looking Towards 2021, A Blog Series.

We ask a number of experts to give their take on what may lie ahead in the coming months.

14 Jan 2021

To kickstart 2021, Dóchas has invited a number of experts and advisors in global and European policy, inequality, human rights and humanitarian action to share their wisdom on the key issues and trends civil society should be aware of over the coming 12 months.

While there is much to be concerned about and a tremendous amount of work to be done, there are important nuggets of hope to be found in each piece.

All of the pieces can be found in our Blog section or can be accessed below.

A Year of Possibility? Reasons to be Cheerful in 2021 - Mary Lawlor, UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights Defenders.

Hope is not Above us, Its all Around us - Ben Phillips, author of How to Fight Inequality and an advisor to the United Nations, governments and civil society organisations

Three Reasons to be Hopeful - David McNair, Executive Director, Global Policy, The ONE Campaign

2021. No Second Chance - Ignacio Packer, Executive Director International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA)

Off to a Better Start? The EU and Development Cooperation - Andrew Sherriff, The European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM)



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