Blog archive

7.05.19

"We face global challenges, but we also have global plans" - Senator Alice-Mary Higgins

This is the seventh and final contribution in a series of blogs that we have published around the theme of the Dóchas Conference 2019…
29.04.19

"The growing threat to multilateralism"

By Deirdre de Burca
25.04.19

Reflections from International Civil Society Week 2019

By Suzanne Keatinge, Dóchas CEO
23.04.19

"Civil society is the ultimate antidote to populism"

by Deborah Doane, Rights CoLab
23.04.19

"System change in international cooperation"

by Laura Sullivan, Executive Director of WeMove.EU
16.04.19

"Policy coherence is vital; otherwise we will continue to give with one hand and take with the other"

by Maureen O'Sullivan, Independent TD for Dublin Central
11.04.19

Brexit: Under any scenario, UK and EU aid will be affected

by Emmanuel De Groof & Andrew Sherriff, ECDPM 
11.04.19

Unpacking ‘A Better World’ with Nicola Brennan of Irish Aid

The Irish government launched ‘A Better World’, its new policy for international development, in February after a substantial consultation…
8.04.19

"Before civil society can figure out how to bring the Irish public along with it, it must decide which Irish public it wants to appeal to"

by Éilis Ryan, Dublin City Councillor and European Parliament candidate for the Workers' Party
1.04.19

"Accept the gravity of climate change"

by Dr Lorna Gold
12.02.19

Silence is not an Option: Reflections from Dóchas Safeguarding Seminar

by Suzanne Keatinge, Dóchas CEO, and Muireann Kiranne, Dóchas Membership Engagement Manager
7.02.19

Reflections from Dóchas Awards 2018 Winners

As we get stuck into priorities for 2019, we took some time to catch up with the winners of the Dóchas Awards 2018 to provide some…
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