Communicating Development

"We need to work better together, take a stand on key issues as one voice, and support one another" - Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen

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comms
11 april 2017

Here's the second 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 soc... Read more

Searching for a new aid narrative - reflections from Bond UK’s conference

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comms
30 march 2017

Dóchas CEO, Suzanne Keatinge, reflects on her experiences at the Bond Conference in London last week (20 & 21st March 2017). There was a great buzz about change and innovation at Bond UK’s London conference last week, where over 1200 delegates fr... Read more

25 September 2015: UN agrees to "Leave No-One Behind."

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Media
25 september 2015

Hans Zomer blogs from the UN Summit in New York where world leaders are meeting to agree the new Global Sustainable Development Goals A group of representatives of Irish NGOs have arrived in New York where, today, the193 member countries of the Unite... Read more

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The Irish Development Education Sector

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Media
10 september 2015

The Irish Development Education sector is alive and well, and has been praised internationally for being of high quality. (At present, the sector is the subject of a peer review process, the results of which will be available in the autumn) Read more

What is The World's Best News?

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comms
27 august 2015

Naomi Linehan, Media Officer for Dóchas and The European Year for Development, gives her thoughts on The World's Best News  Read more

Don’t like an NGO ad? – Do something about it!

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Media
23 june 2015

What can you do if you feel that an Irish organisation is over-simplifying or deliberately misrepresenting the situation in a developing country? Simple: you have the right to let them know you are not happy! And here's how to go about it: Read more