Development Effectiveness

The Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation Second High Level Meeting Nairobi 2016 – A Perspective

author: 
comms
09 january 2017

  Our guest blogger today is Justin Kilcullen, Civil Society Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE) former Co-Chair and former Director of Trócaire. Justin attended the Second High Level Meeting in Nairobi in November and was directly invo... Read more

The Irish Development Education Sector

author: 
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

Improving Standards Through Self-Regulation

author: 
Media
10 september 2015

Dr Sue-Anne Wallace, Vice-President of the International Humanitarian Quality Assurance Initiative, and Chair of the Australian Council for International Development Code of Conduct, gives an overview of research she recently conducted to investigate... Read more

Disability and Development Working Group meet Disability Activists from Vietnam

author: 
Media
27 july 2015

By Francis Flood, Programme and Advocacy Manager at CBM Ireland, and Fiona Coyle, Programme Officer, Dóchas Read more

The slow re-configuring of the global institutional landscape on development, but in what direction?

A second Guest Post by Siobhán Airey, doctoral researcher in international law and aid at the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, Canada, as she gives her thoughts on the unfolding of the 3rd Financing for Development Summit  taking place this week... Read more

At Addis: More regulation needed for role of private sector in development?

author: 
Media
13 july 2015

Guest Post by Siobhán Airey, doctoral researcher in international law and aid at the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, Canada. Read more

Five things you need to know about the Addis Summit

author: 
Media
08 july 2015

  1.    In Addis Ababa, the world is being asked to decide on how it will finance our common future. The conference in Addis Ababa is the third international conference where world leaders look specifically at how to finance the global agreements... Read more