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Press release: Civilians must be protected as Syrian conflict escalates


Dóchas – The Irish Association of Non-Governmental Development Organisations

 Friday, 7th April 2017

Press release: Impact of Brexit on international development must not be forgotten


Dóchas – The Irish Association of Non-Governmental Development Organisations

 Thursday 6th April 2017

Dóchas joins over 230 civil society organisations calling for the 'Europe We Want'


Dóchas has signed up, along with 230 other civil society organisations, to a statement drafted by WWF EUETUC,

How we’re fighting for gender equality this International Women’s Day


As we gather to mark International Women’s Day, we want to highlight some of the ways that Dóchas members are working towards the achievement of gender equality. 

Coalition2030 – Working Together to Transform the World


Last week, Dóchas was proud to take part in the official launch of Coalition2030 in the Mansion House in Dublin.

Dóchas submission on Brexit


Dóchas has produced a submission on the implications of Brexit for internatio

CONCORD AidWatch Report 2016


CONCORD's annual AidWatch Report assesses the quality and quantity of oversea

Attitudes towards development cooperation in Ireland


Dóchas members commissioned research in 2013 on public attitudes to developme

Dochas Submission to 2016 General Election Manifestos of Irish Political Parties


In the autumn of 2015, politicians across Ireland are slowly turning their at