Posts filed under ‘Government’
Three pointers for EU Development Ministers, as they meet in Brussels.
Does Irish overseas aid really make a difference?
We asked five TDs and Senators who have travelled to Africa to tell us their personal experiences.
This is what they said.
Guest blog by Professor Ray Murphy of the Irish Centre for Human Rights, NUI Galway, looking at the failings of the International Criminal Court – and inviting the reader to the Summer School on this topic.
A large, multi-national, multi-site, multi-agency exercise in civil-military cooperation is taking place, and Irish NGOs are in the midst of it. – This blog post sets out the background, lets you watch fictitious TV, and invites you to read up on “civil-military cooperation”, or CIMIC.
A short overview of what the current review of Irish foreign policy is about, and what some NGOs and Irish academics have said on the matter.
(And an invitation to contribute to the debate)
An overview of NGO responses to the Government’s Budget plans for 2014.
Guest blog by Conor Quinn on a new campaign which seeks to raise public awareness on abuses of children’s rights.
Irish NGOs call on Government to back up its new International Development Policy by keeping Ireland’s aid promise
Irish NGOs have called on the Government to protect the ODA budget, saying Budget 2014 is an opportunity to demonstrate the strength of Ireland’s commitment to the new Government Policy for International Development, “One World, One Future.”
An invitation to join the discussions about “Open Government” in Ireland. And why Open Data is important for Development Cooperation.
On 9 May, exactly one week after the Government launched its new “Policy for International Development”, the Seanad debated the new policy with Minister Joe Costello.