Posts filed under ‘NGOs’
Second article by Dr. Enida Friel, from the Melbourne AIDS conference and in the aftermath of the crash of Malaysia Airlines MH17.
The second article, in a series of reflections on how Irish NGOs communicate “development” and “poverty”, and whether the way they speak about their work in fact skews public perceptions of global issues.
The first of a series of reflections on how Irish NGOs communicate “development” and “poverty”, and whether the way they speak about their work in fact skews public perceptions of global issues.
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.
Tom Roche of Just Forests reacts to Siobhán McGee’s article on changing business attitudes to development.
Siobhán McGee, Fellow in Business and Development at the UCD School of Business, reflects on whether there is a bias amongst business people against doing business with Africa, and whether that stops Irish businesses from engaging with the opportunities on the continent.
Rob Kevlihan discusses his idea that aid and social services can contribute to peace indirectly by contributing to changes within insurgent movements.
A few stories showing how Irish NGOs are contributing to the achievement of the Millennium Goals.
New ads from the corporate world are using global development themes to boost sales.
Is this a good thing, and something for NGOs to learn from?