Posts tagged ‘Partnership’
A quick word count analysis of Ireland’s new Development Policy.
A new NGO report shows that progress on aid donors’ promises to improve development cooperation is slow.
If the upcoming Busan summit on Aid Effectiveness is to succeed, it must build on, and encourage, the true secret ingredient for effective Development programmes: “People Power”, or what we call “civil society”.
This blog post explains why ageing is increasingly a development issue, and what we can do to ensure unintentional discrimination against older people in development practice.
An invitation to debate: What are the key characteristics of “an effective Development NGO”?
Dóchas supports http://www.pivotdublin.com. In this blog post, we explain why.
Third article in a series of reflections on managing change through NGO networks. Plenty of links to resources on the topic.
Some further details about the response by Irish NGOs to the January 2010 earthquake that struck Haiti. To be read in conjuction with http://dochasnetwork.wordpress.com/2011/01/10/haiti-1-year-on/
This blog post attempts to answer the question most often asked in the public debate about overseas aid: Why are there so many NGOs?
The Irish Government is cleverly, and rightly, using the expertise and experience of its overseas aid programme to develop its new foreign policy – and winning over the US Government in the process.