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NGO communications: 7 things to never do again

Why we think that changing “mind sets” begins by changing NGO public communications.

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In the media: The European Year for Development

An overview of media coverage of the issues and Irish events of the European Year for Development.

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What to think of the Ice Bucket Challenge?

This summer, the “Ice Bucket Challenge” went viral. But not everyone thought it was a good idea. What do you think?

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HIV positive Gay Activist Proposes Alternative Research Agenda at the AIDS 2014 Conference

Third article by Dr. Enida Friel, from the Melbourne AIDS conference.

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Irish civil society and Gaza

An overview of statements and actions by Irish NGOs and civil society groups, responding to the escalating crisis in Gaza.

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Some reflections as two major Irish NGOs announce their merger

Earlier this week, two of Ireland’s significant development NGOs announced their merger. Why are there not more mergers in the NGO sector?

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President Clinton calls for achievements on HIV and AIDS not to be an excuse to stop now

Second article by Dr. Enida Friel, from the Melbourne AIDS conference and in the aftermath of the crash of Malaysia Airlines MH17.

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#AfricaDay is an opportunity to change the way many people in #Ireland think about Africa. 
Research commissioned by Dóchas has shown that our attitudes to the African continent have changed little since the 1980s.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/today-africa-day-time-update-our-views-continent-hans-zomer “Making corporal punishment history”

#Irish NGO Nurture Africa has teamed up with the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO) in a project aimed at eradicating corporal punishment in schools in #Uganda.

Read more:http://www.nurtureafrica.ie/#!Working-together-to-eradicate-Corporal-Punishment-one-school-at-a-time/canh/553f7fc10cf23d01645aa90a

Photo: Umar Sekibala - Nurture Afrtica Child Protection Officer disseminating child rights and examples of alternative measures of dicipline (towards elimination of
corporal punishments) to Kyebando UMEA Primary School teachers and guardians How one community is working to overcome the challenges of climate change. "It's dry now, so we are working to be ready for when the rains come. Things have changed a lot in the past years, now that we have the gardens and dykes." http://www.trust.org/item/20150514040044-7uh4r/?source=fiOtherNews2

Photo: Women work on a vegetable garden built with U.N. funds in Djimebougou, Mali. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Chris Arsenault The changing face of #Lagos.

#Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos, has had a makeover over the last decade, as this gallery from the BBC's Ayo Bello shows: 
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-32556640 The changing face of #Lagos.

#Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos, has had a makeover over the last decade, as this gallery from the BBC's Ayo Bello shows: 
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-32556640 The most positive of all statistics:
The number of children dying before their fifth birthday has been reduced by half in twenty years. More #forests in the world’s most populous countries: Forest cover in #India and #China has increased by more than 572,000 km2 since 1990.

http://worldsbestnews.dk/news/more-forest-in-the-worlds-largest-nations/ Girl skaters in #Afghanistan: "Skateistan"! http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/aghani-girls-skateboard-instead-of-bike/

#skateboard “Ever since I was a child, when I saw a bird in the sky, I wanted to fly a plane. Many girls in #Afghanistan have dreams... but a number of problems, threats stand in the way.“ 23-year-old Niloofar Rahmani is the first female fixed-wing aviator in Afghanistan's history and the country's first woman #pilot since the ouster of the #Taliban regime.

Read more at http://www.dawn.com/news/1178900/female-afghan-top-gun-soars-above-gender-barrier The world is winning the fight against #malaria.

Millions of lives have been saved in the past 10 years; lives mostly of children under the age of five.

The World #Health Organization reports that deaths from malaria have been cut by 47 percent worldwide, and by even more - 54 percent - in sub-Saharan #Africa.

http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2015/world-malaria-day-2015/en/ Surfing beach vendors of Bangladesh.

A group of 10-12 year old beach vendors in #Bangladesh, most of whom have dropped out of school to help support their families, have taken up #surfing.

24 year old surfer, lifeguard and beach worker Rashed Alam has been teaching the girls at his school/surf club. Like the girls, Alam dropped out of #school and started working on the beach to help support his family at a young age. He started surfing when he was 16. He says that his way of giving back is by ensuring that girls get a good future through surfing.

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