Posts tagged ‘Women’
Article co-written by Irish Deputy Prime Minister Eamon Gilmore; Mary Robinson, president of the Mary Robinson Foundation Climate Justice; Ertharin Cousin, executive director of the World Food Programme; and Frank Rijsberman, the chief executive of CGIAR, a global agricultural research partnership – published first on Euractiv.
An overview of some of the key arguments made in relation to the growing world population.
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.
The recent UN summit on HIV & AIDS shows Ireland continues to focus on the fight against HIV & AIDS. And we have some figures on how much of Ireland’s overseas aid programme is spent on HIV & AIDS work.
17 May is World Telecommunications and Information Society Day. Time to reflect on how ICT can help poor people, and in particular whether those benefits are within reach of women and other marginalised groups.
The “Aid doesn’t work” argument makes better headlines, no doubt. But the “Aid Does Work” news makes for better news! Here’s a short overview of the successes achieved, grouped by Millennium Development Goal.
Any programme aiming to eradicate poverty MUST target, and provide opportunities for participation for, the poorest and most vulnerable people.