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December 2019

Dympna Meaney Women’s Leadership Development Fund: 2020 Bursaries

DATE : December 17, 2019 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Dympna Meaney Women’s Leadership Development Fund: 2020 Bursaries Each year the Dympna Meaney Women’s Leadership Development Fund* awards skills building bursaries to human rights activists in the global south. We are passionate about supporting grass roots women working to combat gender based violence among migrant, displaced or refugee populations. Since 2015 we’ve helped more than […]

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Transforming care: Stopping the demand for orphanages

DATE : December 11, 2019 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Transforming care: Stopping the demand for orphanages In this article written and published in Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) union magazine we outline the shift in policy and practice from supporting orphanages towards enabling family and community-based care Irish nurses and midwives have a proud and long-established tradition of international volunteering and contributing to […]

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Beyond Borders Navigating The Journey.

DATE : December 5, 2019 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Caoimhe Butterly

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Focus Podcast Visiting Achill Island, global health and growing inequality

DATE : December 2, 2019 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Focus Podcast: Visiting Achill Island, global health and growing inequality Focus headed to Achill island for the the second International Health and Development Training for Healthcare Workers. Organised for people interested in volunteering or working in healthcare in less developed countries, this two day residential workshop of the west coast of Ireland looks at the […]

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Christmas Party 2019

DATE : December 2, 2019 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Christmas Party 2019 Friends Members and Comrades – come along to our Christmas party We hope you can join us at our annual Comhlámh, Kimmage Alumni / Department of International Development Studies Maynooth University and VSI Christmas drinks. Come and see who you might meet up with. All welcome. From 6.30pm till late Platters of […]

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