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March 2022

Access to Medicines Ireland Press Release: TRIPS WAIVER DEAL WELCOME BUT PHARMA MUST PLAY ITS PART

DATE : March 16, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Tuesday, 15th March, 2022Campaigners from Access to Medicines Ireland, a leading group of doctors, academics and patients who advocate for greater access to essential medicines, have welcomed reports of a landmark deal at the World Trade Organization (WTO) on COVID-19 vaccines and treatments. The deal, reported to have been agreed by the EU, US, South Africa and […]

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#FirstWeds Spring Series (PART 1): Solidarity with Ukraine

DATE : March 16, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

About the #FirstWeds Conflict & Migration Through the Lens of Solidarity Our #FirstWeds Spring Series holds in mind Ukrainians and people of other countries ridden by war and conflict, who have been forced to leave their homes and cross borders in search of safety. What are some practical ways to extend support and solidarity from […]

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#FirstWeds Spring Series: Conflict and Migration through the lens of Solidarity

DATE : March 16, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Our upcoming #FirstWeds Spring Series holds in mind Ukrainians and people of other countries ridden by war and conflict, who have been forced to leave their homes and cross borders in search of safety. What are some practical ways to extend support and solidarity from Ireland? And, as we extend this support and solidarity, how […]

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Stephen Ucembe: Put Children First, End Orphanage Care

DATE : March 3, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Written by Stephen Ucembe, Regional Advocacy Manager with Hope and Homes and founder of the Kenya Society of Careleavers, for the official launch of ‘Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’ EndorserCampaign on 3 February 2022. My name is Stephen, I grew up in care, spent almost 15 years of my childhood in a children’s home, […]

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Applications are now open for the 2022 edition of the “Skills in Development Education” course

DATE : March 2, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Applications for Solidarity in Action are open from 1 to 18th of March. This course (or learning journey) aims to cultivate sustainable activism in participants. It is open to those who have previously participated in one of our evening courses (Be the Change or Skills in Development Education), the UCDVO Volunteer Programme, or members of the UCD Community with relevant knowledge/experience. Find out more and apply here.

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WEBINAR – Militarized Israel: How living in a highly militarized state affects children and young people in Palestine and Israel. A non violent response.

DATE : March 1, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

  WEBINAR - Militarized Israel: How living in a highly militarized state affects children and young people in Palestine and Israel. A non-violent response.       Comhlámh Justice for Palestine Member Group invites you to a panel style discussion on how living in a highly militarized Israel affects children and young people.   Tuesday, [...]
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