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May 2022

Comhlámh Welcomes New CEO and a Capacity Building & Volunteering Quality Project Officer

DATE : May 31, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Comhlámh is delighted to announce the appointment of our new Chief Executive Officer, Dr Caroline Murphy. She brings considerable expertise to the organisation with over 14 years’ experience of working for organisations across the Irish International Development sector, with a most recent appointment as Acting Director for Financial Justice Ireland.  Over the years, Caroline has […]

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Comhlámh Says Goodbye to Caoimhe Butterly

DATE : May 9, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

As our Erasmus+ funded “Working for a Better World” project concludes, we are very sorry to be saying goodbye to our colleague, Caoimhe Butterly. Since November 2019, Caoimhe coordinated this project, which aimed to resource migrant solidarity responders within their increasingly difficult work. She worked tirelessly to support internal and collective psychological and emotional safety, […]

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#FirstWeds Spring Series (PART 3): Criminalisation of Humanitarians on the European Borders

DATE : May 9, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

About the #FirstWeds ‘Conflict and Migration Through the Lens of Solidarity’ Spring Series 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 […]

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W4BW Sustaining Civil Responses to Migration Project Comes to an End – Check Our Psychosocial Support Resources

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

Last week our Working for a Better World (W4BW) – Sustaining Civic Response (W4BW) Project came to an end. We are wrapping it up in a very uncertain time – a time of war, escalating conflicts, forced displacements, increasingly perilous refuge-seeking journeys and the deepening impacts of climate change. In response, both communities and solidarity […]

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