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July 2022

Comhlámh’s Board of Directors: Welcomes and Farewells

DATE : July 11, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

We are delighted to announce that Comhlámh has three new Board Members, Morgane Clarke, Siobhán Reynolds and Mairéad Roche, who were appointed at Comhlámh’s Annual General Meeting on 23 June 2022. They all are bringing a vast array of crucial expertise and skills that will strongly contribute to the development of our organisation. Morgane Clarke […]

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INVITATION TO TENDER: External audits of organisations involved in Comhlámh’s Code of Good Practice for Volunteer Sending Agencies

DATE : July 11, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Comhlámh is seeking a suitably qualified consultant/s to undertake external audits of four organisations involved in our Code of Good Practice for Volunteer Sending Agencies (CoGP). The consultant will evaluate levels of compliance with the principles of the CoGP, identify priorities for improvement and co-create an action plan with the organisations. The successful applicant should […]

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Solidarity in Action: A jourey in global citizenship education

NEW PUBLICATION: Solidarity in Action. A Journey in Global Citizenship Education

DATE : July 11, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Along with our partners, UCD Volunteers Overseas (UCDVO), Comhlámh is delighted to announce the launch of ‘Solidarity in Action 2021: A journey in Global Citizenship Education’. This digital publication captures some of the unique learning and impact for those involved in Solidarity in Action, a 3-month development education programme devised in partnership with UCDVO in […]

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Research into emerging models of global solidarity and global citizens

DATE : July 5, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

A joint Comhlamh & Maynooth University project We often refer to the concept of global citizenship education in our work, but rarely have the time to reflect on what the concept means, and how it relates to democracy and the role of the state in an increasingly globalised world.  In January, Comhlámh began a six-month […]

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