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Help End orphanage volunteering this World Children's Day

MEDIA RELEASE: Comhlámh and the End Orphanage Volunteering Working Group call on the government to help end the practice of orphanage volunteering to mark World Children’s Day

DATE : November 19, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Dublin, 20 November 2022 – On this World Children’s Day, Comhlámh and the End Orphanage Volunteering Working Group (EOVWG) are calling on the government to adopt the recommendations of the ‘Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’ campaign to help end orphanage volunteering and the institutionalisation of children and ensure that Ireland can better support global [...]
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Unpacking Continuities of Struggle

FirstWeds Autumn Series 2022 (Part 3): Unpacking Commonalities in Struggle

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

First Wednesdays Autumn 2022 Series PART 3: Unpacking Commonalities in Struggle Date: Wednesday, 7 December, 7PM In the third and closing session of the ‘The Struggle for Democracy: Exploring Commonalities in Global Citizenship and Activism’ series we will take a closer look at current transnational justice issues, global campaigns and examples of democracy in action. [...]
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We Need to Talk – Hosting Conversations on Climate Change and Unsustainability IVCO 2022 Think Piece

‘We Need to Talk – Hosting Conversations on Climate Change and Unsustainability’ – Comhlámh’s IVCO 2022 Think Piece

DATE : October 14, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Comhlámh is delighted to share a new think piece ‘We Need to Talk – Hosting Conversations on Climate Change and Unsustainability’. This think piece, was prepared by our colleagues Chris O'Connell and Sive Bresnihan, for IVCO 2022 'A New Era for Volunteering for Development', Forum's global annual conference for International Volunteering Cooperation Organisations (IVCO) which [...]
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The Struggle for the Earth

FirstWeds Autumn Series 2022 (Part 2): The Struggle for the Earth – The Global is Local

DATE : October 13, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

First Wednesdays Autumn 2022 Series PART 2: The Struggle for the Earth - The Global is Local Date: Wednesday, 2 Nov, 7PM While many communities around the world are threatened by the impacts of climate change, others face more direct environmental destruction in the form of extractivism. Following the supply chain disruption caused by Covid-19, European countries [...]
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New courses pages

Explore Our New Courses Pages

DATE : September 26, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

We are delighted to present to you our new Courses pages, including: Our Courses main page Courses for Organisations Courses for Individuals Extended In-Person Courses E-Tick Online Course on Ethical Communication ‘Where do I Start?’ Resources for people interested in volunteering overseas Covering a range of global themes, our courses and educational resources are for [...]
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Struggle as acts of citizenship

FirstWeds Autumn Series 2022 (Part 1): Struggle as Acts of Citizenship

DATE : September 15, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

First Wednesdays Autumn 2022 Series PART 1: Struggle as Acts of Citizenship Date: Wednesday, 5 Oct, 7PM What ‘acts of citizenship’ could we point to in struggles here in Ireland? At our opening October session, we will take a closer look at how these examples might extend our understanding of citizenship, its role in affirming [...]
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The struggle for democracy

#FirstWeds Autumn Series 2022: The Struggle for Democracy – Exploring Commonalities in Global Citizenship and Activism

DATE : September 15, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

First Wednesdays Autumn 2022 Series THE STRUGGLE FOR DEMOCRACY: Exploring Commonalities in Global Citizenship and Activism  Join us this Autumn for the new First Wednesdays series, a set of three interlinked conversations with those currently involved in real-world struggles in Ireland and beyond. We will take a closer look at commonalities ‘in struggle’ across campaigning [...]
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cULTURE nIGHT 2022 at Comhlamh

Culture Night 2022 at Comhlámh

DATE : September 14, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Comhlámh and Ireland Says Welcome Group are delighted to invite you to our celebration of Culture Night 2022 from 6 - 9pm on the 23rd of September in our offices at 12 Parliament St, Dublin 2. During the event, we will be showcasing the best of multicultural Ireland with our special guests from Sierra Leone, [...]
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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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Comhlámh Annual Report 2021

DATE : June 24, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Comhlámh Annual Report 2021: Report Introduction Dear Members and Supporters of Comhlámh, We are very grateful for your ongoing support, encouragement and community, which helped sustain Comhlámh during the difficult second year of the pandemic. The effects have had a deep impact across the international development and volunteering sectors, affecting all areas of our solidarity-based […]

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Ireland Says Welcome letter to Minister O'Gorman

Ireland Says Welcome: Appeal to Minister O’Gorman to address new and long-standing human rights concerns and disparities in the international protection system

DATE : June 20, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Re: To: Roderic O’Gorman, Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youthby email to: roderic.ogorman@oireachtas.ie20th June 2022 RE: Appeal to Minister O’Gorman to address new and long-standing human rights concerns and disparities in the international protection system and refocus on the objective of humanely addressing the accommodation needs of all who arrive in Ireland seeking […]

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Access to Medicines Ireland: WTO Members fail to deliver a comprehensive TRIPS waiver for COVID-19 health technologies including vaccines

DATE : June 17, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

PRESS RELEASE Dublin, Friday, 17th June Following more than 2 years of a pandemic and the loss of an estimated over 15 million lives, on June 17th 2022 Members of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) agreed a Ministerial decision on the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Agreement. The agreement differs significantly from the […]

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Comhlámh AGM 2022 & Annual Forum – 23 June 2022

DATE : June 15, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Comhlámh’s AGM and Development Forum are taking place on June 23rd, from 18.00 – 20.00. Comhlámh AGM 2022 (6PM, Members only) We invite Comhlámh members to the online AGM 2022, at which the new CEO, Caroline Murphy, the Chair and the Treasurer will report on the organisation’s work and finances in 2021. This will also include […]

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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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Access to Medicines Ireland Call on Pfizer to Share Knowledge and Address Inequitable Global Access to ts COVID-19 Vaccine and Treatments

DATE : April 29, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

  PRESS RELEASE Dublin, Friday, 29th April 2022. Campaigners from Access to Medicines Ireland (AMI), a leading group of doctors, academics and patients, took part yesterday in a global day of action to coincide with Pfizer’s global Annual General Meetings, demanding that the company drops all monopoly protections on its COVID-19 vaccine technology and proactively […]

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Decolonising Development Education Workshop

DATE : April 19, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

You are invited to Decolonising Development Education workshop. DATES: Tuesday, 31 May and Tuesday, 30 August LOCATION: Dublin (in-person) We hope to see you there! Comhlámh is delighted to be collaborating with IDEA and WorldWise Global Schools on a 2-part ‘Decolonising Development Education’ training this summer. The 2-part training workshop is an invitation to explore colonialism’s […]

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#FirstWeds Spring Series (PART 2): Solidarity in Crisis

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

About the #FirstWeds Conflict and 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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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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Saying Goodbye to Sandra Byrne, Comhlámh’s Volunteer Quality Project Officer 

DATE : February 10, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

10 Feb 2022 Today marks the departure of our dear colleague Sandra Byrne. Sandra has been a member of the Comhlamh staff team since 2017, mainly in her capacity as Volunteer Quality Project Officer and more recently as Interim Programme Manager. With a background in community development, Sandra brought such care and depth to her […]

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MEDIA RELEASE:
Comhlámh and the End Orphanage Volunteering Working Group launch their key policy recommendations to help end the practice of orphanage volunteering and the institutionalisation of children globally

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

MEDIA RELEASE Comhlámh and the End Orphanage Volunteering Working Group launch their key policy recommendations to help end the practice of orphanage volunteering and the institutionalisation of children globally Dublin, 3 February 2022 – Comhlámh and the End Orphanage Volunteering Working Group today launched their ‘Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’ campaign’s key recommendations to […]

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Job Vacancy: Chief Executive Officer

DATE : January 18, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Job Vacancy: Chief Executive Officer Job vacancy: Chief Executive Officer    About Comhlámh: Comhlámh is the Irish Association of Development Workers and Volunteers. Our mission is to nurture, guide and mobilise development workers and volunteers to work for social justice locally and globally. We work to promote and support volunteers and development workers to critically engage […]

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A note from the Comhlámh Board and staff team on the departure of Mark Cumming, C.E.O.

DATE : January 18, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

In February 2022, Mark Cumming will move on from his role as C.E.O of Comhlámh, a role that he has held since 2013.   Mark is returning to his roots in training, programme development and accompaniment and while the impending loss weighs heavy on our hearts, we know that this new work is going to bring […]

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Join ‘Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’ Endorsement Campaign Launch

DATE : January 18, 2022 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

You are invited to Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’ Endorsement Campaign Launch. Comhlámh and the End Orphanage Volunteering Working Group launch its endorsement campaign to secure support for key policy recommendations on global care reform. The event will take place on Thursday, 3 February, 10:00-11:30 AM. We hope to see you there! It is […]

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Job Vacancy: Project Officer, Capacity Building & Volunteering Quality

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

Job Vacancy: Project Officer, Capacity Building & Volunteering Quality Job Vacancy: Project Officer, Capacity Building & Volunteering Quality Job Title:        Capacity Building & Volunteering Quality Project OfficerReports to:     Programme ManagerLocation:        12 Parliament Street, Dublin 2 Comhlámh is the Irish Association of Development Workers and Volunteers. Our mission is to nurture, guide and mobilise development workers and […]

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Skills in Development Education

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

DATE : December 7, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Applications are now open for Skills in Development Education 2022, a course that Comhlamh runs in partnership with UCDVO each year. This 7-week participatory course (one session per week) comprises of seven evening modules and a one-day practical workshop and aims to equip participants with skills and methods to work effectively with groups on global development […]

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Join Rooting Resilience: Panel Discussion and Launch of Psychosocial Support Resources for Migrant Solidarity Responders

DATE : November 24, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

You are invited to Rooting Resilience: Panel Discussion and Launch of Psychosocial Support Resources for Migrant Solidarity Responders. The event will take place on Wednesday, 15 December, 10:30 AM-12:30 NOON. We hope to see you there! As part of Comhlámh’s Erasmus+ funded “Working for a Better World – Sustaining Civic Responses” project, you are warmly invited […]

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Join ‘Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’ Student Action Group Meeting

DATE : November 24, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Join us for the meeting of our ‘Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’ pledge and Student Action Group to help us end orphanage volunteering. We are meeting on Thursday, 25 November, 7PM. We hope to see you there! Comhlámh and Tearfund Ireland invite all students to join us in our work to end orphanage volunteering […]

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#FirstWeds Autumn Series (PART 3): Post-COP26: Community Activists on Where to Next

DATE : November 24, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Join us for December #FirstWeds series where our panel of community-based activists discuss outcomes from COP26 and to explore how we can continue to work towards a social transformation that is grounded in justice and in responsibility for Earth and for each other.

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MEDIA RELEASE: ‘Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’: Comhlámh Launches a New Campaign to End Orphanage Volunteering

DATE : November 9, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

MEDIA RELEASE: ‘Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’: Comhlámh Launches a New Campaign to End Orphanage Volunteering MEDIA RELEASE ‘Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’: Comhlámh Launches a New Campaign to End Orphanage Volunteering Comhlámh and the End Orphanage Volunteering Working Group today, 10th November, launched a public awareness campaign and a pledge to help change […]

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Comhlámh solidarity statement with three humanitarian volunteers facing 25 years in prison in Greece.

DATE : November 3, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Comhlámh, the Irish Association of Development Workers and Volunteers, expresses its solidarity with three humanitarian volunteers, one of them Irish, facing 25 years in prison for their work rescuing and supporting people seeking refuge in Greece. Seán Binder, Sarah Mardini, and Nassos Karakitsos were arrested in 2018 while working and volunteering with Emergency Response Centre […]

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Join ‘Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’ Pledge Launch & Student Action Group

DATE : November 3, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Join us for the launch of our ‘Put Children First: End Orphanage Care’ pledge and Student Action Group to help us end orphanage volunteering. The event will take place on Wednesday, 10 November, 7-8:30PM. We hope to see you there! Comhlamh and Tearfund Ireland invite you to join us in our work to end orphanage […]

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Ending Orphanage Volunteering & the Institutionalisation of Children.

DATE : October 21, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

We would like to invite you to Ending Orphanage Volunteering & the Institutionalisation of Children. Transforming the Way We Care Event directed at Students. The event will take place on Wednesday, 27 October, 7-8:30PM. WHY ATTEND? Join Comhlamh and Tearfund Ireland in an online discussion around the growing global movement to end orphanage volunteering and […]

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#FirstWeds Autumn Series (PART 2): Where Does the Wisdom Lie? Elders on the Climate Crisis

DATE : October 21, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

With COP26 as the backdrop, join us this autumn for our #FirstWeds series where we will be seeking wisdom and inspiration from youth, elders, and a wider cohort of community activists on the climate crisis, present and future.

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A Development Education Programme for Code Volunteer Sending Agencies

DATE : October 21, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

A Development Education Programme for Code Volunteer Sending Agencies Development Education Programme for Code VSAs This is a programme for Comhlámh Code Volunteer Sending Agencies  WHEN: Sessions will take place on the last Thursday of every month, beginning Thursday, 28 October, from 11.30am to 1pm.  Register now On 28 October, Comhlámh is ​starting a new Development […]

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What is Decolonisation Asking of Us? – Comhlámh Think Piece at IVCO 2021

DATE : October 14, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

This paper by Sive Bresnihan, Training & Education Officer with Comhlámh asks how the field of volunteering for development – which typically enjoys and asserts an aid of neutrality and benevolence – might meet growing calls for decolonisation. It calls on us, at IVCO and beyond, to break the cycle of conversations that ultimately lead […]

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NUI Galway: Ending Orphanage Volunteering & the Institutionalisation of Children. An Event for Student Journalists

DATE : September 29, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

On behalf of NUI Galway we would like to invite you to Ending Orphanage Volunteering & the Institutionalisation of Children. Transforming the Way we Care Event for Student Journalists. The event will take place on Wednesday, 13 October, 7-8PM. Sign up now to attend now here. WHY ATTEND? Join Comhlamh and its Orphanage Working Group in an […]

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#FirstWeds Autumn Series (PART1): The Future is Now: Global Youth Voices on the Climate Crisis

DATE : September 29, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

With COP26 as the backdrop, join us this autumn for our #FirstWeds series where we will be seeking wisdom and inspiration from youth, elders, and a wider cohort of community activists on the climate crisis, present and future.

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Building a new look Volunteer Charter: Join the Working Group by 23 September

DATE : September 16, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Building a new look Volunteer Charter: Join the Working Group by 23 September Join the Volunteer Charter Working Group JOIN now Are you a returned volunteer? Are you keen to support the re-imagining (and making) of a new look resource for Volunteers to take the place of Comhlámh’s 2012 Volunteer Charter? If yes and yes, you can […]

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The Comhlámh Trade Justice Group’s new CETA resource page launched

DATE : September 16, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

The Comhlámh Trade Justice Group is launching its new resource page today to inform the Irish public on what is at stake with the ratification of the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement, CETA. Visit the page now.

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#FirstWeds Autumn Series: Coping with COP – Reflections on the climate crisis, present and future

DATE : September 16, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

With COP26 as the backdrop, join us this autumn for our #FirstWeds series where we will be seeking wisdom and inspiration from youth, elders, and a wider cohort of community activists on the climate crisis, present and future.

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Continuing the Journey: A Development Education Series for returned volunteers and development workers

DATE : September 1, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Continuing the Journey: A Development Education Series for returned volunteers and development workers Continuing the Journey: register now ‘Continuing the journey’ is an introductory course to Development Education and an invitation to learn, share and reflect in order to make sense of our world. WHEN: Tuesday evenings over 4 weeks (5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th […]

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MEDIA RELEASE: EU Leaders urged to immediately support the WTO TRIPS Waiver for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments

DATE : August 26, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

MEDIA RELEASE: EU Leaders urged to immediately support the WTO TRIPS Waiver for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments Coinciding with the arrival of President Macron, Access to Medicines Ireland (AMI) and its supporters are demonstrating outside Government Buildings at Merrion Street today. AMI calls on the EU leaders like Emmanuel Macron and Micheál Martin to immediately support the WTO TRIPS Waiver for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments and save lives.   Founding […]

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Join us at the World Café event for returned volunteers and development workers

DATE : August 17, 2021 AUTHOR : COMMENTS : No Comments

Join us at the World Café event for returned volunteers and development workers The World Café is an event for returned volunteers and development workers interested in connecting with each other, sharing stories and continuing their global justice journey back home.   Comhlámh is a place for people to come together, share stories and make […]

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