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We’re recruiting a Training and Education Project Officer.

Comhlámh are recruiting a Training and Education Project Officer   Job Title: Training and Education Project Officer Reports to: Programme Manager Location: 12 Parliament Street, Dublin 2 Click here for a PDF version of the below. Comhlámh is the Irish Association of Development Workers and Volunteers. Our mission is to foster good practice and critical engagement in volunteering and action for development. Comhlámh is

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Policy and Practice Issue 22 Out Now

Policy and Practice Issue 22 has been published and is available online   Issue 22 of the Centre for Global Education’s journal, Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review, has been published on the theme ‘New Models of Development: Lessons from Latin America’.  It considers the lessons that development educators can draw from the new approaches to development adopted by many of the leading economies in Latin

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Check Out These Great Volunteer Video Reflections.

These video interviews were recorded in Dublin in 2014 as part of the Volunteer Stories project. They were put together by two Comhlámh volunteers. Tobia Serotini is a young Italian passionate video maker that works mainly on social issue. He studied communication and photography in Italy and works as a freelance photographer and video maker. Nahid Dabiri facilitated the encounter between the volunteers and Tobia, she is a passionate

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A Day Devoted To Debriefing.

Pictured: Gemma Baker, Shane O’Connor, Grainne O’Neill and Therese O’Driscoll On a late September, autumnal day, a small number of Comhlamh Debriefers met for a “Caring for the Carers” course.  Gemma Baker recaps the day. It was an opportunity to spend some time reflecting on our role as Debriefers to Returned Development Workers, to share our experiences, challenges and to ensure we focus on our

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Come Along To Our Official #VolOps Launch At The Irish Aid Fair.

  Comhlámh is delighted to announce that #VolOps will be launched by Minister of State Sean Sherlock on October 11th, as part of Irish Aid’s annual Volunteer Fair. #VolOps is a new portal for international volunteering that uses elements of LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. It has been developed by Comhlámh to promote the sharing of responsible volunteering options through a range of social media

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Belfast Is Moving Along.

Inspired and invigorated by the first official meeting of the Comhlamh Northern Ireland Action Group on Saturday Helen Henderson penned a few words a bout what went down. Individuals from all walks of life and corners of the world gathered together in a space that was free from organisational or political agendas to speak out and act on issues of injustice locally and globally. Issues

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