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A Reflection On Going Back To Our Roots.

What does it mean to go back to our roots? After our May 1st event, Mark Cumming got thinking about his roots. Here he talks about how Comhlámh is turning itself around for the better. I got thinking about school days and getting into trouble for being on the wrong side of the 1983 referendum campaign – college days and shimmying up and down

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Will There Be A Comhlamh Group In The North Soon?

Last month Comhlámh travelled to Belfast to meet with a group of global educators who had made the request to develop an active group in the north. Grainne O’Neill, our Volunteer Engagement Project Officer has this report. We met in the Youth Action offices right in the city centre and the fruit, buns and chatter got the meeting off to a friendly start. The

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Why Not Help Set Up Our New Members Space?

Comhlámh is currently working on organising and setting up a members meeting space.What does that mean? Rather then just doing workshops or having to sign up to groups relating to certain topics, we feel it to be hugely important to have a relaxed meeting space also, where returned development workers and volunteer members can meet up and chat and mingle with each other on

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Comhlámh’s Skills in Development Education Course

This ten week evening course aims to equip participants with the skills and methodologies to work effectively with groups on global development and social justice issue in a friendly, informal group environment. ‘It provided exposure to different methodologies, practical hands-on approach, and diversity of experience’ ‘It helped me see Development Education in a broad sense and how I can be more involved’ ‘The course

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Comhlámh’s Skills in Development Education Course

This ten week evening course supported by Concern aims to equip participants with the skills and methodologies to work effectively with groups on global development and social justice issue in a friendly, informal group environment. ‘It provided exposure to different methodologies, practical hands-on approach, and diversity of experience’   ‘It helped me see Development Education in a broad sense and how I can be

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