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Campaign for change

Together we tackle the root causes of poverty and challenge the systems that keep people poor.

Christian Aid Ireland speaks out against injustices that cause and entrench poverty and inequality in the world. We encourage our supporters to join us in calling for action on the root causes of poverty, such as climate change and corporate tax dodging.

We also undertake research, lobbying and advocacy in order to bring these issues to the attention of those in positions of power.Since Christian Aid Ireland works across more than one political jurisdiction, our campaigning and advocacy work seeks to influence policy at Dáil Éireann, the UK House of Commons, the Northern Ireland Assembly and the European Parliament.

Report

Undermining Human Rights: Ireland, the ESB and Cerrejón coal

Cerrejon mine, Colombia

How you can get involved

We’re building a world free from poverty and based on dignity justice and love. Be part of the global movement for change.
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Prophetic Activist Scheme 2021

Make a world of change this year by signing up to our 9-month youth training programme!
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The Solidarity Sessions

Get equipped to take action and stand in solidarity. Gain ideas, activities and tools for you to put into action with your church.
Jebbeh Konneh washes her hands in Sawula village, Sierra Leone.

Sign our Petition

Join our campaign to cancel the debt of the poorest countries.

Find out more

This is the biggest challenge we face. But together we can restore God’s Earth

Climate justice campaign

This is the biggest challenge we face. But together we can restore God’s Earth

Tax justice

Find out how tax dodging is affecting the poorest communities around the world and what you can do about it.
Christian Aid Ireland Tax bus tour

Advocacy

Christian Aid Ireland works to inspire support and action in Ireland for a just, equal and sustainable world.