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Latest news and updates from Christian Aid Ireland.
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As the COP26 summit closed on Saturday, developing nations and civil society were left with mixed feelings.
Published: 16 November 2021
A response to Taoiseach Micheál Martin committing during Ireland’s national statement today at COP26 to increasing Ireland’s climate finance contributions to at least €225 million by 2025.
Published: 2 November 2021
After 75 years, we still believe all people are created in the image of God. We still believe in life before death. We still believe in real people bringing real change in the world.
Published: 1 February 2021
Our colleague and Banbridge local, Gemma Murray, visited Kenya recently, where a severe drought is causing widespread food shortages.
As pupils strike around the country, we're asking leaders to heed their calls for urgent action to protect our planet. Read more.
Ireland’s total annual climate finance contributions need to increase to nearly €475 million a year from €80 million contributed in 2018.
Ahead of tomorrow's 'School Strikes for the Climate', our 16-year-old work experience student calls for urgent climate action.
Ireland's commitment to reach net zero on carbon emissions by 2050 tallies with other EU nations but it must act now to meet climate targets.
COP24 climate summit sponsored by coal companies is ‘slap in the face' to delegates, says Christian Aid Ireland.
Christian Aid Ireland calls for immediate action following Ireland’s ranking once again, as worst in Europe when it comes to action on climate change.
In 2016, more countries experienced violent conflict than at any time in nearly 30 years. We believe there are six key drivers that are crucial to moving from violence to peace.
Christian Aid is working through its sister agencies in Indonesia to deliver emergency supplies to survivors of the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami.
Three female MPs from Sierra Leone arrived in Dublin in September to describe the barriers to women's participation in politics and how Christian Aid-funded work on gender justice helped them to get elected.
IPCC: Christian Aid stands in solidarity with world's poor as scientists publish stark climate warning.