international development

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News

CADA

CADA NI Statement on COVID-19, to Northern Irish Members of Parliament, the NI Executive, the All Party Group on International Development at Stormont, and to the Third Sector in Northern Ireland.
Organisation
Other

c/o Concern Worldwide
47 Frederick Street
Belfast
BT1 2LW
United Kingdom

The Coalition of Aid and Development Agencies in Northern Ireland (CADA) is an umbrella organisation of those overseas aid agencies with an active presence in Northern Ireland.
Event
Online / Virtual Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

CADA

To keep a focus on the importance of Safeguarding during these uncertain times, CADA NI is hosting two Safeguarding webinars for our members and other INGOs with a base in Northern Ireland. The sessions will be Northern Ireland specific, with input from the Charity Commission for NI.
Dates:
22 June 2020 26 June 2020
Belfast
Event
Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

CADA

Registration is now open for our two Safeguarding Workshops, catered to INGOS, on 18th and 19th March. See instructions below to register for tickets.
Dates:
18 March 2020 19 March 2020
Belfast
One World Festival pic
News

CADA

CADA NI is delighted to announce our inaugural One World Festival, taking place across NI from 16th-27th October 2019. We would love your organisation to get involved by hosting your own event in collaboration with us! Please read on for more info.
Volunteering

Concern Worldwide - Belfast Fundraising Group

Concern Worldwide

Belfast
Kerala Floods
News

Habitat for Humanity Northern Ireland

The state of Kerala, Southern India, has been devastated by torrential rains, overflowing rivers and a series of landslides. Over 1.5 million people have been affected, 310,000 individuals are homeless and 54,000 homes have been washed away in the floods.
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News

CADA

IT'S HERE! ? We're ecstatic to share the first One World Festival lineup with you! Visit oneworldfestivalni.com to get your tickets and for more info.
Event
Art & Culture Online / Virtual Seminar Workshop

CADA

One World Festival is back! From the 12th - 18th October you can discover new perspectives, explore global issues with (mostly) online, streamed and interactive events. Find out more and book now at oneworldfestivalni.com
Dates:
12 - 18 October 2020
Belfast
Organisation
Public Sector

36 Main Street
Bangor
BT20 5AG
United Kingdom

Oxfam Bangor is part of Oxfam Ireland; our vision is a just world without poverty
Event
Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

CADA

Designed for those working with international aid and development organisations, this workshop will explore the ethics of taking and sharing photographs of development work in the Global South, focusing especially on representation with dignity and obtaining informed consent. This event is hosted by the Photography Ethics Centre as part of One World Festival 2019.
Dates:
22 October 2019
Belfast
Volunteering

Support your local school by becoming a volunteer adjudicator!

Concern Worldwide

none, voluntary
Belfast
Organisation
VCSE

55a Sunnyside St
Belfast
BT7 3EX
United Kingdom

TFS supports self-reliance by providing high quality refurbished tools to working people overseas, promoting international solidarity, and challenging global inequalities through critical examination of development issues, environmental sustainability and ethical working practices. Underlying all the activities of Tools for Solidarity are the principles and values of self help and empowerment, individual and global equality, environmental awareness, inclusiveness, voluntarism, and the right to challenge/oppose activities/actions that contradict these values.
Organisation
VCSE

55a Sunnyside St
Belfast
BT7 3EX
United Kingdom

TFS supports self-reliance by providing high quality refurbished tools to working people overseas, promoting international solidarity, and challenging global inequalities through critical examination of development issues, environmental sustainability and ethical working practices. Underlying all the activities of Tools for Solidarity are the principles and values of self help and empowerment, individual and global equality, environmental awareness, inclusiveness, voluntarism, and the right to challenge/oppose activities/actions that contradict these values.