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A spotlight on North Korea

The death of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-il will shine a spotlight on a country which suffers from widespread ...

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11 for 11: Our year in photos

Below I've picked 11 of our most striking photos from a busy 2011, representing Trócaire's work responding to emerge...

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Mary Robinson meets with climate justice activists

150 people blowing Vuvuzelas outside Leinster House, Dublin. 200 people arrive in Durban after a 4,000 mile caravan trip...

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We’ve launched our Christmas gifts!

A big thanks to TV3’s Aisling O’Loughlin and a lovely group of mums-to-be who helped us launch our Christmas...

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Thanks for making Trad for Trócaire happen!

This year you really pulled out all the stops to make Trad for Trócaire a success. Hundreds of gigs were organised from...

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India: Why am I here?

Stepping off the plane, the searing heat shocks me with its fiery embrace and scalds my cheeks. I have landed; I am in I...

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Climate change

Two people, two thousand miles, one problem

Andrew Lodio has nowhere to go. Drought has ravaged his land, bringing dry desert all around him. A sea of dust stretche...

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Proof of life: Solving east Africa’s food crisis

In a sea of famine and hunger, a small patch of land in the village of Nakwalekwi, northern Kenya, acts as a beacon of h...

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Trad seisiún in full swing

A big thanks to everyone who made it along to the Trad for Trócaire session in the Bellevue Arms in Glengormely, Co. An...

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Over one million people are homeless in Pakistan

Flooding has returned to Pakistan, with over one million people having been made homeless over recent weeks. Heavy monso...

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Human Rights

50 People, 1 Question: Jerusalem

This summer, we visited a busy marketplace in Jerusalem and asked 50 ordinary people 1 extraordinary question.  Wat...

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Climate change

A year after the floods, the deep scars remain

I had never met a slave before I went to Pakistan. It’s a strange feeling to talk with someone who is owned by another...

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One year on from the Pakistan floods

Last year’s floods in Pakistan were the worst the country has ever seen. It’s a slow recovery, but things ar...

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‘Rebuilding our lives with Trócaire’s help’

Ghulam clutches his bag of cotton seed and knows he is holding his future. The seeds, distributed by Trócaire using mon...

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World Humanitarian Day highlights Irish effort

Friday, August 19th, marks World Humanitarian Day – a day when people in Ireland can be rightly proud of their incredi...

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Big-hearted local kids do their bit for famine relief

Two little girls from Andersonstown in west Belfast have made a fantastic gesture of generosity as famine continues to t...

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Paying for food and school takes skill and determination in Rwanda

In rural Rwanda budding footballers can be seen kicking about on dusty clay paths while dreaming of a place in the natio...

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Women and men breaking new ground in El Salvador

Growing up, Fidelina Ramos learned two things; that the rocky soil in her village was too barren to grow nourishing crop...

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