It is essential that developing countries are not adversely impacted by Irish policy making.
The impact on and opportunities in relation to the Transatlantic, Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
Presentation to the Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation from Trócaire and ATTAC (Association for...Read More
Trócaire's response to the Working Outline of Ireland’s National Plan on Business and Human Rights, which was...Read More
This paper outlines the implications of the recent EU Deal with Turkey on refugees and asylum seekers.
The EU Migration Partnership Framework is an extremely worrying development in migration policy. The Framework is...Read More
Keeping Poverty Eradication and Human Rights at the Heart of Ireland’s Changing Relationship with Africa
Ireland has a long established, well respected and important role to play in Africa as an 'honest broker' in...Read More
Over the past 15 years around 22,000 men, women and children have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea. The vast...Read More
In May 2014, EU citizens will elect a new European Parliament. In this policy briefing paper, Trócaire calls on...Read More
Developing a Comprehensive Irish National Action Plan for Implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: Position Paper
International law, particularly with regard to human rights, has evolved relatively little to accommodate the...Read More