Policy Resources

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2018

Trócaire submission to new International Development Policy

Trócaire welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the public consultation on Ireland’s new International...

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  • Submissions to Irish Government
2017 Understanding Women's Lives in Polygamous Marriages

Understanding Women's Lives in Polygamous Marriages: Exploring Community Perspectives in Sierra Leone and DRC

Trócaire undertook research in Sierra Leone and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)...

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  • Research
2016 Pushing the Boundaries: Understanding Women’s Participation and Empowerment

Pushing the Boundaries: Understanding Women’s Participation and Empowerment

Trócaire undertook three year multi-country research on women’s participation and empowerment.

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  • Programme Guidance
  • Research
2014 Trocaire community mobilisation technical paper

Community Mobilisation: Technical Paper

Community mobilisation is central to the impact of Trócaire’s work and approach, and underpins our Governance...

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  • Programme Guidance
2013 space for civil society cidse act alliance

Space for Civil Society

Report from faith-based networks, ACT Alliance and CIDSE assessing political and social...

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  • Policy Reports
  • Research
2012 women’s vulnerability to the HIV epidemic

Mind the gap: women’s vulnerability to the HIV epidemic

A Trócaire policy briefing examining responses to women’s vulnerability to HIV at international, national and local...

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  • Policy Brief
2012 Protecting civil society space

Democracy in action: Protecting civil society space

A policy report by Trócaire calling on Ireland, the international community and international NGOs to protect...

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  • Policy Reports
2005 new overseas development agenda for Ireland

Towards 2012: A new overseas development agenda for Ireland

A briefing paper proposing a new overseas development agenda for Ireland centred around eight key concerns. The...

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  • Submissions to Irish Government