Changing Ireland

Issue 25 - Rural transport in Ireland

  • 1 June 2008
  • Rural transport in Ireland
  • Kilmore West Shafted
  • New Guide to Intercultural Work
  • Supporting Community Development
  • Changing Ireland landmark edition
  • Youth Arts in a bi-lingual community
  • Latest Trends in Global Development

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Issue 24 - Cork men make art history

  • 1 April 2008
  • Cork men make art history
  • Editorial: Oscars for Volunteers
  • UN Human Rights Declaration clocks 60!
  • Regeneration in Cork: two views
  • Human Rights and Disability
  • Minister Carey's Volunteering Mind
  • Intercultural Quilting in Roscommon
  • Irene Ahern a volunteer since 1953!

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Issue 23 - Tackling domestic violence

  • 1 December 2007
  • Tackling domestic violence
  • 'We work with violent men' (Waterford)
  • Complaints about Code of Conduct on Domestic Violence
  • Mapping domestic violence in Ireland
  • First Travellers in the Dublin City Marathon (Ballymun)
  • Gay rights
  • 'On The Ground' in East Wall (Dublin)
  • 'I Know My Acronyms' Quiz!

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Issue 22 - Business and the community

  • 1 June 2007
  • Business & community
  • Famine Walkers in solidarity with Shell to Sea (Mayo)
  • Combat Poverty marks 20 years
  • Make or break for Ballymun's Regeneration (Dublin)
  • The surprising diary of a boat-building project. (Wexford)
  • Drug-users on Crumlin drug-prevention committee (Dublin)
  • Campaigns for social change
  • Anti-racism (Meath)
  • New programme by year's end

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Issue 21 - Burning social issues

  • 1 April 2007
  • Burning social issues
  • 'This place has changed my life big-time' (New Ross)
  • Report shows what CDPs actually do (Dublin)
  • Why I volunteered Ballybrack, (Dublin)
  • Women shape election issues (Wexford)
  • Ireland lags behind in supporting voluntary work
  • Billions promised in new NDP
  • Minister Ahern wants solutions, not just complaints
  • Community development courses in Ireland

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Issue 20 - The voice of the poor

  • 2 December 2006
  • The Voice of the Poor
  • Nan tells UN of 'hellish' poverty (New York)
  • Finglas: responding to suicide (Dublin)
  • A-to-Z on building a community centre
  • Community Development: Current issues & challenges
  • In solidarity with the world's poor (International)

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Issue 19 - The Community Development Programme explained

  • 1 September 2006
  • The Community Development Programme explained
  • We want rights, not charity! (Kerry)
  • Ireland's biggest children's art festival (Mayo)
  • 'On the ground' (Pobail le Chéile CDP, Donegal)
  • Radical shake-up of community services
  • Origins of a Women's Collective

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Issue 18 - Emigration now and then

  • 2 June 2006
  • Thousands drown on the way to work (Emigration then and now)
  • Regeneration (Dublin)
  • Traveller CDP versus the media (Waterford)
  • Our approach to health issues saves lives (Kilbarrack, Dublin)
  • Organic gardening & Community Development (Tipperary)
  • Is Community Development being 'neutered' to just service delivery?
  • Start your own UN Fact-Finding Mission

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Issue 17 - Solutions to anti-social behaviour

  • 1 April 2006
  • Solutions to antisocial behaviour
  • A youth club for €500 (Kilkenny)
  • Joyriding Taskforce have the answers (Dublin)
  • Police offer youths late-night basketball (Cork)
  • Advocacy and Community Development (Sligo)
  • Racist fallout from Nally Case

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Issue 16 - Taoiseach startled: Houses for sale €30,000

  • 2 December 2005
  • Taoiseach startled – houses for sale €30,000
  • CDP proves you can fight class discrimination by secondary schools (Limerick)
  • Campaign against domestic violence (National)
  • Discovery Channel in the Liberties (Dublin)
  • Young and out of work (Dublin)
  • New guidebook to development education (Dublin and national)
  • Politicians in fear of the Community Development sector

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Issue 15 - Suicide prevention

  • 1 September 2005
  • Suicide prevention
  • Disabled fight 80% jobless rate
  • Contracts issued for 10 new CDPs
  • Counselling and Community Development
  • Publicans brought to court; CDP offers advice (Cork)
  • Islands bridge the digital divide (Mayo/Galway)
  • Report from Columbia
  • Ten essentials for Volunteers

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Issue 14 - Volunteers are worth €485 million

  • 1 June 2005
  • Volunteer work in Ireland
  • Editorial: Should creating poverty be a crime?
  • Should Counseling and Community Development really go together?
  • CWC works on despite funding cut (Galway)
  • Women dole out the truth on inequality (Donegal)
  • Boost for project working with town's 'forgotten people' (Tipperary)
  • Community & Voluntary Sector is "primitive and under-developed"
  • Whisper it low: Community development work is political

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