“You continue to ask me where does that information come through. But if it comes up through the wrong people, people get assassinated. That is life.” Delft community safety group member ‘Accountability’ can seem to be a boring, technical term, far from the most important issue in peoples’ lives. But when you start to dig […]
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The World Cup game between Brazil and Germany was quite similar to the Millennium Development Goals in several ways. In 2001, the MDGs came into effect. Like yesterday’s game, they were eight goals. Last night, it was Germany, a developed country playing against Brazil, an emerging economy. Similarly, the MDGs represented a contract between the developed countries […]
Neve Frecheville, lead policy analyst for CAFOD and former chair of the Beyond 2015 campaign addressed participants at the President of the UN General Assembly’s High Level Event on human rights and rule of law this week (10 June). The following blog is an adaptation of her presentation. The points she raises are informed by […]
On 14 March 2014, Participate responded to the Open Working Group (OWG) Focus Area Document, urging members to listen to the voices of those living in greatest poverty and to ensure that the words ‘leave no-one behind’ become enshrined in the post-2015 agenda. In 2013, Participate and its partners carried out research in which people […]
The Work With Us exhibition is back up (3-7 March) at the UN headquarters in New York. The exhibition, hosted by Participate in partnership with the Permanent Mission of Ireland to the United Nations and supported by Irish Aid.