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Honouring women’s struggle for justice and human rights

For Human Rights Day 2021 – with its theme of Reducing Inequalities: Advancing Human Rights – we’re looking at the issue of women in peacebuilding through the eyes of women in Latin America, some of whom are being supported through Misean Cara members’ human rights projects. This is the subject of a Learning Brief recently published by …

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World AIDS Day 2020: COVID-19 and the Human Rights lessons we can learn from the HIV/AIDS epidemic

For World AIDS Day 2020, Misean Cara Project Officer Eamonn Casey (Human Rights & Policy) examines the critical lessons that can be learned from the HIV/AIDS epidemic to ensure a rights-based approach to managing the COVID-19 pandemic. As the COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdowns continue to result in multiple, intersecting crises around the world (health, …

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Misean Cara Welcomes Two New Board Members

Misean Cara Welcomes Two New Board Members Misean Cara is pleased to announce the appointment of two new members co-opted to its Board of Directors: Ms. Marie Mulvey and Mr. Charlie Lamson. Their co-option on 11th November follows the earlier appointment to the Board of Fr. David Kenneally, a member of the Missionary Society of St. …

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Inaugural Misean Cara Climate Action Award Winners Announced

No corner of the globe is immune from the devastating consequences of climate change. Storms are more extreme, droughts are getting longer, coral reefs are dying, oceans are acidifying, and forests are burning.    At Misean Cara, we are dedicated to action in response to the global climate crisis, working to reduce our energy consumption and …

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