Read and listen to the reaction of Trocaire and CAFOD advisors on the disappointing outcome of the UN climate change negotiations in Copenhagen which ended without a legally-binding agreement.
Watch a video report from Indonesia showing how Trócaire is providing emergency relief in the wake of the recent earthquake. Includes an appeal for donations.
Director of Trócaire Justin Kilcullen pays tribute to the late Brian McKeown founding director of Trócaire, who died recently
In this podcast, Eamon Meehan, Trocaire deputy director, discusses the importance of Pope Benedict’s social encyclical – Caritas in Veritate
The director of Trocaire, Justin Kilcullen, has welcomed the release of Caritas in Veriate, the new social encyclical from Pope Benedict XVI.
Trócaire may be forced to end its emergency relief work in Pakistan in August if the agency doesnt secure more funding, it has warned.
A research project is currently underway to gather feedback from parishes on Trócaire’s Lenten campaign and communications with all parishes.
In this podcast listen to an excerpt from the talk given by John Ging (UNRWA Gaza) in St Patrick’s College, Maynooth on 26 March 2009.
The annual Trócaire lecture takes place on Thurs 26th March in Renehan Hall, St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth. All are welcome.
If you had 15 minutes to leave your home and flee for your life and possibly never to return, what would you bring?
Watch a number of videos and image galleries about the Trócaire 2009 Lenten campaign which focuses on people who have been forced from their homes because of armed conflict.
The Trócaire 2009 Lenten campaign is focused on people who have been forced to leave their homes because of armed conflict to seek safety elsewhere.
X-Factor star Eoghan Quigg has helped to launch Trócaire 24 Hour Fast for 2009. Last year 15,000 people from around the country raised over 1 million.
Trocaire’s main focus this year is Grannies who are looking after their grandchildren as the whole middle generation is effected by HIV / AIDS as Catherine Ginty explained to Miriam Gormally.