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Presentations from DSAI Annual Conference 2016 available now!

Issued 13 December 2016

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Annual Conference 2016: "Beyond Aid? Innovative Models for Social Justice"

Venue: The Education & Research Centre, Harold’s Cross Hospice, Dublin 6

Day 1 - 24 November 2016

Civil Society  I

"International NGOs operating in a fast changing environment" - Dr. Tina Wallace ( Oxford University/Trócaire)
"Knowledge Sharing in International Development NGOs and Partnerships: Towards Addressing the Inefficiencies" - Dr. John Lannon and Dr.John Walsh (University of Limerick), Elizabeth Kennedy and Karen Kennedy (Trócaire)

General Development I

"Rethinking Development Partnerships Intellectually: Cognitive Justice Matters" - Dr. Su-ming Khoo (National University of Ireland, Galway)

Education I

"Safe learning model - Sierra Leone" - Jenny Hobbs and Bernadette Crawford (Concern Worldwide)

Gender I

"Status and Good Behaviour - How Women in Pathriarcal Zimbabwe Influence Power Holders - Alix Thiernan and Róisín Gallagher (Christian Aid Ireland), Paul O` Connor (University of Limerick)

"Pushing the Boundaries: Understanding Women`s Political Participation and Decisin Making" -  Emma Newbury (Trócaire/Newstone Global),  Dr. Tina Wallace (Oxford University/Trócaire), Karen Murphy (Trócaire)

Day 2 - 25 November 2016

General Development II

"Rethinking Development Partnerships Intellectually: Cognitive Justice Matters" - Dr. Su-Ming Khoo (National University of Ireland, Galway)

"Effects of Power-bases on Coordination of Humanitarian Actors (A conceptual presentation of a new study) - Okezie Emmanuel Emuaga (PhD Candidate, University of Limerick)

Civil Society II

"Mixed Messages? Exploring issues of representation in the Irish development NGO sector" - Lydia Kelly (MA Graduate, National University of ireland, Galway)

Education II

"North-South Partnerships for Higher Education and Research Development: A Critical Analysis; An Ireland, Uganda, Lesotho and Zambia  Case Study" - Dr. Fiona Bailey (Kimmage Development Studies Centre)

"Transformative Community Engagement Project" - Prof. Anne Ryan and Dr. Bernie Grummell  (Maynooth University)

"A Review of Higher Education Collaboration for Development Practitioners: Two decades on" - Paddy Reilly (Kimmage Development Studies Centre); Dr. Salone Ole Sena, (MS Training Centre for Development Cooperation, Tanzania)

General Development III

“A glance at the Collective Reparation Program in Colombia: Between assistance, resistance and achieving justice” - Alejandro Valderrama Herrera (Anthropologist and Independent Consultant)