Panel discussion on conflict and displacement in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Walt Kilroy • 12 March 2018
Event date 25 Apr 18:30 - 20:30
Event location Room G16, Irish School of Ecumenics, Loyola Institute Building, Trinity College Dublin • Ireland

Development Studies Association of Ireland (DSAI)
Humanitarian Action Study Group (HASG)

Panel discussion on conflict and displacement in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Date: Wednesday 25th April  at 18.30
Venue: Room G16, Irish School of Ecumenics, Loyola Institute Building, Trinity College Dublin (see
map).

Speakers:

  • Caitriona Dowd (Humanitarian Policy Officer, Concern Worldwide)
  • Niamh Gaynor (Dublin City University)
  • Niall O’Rourke (Humanitarian Operations and Performance Manager, Christian Aid)
  • Seán Ó hAodha (Irish Aid)
Camp for displaced people
Katanika Displacement Settlement, Tanganyika Province, is now home to about 70,000 people. Most of them list food, clean water, cash, clothes, healthcare and education as their most crucial needs. Photo: NRC/Christian Jepsen

 

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