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# Dochas

Last year
Oireachtas Committee urged to increase funding for ‘abandoned’ Sudan
All time
Almost all women in Irish prisons are there for committing petty crime
Trainee solicitors are going into prisons to teach prisoners about the law
The Dóchas female prison experienced the highest number of assaults by convicts on officers last year
'It is our duty and it is our responsibility to help the poorest people in the world'
Suzanne Keatinge
Shell to Sea activist Maura Harrington arrested in Mayo
Single mother from Donegal jailed for not paying her TV licence
Column: 'It is time to re-think what we think we know about Africa'
Hans Zomer
From white-collar criminals to murderers: Rare glimpse inside women's prison
Irish people have no idea how much we spend on foreign aid
"There are so many emergencies to respond to, there aren’t enough people"
Is Ireland doing enough to help the global fight against AIDS?
National state of calamity in Philippines as Irish aid agencies call for support
Today honours the aid workers who risk their lives to help others
Support for Irish overseas aid "remains strong"
Report on penal reform due today
Calls for accountability and regulation in the charity sector
Column: 'There are 1800 people in Ireland who may have HIV but don't know it'
Pam McHugh
Irish people still believe overseas aid is important