Launch of the 2014 DAC Peer Review
Speech by Minister of State Sherlock at the Irish Consortium on Gender Based Violence Annual Seminar. ' Moving Beyond Fear: Prioritising the Safety of Women and Girls in Societies.
Motion for the recognition of the State of Palestine
Minister Sherlock launches the State of the World Population Report from the United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA
Trade between Ireland and Africa is expected to reach €24 billion by 2020, Minister for Development, Trade Promotion and North South Cooperation, Seán Sherlock told the Africa-Ireland Economic Forum in UCD’s Smurfit Graduate Business School today.
Speech by Minister Sherlock on the Ebola Crisis during topical debates in the Dáil
Minister Sean Sherlock addresses Plan Irlensd's launch event of Because I am a Girl report
‘A Celebration of Vision’ Address by Minister for Development, Trade Promotion, and North South Co-operation Sean Sherlock T.D. at the celebration event for the Mozambique Eyecare Project Dublin Institute of Technology 25 September 2014
Tanaiste addresses International Symposium on Leadership, Peace and Sustainable Livelihoods in Democratic Republic of Congo and Region held in NUIG.
Minister of Trade and Development, Joe Costello T.D., paid tribute to the tireless work of Irish missionaries during his address at the Missean Cara Annual General Meeting.
The Government condemns in the strongest terms the the abduction of more than 200 schoolgirls in Borno State, which was perpetrated on 14 April.
Minister of State Joe Costello TD addressed a seminar on Humanitarian Interventions on the occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide.
Minister Costello's address to African Ambassadors and diaspora at a business forum exploring new ways that the African Diaspora can contribute to creating successful business and trade links between Ireland and African countries.
Speech by the Minister of State for Trade and Development, Joe Costello TD, at the launch of an exhibition of photographs by the All Party Group on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and Development.
Statement of Ireland, Denmark and Norway at the Open Working Group: “Promoting equality including social equity, gender equality and women’s empowerment”
Ireland has a policy commitment to addressing the humanitarian needs in protracted crises situations, particularly those, like the Central African Republic, that are underfunded and do not receive the attention they deserve.