Irish Aid Public Consultation for White Paper on International Development


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Irish Aid is in the process of developing a new White Paper on International Development.  As part of this, it has launched a public consultation process that will run from now until early October.

There will be a number of opportunities to contribute to this consultation:

  • The deadline for written responses, is 5.00pm, Thursday, 23 August. Guidelines for written responses are here. These should be sent to
  • There will also be a number of public consultations happening around the country (Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway and Sligo) in September and early October – dates to be confirmed.

The four main questions for the consultation are:

  • What elements of Ireland’s international development experience should the new policy reflect?
  • What are the implications of the changing global context for Ireland’s international development cooperation and humanitarian action?
  • Do the proposed priorities respond to the changing context and contribute to the achievement of our vision of a more equal, peaceful, sustainable world?
  • How can we improve delivery of Ireland’s international development cooperation and humanitarian action?

You can find out more and download the consultation paper here.

IDEA has a group of members working on the IDEA submission. If you would like to get involved please contact

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