|9 May 18||
Dublin school wins All-Ireland Concern Debates championship
Students argued to rekindle the spirit of 1968 to create a better world
|3 May 18||
Concern CEO welcomes €3m Irish Aid funding for crisis-hit South Sudan
Chief executive of Concern Worldwide Dominic MacSorley has today welcomed Irish Aid’s commitment in supporting efforts to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in South Sudan.
|25 Apr 18||
Concern CEO calls for revitalised EU leadership on Syria in face of brute militarisation
Dominic MacSorley also welcomed Ireland's financial pledge to the crisis
|24 Apr 18||
Dublin footballer Michael Darragh Macauley visits Kenya with Concern Worldwide to mark 2018 GAA charity partnership
Concern Worldwide is today pleased to announce Dublin inter-county footballer Michael Darragh Macauley as its ambassador to mark its official charity partnership with the GAA for 2018. The five-time All-Ireland winning star took time out over the Easter break to visit Concern’s programmes in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya as part of its campaign to raise awareness of the UN Global Goals.
|2 Apr 18||
Irish stars thanked by Concern for Ireland's forgotten 80s Band Aid-style charity hit
Concern Worldwide’s own charity single ‘Show Some Concern’ by The Concerned spent three weeks at number one in 1985 – same year as Live Aid concert.
|28 Mar 18||
Concern pays tribute to generosity of the Irish public as it marks 50th anniversary with President Michael D. Higgins
Concern Worldwide has paid tribute to the extraordinary generosity and compassion of the Irish public after being honoured by President Michael D. Higgins at a special 50th anniversary event at Áras an Uachtaráin.
|22 Feb 18||
Concern Worldwide welcomes Joint Oireachtas Committee’s review of Irish Aid programme
Concern Worldwide today warmly welcomed the recommendations of the Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs and Trade and Defence in their review of the Government’s Irish Aid programme.
|21 Feb 18||
Concern reiterates zero tolerance approach to reported misconduct cases
In light of recent reports about sexual misconduct across the humanitarian aid sector, Concern has said it expects the highest standards of behaviour from its 3,900 staff worldwide. We have a zero tolerance approach to any conduct that does not respect the rights and dignity of others and we believe that our safeguarding reporting systems work effectively.
|30 Jan 18||
Irish public praised as over €1 million is raised by Christmas appeal
Concern Worldwide inundated with messages offering hope to beneficiaries
|25 Jan 18||
Democratic Republic of Congo facing one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises in 2018
Ireland’s largest humanitarian aid agency is highlighting the worsening conditions in DRC, where 13 million people need aid, including 4.3 million made homeless due to conflict and 7.7 million suffering from acute hunger.