Development Perspectives is a Development Education NGO and registered charity (No. 18555) based in Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland and is part of a national and global network of curious, critical thinkers and development practitioners working for social justice.
Bobby McCormack and Margaret Downey are the co-founders and the team is made up of a network of highly skilled and talented individuals with a background in both the formal and non-formal sectors. Together we combine our different talents, interests and perspectives to create a creative team of development workers who are not afraid to ‘think outside the box’ or challenge accepted norms.
Vision: Our vision of the world is one where people live in peace with each other, in harmony with nature, free from the shackles of hunger and poverty and who are willing to work and co-operate with each other to bring about an equitable, just and sustainable world.
Director: Bobby McCormack – firstname.lastname@example.org
Board of Management
Chair: Sheila Coyle
Deirdre Gavin – email@example.com
Public Engagement Officer:
Deborah Conlon – firstname.lastname@example.org
Insight Project Worker:
Mog Downey – email@example.com
Stephanie Kirwan – firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Crewe – email@example.com
Gareth Conlon – firstname.lastname@example.org
Shane Walsh – email@example.com
Development Perspectives is a signatory of the Dóchas Code of Conduct on Images and Messages (“the Code”) and commits to applying the Code’s principles for all their communications.
Find out more about giving us feedback on our application of the Code here:
Dóchas Code Champion: Deborah Conlon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Should you have any complaints about our applications of the Code please feel free to email our Dóchas Code Champion. If you are in any way unhappy with our response to your complaint you can contact the Dóchas Director at email@example.com.
The Comhlámh Code of Good Practice (CoGP) for Volunteer Sending Agencies.
Development Perspectives is a signatory of the Comhlámh Code of Good Practice (CoGP) for Volunteer Sending Agencies. The Code is a set of standards for organisations involved in facilitating international volunteer placements in the global south.
To find out more about the code please visit: www.comhlamh.org/code-of-good-practice-2-2
If you feel we are not adhering to the Code please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are in any way unhappy with our response to your complaint you can contact email@example.com