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Hunger · Nutrition · Climate Justice - A New Dialogue: Putting People at the Heart of Global Development
The Hunger · Nutrition · Climate Justice Conference took place in Dublin Castle from 15-16 April 2013, during Ireland’s Presidency of the EU.
The Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice, together with the Irish Government, hosted this unique event, combining key policy makers in global development with the people living on the frontlines of climate change and food insecurity.
The Foundation's Research Database maps ongoing climate justice research in third level institutions in Ireland and also identifies climate change, human rights or development research with potential to have a climate justice application.
The database contains researcher details, research summaries, examples of research papers and information on links with research partners in developing countries. It is a browseable online resource created by the Foundation.