Everyone deserves the chance to dream, to achieve incredible things and to look forward to a life without fear or poverty.

We are asking you to become a donor and help people around the world break the cycle of poverty. And with 100% of your money going directly to self-help projects you can be sure your money is going to help make a real difference to the lives of profoundly poor people around the world.

The NIPSA Global Solidarity and Developing World Fund is your charity. Established in 1993 as a result of motions passed at the 1990 Annual Delegate Conference. The motions called on NIPSA to examine ways whereby members might become more aware of the problems of the developing world and of the inter-related issues of poverty and social justice throughout the world.
Since the Charity was established it has donated over £650,000 to projects across the World.

NIPSA Global Solidarity Committee are asking for your help.

Please sign up to become a regular donor.

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Ways you can help
  • Organise a tea/coffee morning in aid of the Charity.
  • Pledge a gift through NICVA Cheques for Charity Gift Aid Scheme.
  • Hold a branch meeting to raise awareness of the work of the NIPSA Global Solidarity Committee and the NIPSA Charity.
  • Organise one of your own fundraising ideas.

This publication is produced for review by NIPSA Global Solidarity and Developing World Fund.

It was prepared by United Social Welfare Society (USWS-PAK)

Please click on the link below.


Download this file (Final Report for Submission_NIPSA_USWS_PAK.pdf)USWS-PAK End of Project Report[ ]1754 kB

Report by Liz Skelcher and Lucia Collins on the ICTU Global Solidarity Summer School.

Latest progress report on the NIPSA supported project with Disability Aid Abroad. Click on the link below. 


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I’m guilty of not really thinking about this subject until I attended the ICTU Global Solidarity summer school this year and sat through a presentation on the subject of climate change which totally changed my thinking. I didn’t realise the huge impact that this has on our lives and with small measures we can assist in the change.

What is Climate Change?

Climate change refers to changes in the earth’s climate over the last hundred years. Some of these changes have natural causes but the effect of man-made greenhouse gas emissions is responsible for recent upward shifts in the global temperature. Climate change can cause extreme weather conditions, including hotter summers and colder winters. The UK 21 Century Climate Change Scenarios (UKCIPO8) provides information on the current and future trends of the climate in the United Kingdom.

Despite positive noises coming from the Colombian government, the multitude of problems keeps building for the peace process and the broader political situation in the country.