Almost 115,000 euro was spent in Kerry on Anti Racism and Development Education Projects last year. The money was spent by Kade on a variety of training and research projects. Two major research projects were submitted to government during the year.A study into how asylum issues impact on local authorities was presented to the housing strategic policy committee and is also being considered by the national action plan against poverty and social inclusion.A second report researched the issue of racism with 15 Kerry organisations. It’s now being considered as part of the national anti racism action plan. Chairperson of Kade Paul Hanrahan says the organisation will continue to shine a light of development issues and bring knowledge and understanding to the misery caused by global inequality.