The Community Platform and ATD Ireland invite you to contribute to the debates of ''Health as a Human Rights'', a 3 hour Seminar to discuss the Community Platform "Six principles for an inclusive health policy".
Registration for The Wheel’s National Conference for Community, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations will close at noon on Monday, 26 June. The conference, which is the biggest annual gathering of Ireland’s nonprofit sector, takes place on Wednesday, 28 June at Croke Park.
Focus Ireland and the School of Social Work & Social Policy (TCD) would like to invite you to two separate events on Homelessness Prevention in June. A public evening event entitled “Preventing Homelessness: Lessons from Wales and Canada” and a Lunchtime “Roundtable Discussion on Preventing Homelessness”.
After a successful tour in the UK, the award-winning documentary Resilience is now Premiering in The Republic of Ireland. This is the film helping the world wake up to the impact of childhood trauma. The findings of the Adverse Childhood Effects study, published in 1998, have revealed the most important public health findings of a generation.
The Committee on the Future of Healthcare which was established by the Dáil in 2016 with a remit to achieve cross-Party consensus on a single long-term vision of healthcare and health policy in Ireland has now published its Report. On Thursday, 29th June, the Health Reform Alliance will host a Policy Forum about the Sláintecare Report and what it will mean for the future of health and social care in Ireland.
War, oppression and poverty continue to displace millions of people worldwide. While some attempt to reach Europe by treacherous journeys, many more remain displaced closer to their homes. Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders will hold a free event at the Little Museum of Dublin discussing medical treatment for displaced people and those on the move.
With regards to the development of a Sudbury School in North Sligo, North West Leitrim, there will be two public meetings. Film showing, 'Being and Becoming', 7.30, Wednesday June 14 and Information evening, 7.30, Wednesday July 5.
Take part in a focus group as part of research for a Masters dissertation on alternative forms of home-ownership in Dublin. The research is looking at setting up housing co-ops as a way to provide more affordable housing, give tenants more control over their housing and live with a lower environmental impact.
Discover how you can be empowered as a online learner at the An Cosán Virtual Community College (VCC) Open Day on Tuesday, 11th July 2017. VCC is here to help you succeed through community education, using virtual and online technologies. It’s for adults of all ages. So if you’re ready to learn, we offer a practical alternative to guide you along the path of learning, helping every step.