Boomerang Youth Service will be hosting a series of free information talks for parents over the coming months. Each talk will take place on the last Wednesday of each month and will run from 10am – 12pm. Light refreshments will be served.
The Contemporary Music Centre presents a concert celebrating the rich connections between composers and writers from Ireland, while also exploring the historical context of Echoland. Composers featured include Alyson Barber, Brian Boydell, Rhona Clarke, Siobhán Cleary, Robert Coleman, Frederick May and Garrett Sholdice.
The Social Policy Network is a forum for people working in voluntary or statutory organisations whose work includes a social policy interest or policy remit. Members will outline and share recent social policy work in their organisation and there will be a presentation by the Irish Social Sciences Data Archive at UCD on the data the archive holds and its use for social policy.
Blanchardstown Europe Direct Information Centre and Work Matters (the library’s Business, Enterprise and Employment Support Service) in conjunction with the Local Enterprise Office in Fingal (LEO) are offering a series of Business Advice Clinics in Blanchardstown Library on Thursday 13 and 27 April.
Front Line Defenders, together with ARC and Amnesty Ireland, are delighted to host Regina Fonseca, sexual and reproductive rights defender from Honduras, and Anna Cosgrave, founder of the REPEAL project and assistant to Senator Lynn Ruane, in conversation with the Times (Ireland edition) journalist Ellen Coyne at 6:30 on 27 April at Filmbase, Temple Bar. Regina will also speak at events in Belfast, Limerick, Cork and Galway.
Garret Campbell of Global Schoolroom will give a talk on his organisation and the teacher in-service programme due to commence in Sierra Leone led by Gráinne Horan. This will be followed by chat finger food, and music. All Sierra Leoneans and Irish who hold SL dear to their heart are welcome.
Young Friends of the Earth are a group working to advance global climate justice by mobilizing and inspiring people to join the movement, and on April 29th they will screen the newly released documentary 'Awake, A Dream From Standing Rock' from 7pm in FilmBase, Temple Bar. This is taking place as part of the People's Climate Movement global demonstration.
Latin America Week 2017 from the 22nd of April to the 1st of May. Events in Dublin, Belfast, Limerick and Galway. This year our keynote speaker will be indigenous leader from the Guarani-Kaiowa in Brazil Ladio Veron.
Our Maternal Mental Health Awareness Day was set up with the main aim being to dispel the myth that the transition to motherhood is effortless. We would like to implement Paint your Bump day to bring awareness and start a conversation about this hugely stigmatised area of Mental Health.
Concern Worldwide invites members of the public to join us for our annual All Ireland Final of the Concern Debates competition. Now in its 32nd year, the Concern Debates programme has given a platform to over 20,000 students to debate issues of development and social justice.