The focus of our conference will be on building better outcomes for Irish society, as we ask questions and seek solutions on the sort of society that we envision and the steps we must take to get there.
The job of de-medicalising Primary Mental Health Care across the EU: Can we afford to, can we afford not to?
Conference hosted by Nessa Childers MEP In association with Network for Psychotherapeutic Care in Europe (NPCE), University of Limerick - 30 & 31 May 2013.
Women for Election, an organisation to inspire and equip women to succeed in politics, will run its INSPIRE programme in Galway on Saturday 15 June. Join over 350 women who took part on the programme last year and prepare yourself to get involved in the 2014 local elections.
The UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre’s biennial conference takes place on the 13th and 14th June 2013 at NUI, Galway. This year the aim of the conference is to view trends, challenges and options relating to citizens’ engagement and participation in the field of Family Support.
Wednesday 22nd May, 11am - 3pm. Get your blood screened for Cholestrol, Prostate, Iron Levels, Diabetes, Blood Pressure tested. Information talk on nuitrition and a healthy lifestyle at 6pm followed by Q&A and private consultation after. Talk on "Supporting Young People's Mental Health".
On Wednesday 22nd May, you are cordially invited to attend a public lecture outlining the work and legacy of the world renowned Palestinian writer, intellectual and activist, Edward Said. For many years the late Said's voice illuminated and provided a framework for understanding the politics of the Conflict and the colonialist Orientalist mindset that asserted and continues to assert that Palestinians and Palestinian culture are primitive, foreign, other.
Dublin City Public Libraries continues its 2013 Career Direction and Development Programme on Thursday, 23rd May, from 1.30pm – 2.30pm in the Business Information Centre, Central Library, Henry Street, Dublin 1 with a free workshop given by Jane Downes.