to develop online communications in the public interest, to promote action and participation and to foster the sharing of ideas, experience and information for a better world.
Wear Red Day is an important opportunity for schools and students alike to send out a strong message that we as communities welcome diversity, celebrate it, and take a stand against racism in all forms.
We are encouraging schools and workplaces to engage in anti-racism activities with students and to fundraise to provide crucial support for the positive equality and pro-diversity work of the Immigrant Council of Ireland, during the day.
“Sexual and Reproductive health and well-being of migrant women in the Midwest of Ireland; Exploring experiences of access to and knowledge of support services.”
Mid-West Migrant Community Network, GOSHH Ireland and Mary Immaculate College are holding a series of Educational Workshops on the topic of Sexual and Reproductive health and well-being of migrant women in the Midwest of Ireland.
The workshops will take place weekly throughout the month of March
The Our World Irish Aid Awards is an educational program designed for third to sixth class pupils. The program offers curriculum-linked material to teach pupils about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and Irish Aid's initiatives aimed at reducing global poverty, hunger, and humanitarian need.