This webinar series explores complexity theory and related aspects for public service and child protection and welfare work. We aim to increase insights into how complexity theory frameworks and approaches can help practitioners, managers, leaders and academics to better understand and engage with complexity at practice, service and system levels.
This online workshop will include information on the Early Intervention Foundation Guidebook evidence standards and how evidence might be gathered per the EIF ‘10 Steps for Evaluation Success’ framework. There will also be a short Q&A.
Learn about self knowledge, consciousness and the power of concentration in our upcoming talk in Limerick. All classes are free of charge. This talk is an introductory talk. Further classes for those interested in learning more can then be offered online or in our centres in Dublin and Galway.
For the first time, Narrative 4 is running online CPD training for primary school teachers! Are you a primary school teacher who cares about nourishing connection, kindness, and well-being in the classroom? We have free spaces available (normally €150) on our online training course.
Join us as we come together to explore the big topics related to the social economy in Ireland and the EU. It will be a day of learning and partnership building, including a light lunch. This event will take place on Friday, 3 November in the Ashling Hotel, Dublin, from 9am-4.30pm.
The lives of these six men, known as ‘the Sallins Men’, were changed irrevocably when they were arrested, detained, charged, convicted and imprisoned following the Sallins Train Robbery in 1976. Their case remains one of the most significant miscarriages of justice in modern Irish history.
Safeguarding Ireland today launched a two week public awareness campaign to promote greater public understanding and application of the Assisted Decision-making Capacity Act, which came into effect in April.
The National Disability Authority is excited to announce that it will launch new guidance for conducting collaborative research with disabled people on October 10th as part of the Annual PPI Ignite Network Festival. This webinar will be of particular interest to researchers, disabled people, disability-related organisations, research funders, and policy makers.
Communities across the country could benefit from an extra €160 Million in legacy giving if Government were to increases awareness and encourage charitable bequests, according to new research from Community Foundation Ireland
This Training of Trainers has been designed for Adult & Community Education (ACE) Practitioners to deepen their understanding of Global Citizenship Education (GCE) and to enhance skills in incorporating GCE into professional practice and to be leaders in transformative change.
The foundations to begin working with complex trauma and to becoming a trauma informed practitioner are presented in the Complex Trauma workshop by Dr. Kevin Fehin. Due to demand this complementary workshop considers in depth how to work more directly with complex trauma.
HUGG will hold a LIVE Volunteering Information Session over Zoom on Thursday September 28th at 1.15pm to 1.45pm. Our information sessions provide a brief background on HUGG, and details on everything involved in volunteering with HUGG, including the training and supports we offer.
Amplifying Voices is a project to offer migrants the opportunity to tell their story in their own way - join us to share their experiences through photography, video and podcasts. Amplifying Voices is a project created by Development Perspectives that offers migrants an opportunity to learn storytelling skills and develop new creative ways to share their stories.
Selection by Design offers two unique opportunities to become professionally BPS/EFPA accredited in psychometric testing this autumn! Train for the qualifications of Occupational Test User or Forensic Test User.
Join VSI at our monthly meetup and workshop! Our next meetup will take place online, from 19:00 to 20:00, on Tuesday, 26 September. This month's meetup is on the topic of LGBTQ+ rights, and will be hosted by one of VSI’s ESC volunteers, Dylan.
This event will bring together diverse perspectives from industry leaders, consumer representatives and policymakers – from Ireland and across the EU – to discuss and debate key issues for the financial system. This event is free to attend and you can attend in-person and online.
Join me on Zoom for an introduction to conscious breathwork and kundalini meditation with gentle movement. No experience is needed and this practice is suitable for all levels of fitness and health. All proceeds for this event go towards Aislings upcoming trip with the Hope Foundation.
Philanthropic Support helps to support 17 groups and children they work with €1M in funding being made available. Traveller and migrant families, young people with autism and mothers with difficult pregnancies are among those benefitting from a ‘Children’s Promise Grants Programme’.
For the second year running, Mental Health Ireland have chosen to mark the whole month of October as World Mental Health Month. This October, the charity has a jam-packed programme of events to raise awareness of World Mental Health Month and love you to get involved!
Irish charities could benefit from over €112.5 million in additional charitable bequests over the next decade if a VAT exemption was applied to the cost of making a will when a gift to a charity is included - according to research published by My Legacy.
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