We are delighted to announce the details for our next Leadership Academy Breakfast Club, which will be held Thursday 6 April 2023 from 9.30am to 11am, and will be held at online. This month event has been our most requested topic to date and looks at the concept of succession planning.
Established in 2006, AONTAS’ STAR Awards acknowledge outstanding adult learning initiatives across the island of Ireland. This year, 26 projects were nominated across five categories including Health and Wellbeing; Third-level Access and Engagement; Social Inclusion; Global Citizenship Education; and Learner Voice.
Funded by Irish Aid, the 'Climate Heroes’ competition will see local groups across the country try to minimise their carbon footprints. The team-based climate competition will begin on Earth Day 2023, 22 April and last for two weeks.
This year we are planning to have Wear Red Day on the 31st of March and 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.
NAI brief Oireachtas members ahead of Brain Awareness Week which takes place from March 13 – 19. There are only two community neurorehabilitation teams in Ireland, despite nine teams being required. This means that only 15% of neurological patients in Ireland have access to vital care to support their recovery.
We are looking for the following to join our team (in office 1-2 days per week): Advocacy intern & Programmes intern. The interns will be offered a wide range of interesting tasks that contribute to our advocacy or programmes work.
Text 50808 is recruiting volunteers - volunteer from home, any day, any time to support people in crisis. Crisis Volunteers support our texters to our 24/7 free crisis text line, via their laptops from the comfort of their homes.
Join us for three weeks of fun where we will celebrate all things art, culture, diversity, and inclusion. The Five Lamps Arts Festival is kicking off on the 13th of March with a jam-packed schedule ending on the 2nd of April. From live music to dance performances and art exhibitions to workshops, there’s something for everyone to enjoy!
The Africa Faith and Justice Network Ireland Antenna invites you to our Spring Webinar entitled; Women and Girls - The Impact of Corporate Irresponsibility. We are concerned that around the world, women dominate often informal and precarious working conditions; they are vulnerable to exploitation and abuse, the target of corporate land grabs, and face additional legal barriers due to poverty and subordinated status in society.
Board members & the staff team were on hand to greet the minister and share details on the work of Recycle IT a social enterprise striving to create training & employment opportunities through the recycling of old, damaged, or unused electrical & electronic equipment collected from homes & organisations.
IHF will host an Open Evening online on Wednesday 28 March 2023, 7 – 8pm aimed at prospective students for the Professional Certificate in Children and Loss course commencing 7 September 2023. IHF invite and welcome professionals who have an interest in further studies in the areas of Children’s Loss and Grief to attend.
We wish to recruit and train Helpline volunteers to expand our National Helpline service. The primary role of the Helpline volunteer is to provide information and support in a safe and confidential environment.
The UCDVO Film Series taking place from the 3rd April to the 3rd of May in the UCD Cinema. Five highly acclaimed human rights documentaries with guest speakers and performances. Screenings are free of charge but seats must be booked in advance.
To transport patients from their homes to the hospital & return patients to their own homes after their appointments. This service is specific to patients undergoing chemotherapy and, more rarely, radiotherapy treatment.
Online platforms are places we can connect, express, learn and explore. LGBTQ+ youth can find community online, develop new skills and be inspired by LGBTQ+ activists across the globe. But we know sometimes that online platforms can also turn nasty.
Right now, our teams in Northern Syria are treating the injured and supporting medical facilities with medical personnel and emergency medical supplies along with distributions of essential humanitarian basics such as water, shelter materials and blankets. This work is only possible because of donations from people like you.
This year we are swapping our summer tea parties for a nice spring cuppa of something special! Drink Tea for MND is taking place in March for the first time ever and registration is now open!! Do you want to put a spring in your step and invite some friends and family over for a cuppa and help raise funds for people with MND?
We are seeking friendly, reliable people to provide telephone support to our Helpline callers for 3-hours a week. As we are expanding our helpline service Monday through Thursday from 5.00pm to 7.30 pm.
Lone parents, people affected by addiction or imprisonment, people with disabilities, older adults and migrant women are among the marginalised and vulnerable communities that experience multi-layered and intersectional barriers to lifelong learning participation in Ireland. That’s according to new research launched by AONTAS, the National Adult Learning Organisation.
We need your donations! Please help us by donating to The Five Lamps Arts Festival 2023. We're so looking forward to all the events that are happening over the coming months, and without your donations and continued support, this festival simply wouldn't be possible.
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