Events

International Centre for Business Development: Workplace Diversity and Cross-Cultural Competency Workshop

The Workshop on Workplace Diversity, Equality and Cross-Cultural Competency is specifically designed to improve attendees Cross-Cultural Competency in our diversely populated world. The whole world is gradually becoming a global village with diverse groups of people and races of varying psychosocial disposition and ideologies coming together within the workplace.

Region: 

Dublin 15

Expiry date: 

24/04/19

LYCS: Active Hope Workshop

This workshop is aimed at people who are concerned about the social and ecological crises we face, in Ireland and the world. Many of us are moved to act when we recognise injustice. But how do we sustain our actions and remain hopeful when things get tough? This workshop will allow you to pause, reflect and reconnect with your inner passion but also express how you feel about the social and ecological crises we face. 

Region: 

Dublin 8

Expiry date: 

28/04/19

Public Lecture by Dr Linsey McGoey & Book Launch ‘Funding, Power and Community Development’

Public Lecture by Dr Linsey McGoey, author of ‘No Such Thing as Free Gift: The Gates Foundation and the Price of Philanthropy’ followed by the launch of: ‘Funding, Power and Community Development’ edited by Fergal Finnegan and Niamh McCrea with a response by Dr John Bissett, Monday 29th April, 6-8pm, F2 Centre, Rialto, Dublin 8.

Region: 

Dublin 8

Expiry date: 

29/04/19

Making Them Listen #LE19 #EP19: A workshop on talking to politicians this election season

As Local and European elections approach, Financial Justice Ireland are hosting a collaborative workshop to discuss what the priorities are for social and financial justice groups, and how we can effectively communicate these priorities to political candidates and politicians.

Region: 

Dublin 8

Expiry date: 

30/04/19

The Best Banned in the Land: A Forum on Free Artistic Expression

Brendan Behan said it best: the finest Irish writers were all banned sometime. From James Joyce to Edna O’Brien, none escaped the censors’ wrath. ICCL has teamed up with a host of artists and activists to remember and examine the role of censorship on 30 April from 11am to 4pm. Guests include Be Aware Theatre Company, Lian Bell, Donal Fallon, Declan Long, Una Mullally, and more to be announced.

Region: 

Dublin 2

Expiry date: 

30/04/19

Oxfam Ireland: 'She Pays the Price'

Oxfam Ireland is hosting an event called ‘She Pays the Price’ with Oxfam International Executive Director Winnie Byanyima. Winnie is a world-renowned expert on women’s rights and will be delivering a keynote address on challenging the barriers women across the world face in attaining economic empowerment. Globally, women pay the price for an economy that systematically discriminates against them.

Region: 

Dublin 8

Expiry date: 

01/05/19

Helping Hands – Information sessions for community groups on improving your grant applications

Community groups are invited to attend evening regional events which will provide information on how to submit good applications for grant funding. The events in each area are run by the Department of Rural & Community Development, Pobal, the Local Authority, the Irish Local Development Network, and the Local Development Company / Companies. They aim to provide hints and tips on how to make a better application and how to identify local supports that community groups can draw upon.

Region: 

Various Locations

Expiry date: 

02/05/19

Mental Health Engagement Sessions - Be Active in Improving HSE Mental Health Services

Mental Health Engagement; what’s it all about? What is a Local Forum? How can I signpost people to this? How can I take part? Mental Health Engagement Sessions: Drop in Sessions for People who use Mental Health Services, Family Members, Carers, Supporters & Staff Drop in Session Open to: HSE, Community, Voluntary, NGO* Staff (Non-Governmental Organisation.

Region: 

Tullamore, Co Offaly

Expiry date: 

02/05/19

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