Community Development-Renewal

Presentation Centre for Policy and Systemic Change

The Centre was established in 1999 by the Presentation Sisters, in recognition of the need for strategic thinking in relation to the future development of their work. The Centre's work covers four broad areas: learning innovation; social inclusion; influencing public policy, and human rights/ecology.

Our Vision
The Presentation Centre is inspired by the Gospels, Catholic Social Teaching, the example of Nano Nagle, founder of the Presentation Sisters, and an understanding of faith that seeks to do justice. The Centre is committed to:

Probation and Linkage in Limerick Scheme ( PALLS Ltd )

PALLS training centre provides a safe, supportive and non judgemental space, working from the ethos of dignity, respect and equality.

The centre provides an 8 month long needs led programme that aims to empower and guide trainees to take control of all aspects of their life and to equip Trainees with the skills necessary to assist in obtaining either good quality sustainable employment or a return to education.

Aims

Process Work Ireland

Process Work Ireland is committed to facilitating individual and collective change in the world. To this end, we provide training programmes, public seminars, community development and education programmes, individual and group process facilitation and supervision. We also promote research in the field of Process Work.

Raidió na Life

Bunaíodh Raidió na Life 106.4 fm i 1993 chun seirbhís raidió lán-Ghaeilge a sholáthar do Bhaile Átha CliathDoras 7 Cearnóg Mhuirfean  agus an ceantar máguaird ar bhonn oideachasúil agus pobail.

Craoltar raon leathan cláracha mar chuid den sceideal i rith na seachtaine, agus is féidir éisteacht le roinnt de na cláracha sin ar an idirlíon. Tá thart ar 13,000 éisteoir ag Raidió na Life 106.4 fm i mBaile Átha Cliath.

Raidió na Life 106.4 fm  was founded in 1993 to provide an Irish language radio service for Dublin and surrounding areas on an educational and community basis.

Rathmines Access Group

The Rathmines Access Group aims to increase accessibility to local services, amenities, infrastructure and the environment in the Dublin 6 area. The group includes local residents and community representatives and adopts a cross sectional approach, working to include people with physical and sensory disabilities, older people, parents with prams and any person who has an interest in working to address the barriers to full and inclusive access. The Rathmines Access Group welcomes new members.

Rathmines Information & Community Services

Rathmines Information & Community Services Centre Ltd. delivers the Local Development Social Inclusion Programme 2000-2006 to Rathmines and the eastern part of Terenure.

The Centre provides information on all social and community services available in the area. The Centre operates from a community development approach and other projects facilitated by the centre include childcare, employment support, computer training, literacy courses, refugee support services, homework clubs, youth work and citizens information service.

Ronanstown Youth Service

Our aim is to support the development of a broad based service to all young people in the North Clondalkin area;

  • by offering them support advice and assistance with issues, and
  • by helping youth groups to assist the young people in a wide range of activities and opportunities, including mainstream youth groups of special interest such as outdoor pursuits, the arts, sports, drama etc.

We provide direct services for marginalised young people including drug users, young homeless, Travellers, teenage parents, early school leavers and young offenders.

Rossinver Community Development Company (RCDC)

The mission statement of Rossinver Community Development Company (RCDC) is: To make Rossinver a better place to live and work in.

With the help of various funding agencies RCDC has restored the old Ballagh Church and converted it into the New Ballagh Centre, which is used as a community training centre.

There is a craft school and an I.T. school operating in the Centre. These aim to provide affordable and locally available courses to the local community.

Slaney River Trust

Slaney River Trust represents angling clubs, fishery owners and those interested in working in partnership with communities in the Slaney Valley, with Government at national and local level and with anyone who has an interest in improving the ecology, fisheries and riparian wildlife of rivers.

The Trust hosts fishing classes, seminars and field trips in the Slaney Valley, and also encourages volunteers to participate in the habitat improvement programme.