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About Ann Irwin
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Entries by Ann Irwin
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CWI Policy Working Group Terms of Reference Rationale Community Work Ireland is seeking to strengthen membership participation and involvement in the development and monitoring of CWI policy positions as they pertain to community work and to CWI. To this end CWI is establishing a Policy Working Group. The CWI Policy Working Group will: Create a […]
DRCD launches a five-year strategy to support the community and voluntary sector in Ireland 2019-2014
CWI Submission to the Community Service Programme Review sets out the benefits to communities and the benefits to workers and calls for the expansion of the programme based on a set of values that reflect community work values. CWI has been appointed to the Review Advisiory Committee. Any suggestions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The current system of direct provision is not fit for purpose, undermines the human rights of asylum seekers and contributes to the perpetuation of a cycle of poverty, segregation and alienation of asylum seekers – Read the CWI Submission on Direct Provision
In this issue – Submissions on Direct Provision; Social Inclusion Forum 2019 – Summary Report; Sustainable, Inclusive and Empowered Communities: A 10-Year Strategy to Support the Community and Voluntary Sectors in Ireland – the implementation plan for the Framework Policy on Local and Community Development and more………
SIF Report & Presentation available to download
In this issue: The special edition of IACD Practice Insights featuring the World Community Development Conference 2018; National Social Enterprise Policy for Ireland – call for submissions by May 14th; Review of the Community Services Programme; Social Inclusion Forum 2019 and more………
Read the CWI Submission to the National Volunteering Strategy
In this issue – WCDC2018 Keynote Speeches; 1916 Higher Education Bursary Fund for marginalized students; CWI Rohingya Solidarity – Thinking Globally, Acting Locally; The Community Foundation for Ireland – Older Person’s Fund and more….
Community Work Ireland: working collectively to support and promote community work as a means of addressing poverty, social exclusion and inequality and advancing human rights A Very Christmas to all CWI members and we look forward to working with you in 2019 Welcome to CWI Community Work News, the Community Work Ireland Newsletter December […]
Community Work Updates November 2018
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The housing crisis is affecting whole communities throughout Ireland and particularly those who experience the highest levels of poverty, inequality and social exclusion
Over 400 people from all over the world came to Maynooth University in June to discuss, debate and learn about community development practice
Social Inclusion in a Changing Environment
CWI & EAPN Prep Meetings
Community Work Ireland made a submission/comment on the terms of reference of the Department of Rural and Community Development review of Local Community Development Committees.
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