Entries by Ann Irwin

CWI Chair appointed the first Irish President of a UN Treaty Body

Today in Geneva, Community Work Ireland Chairperson, Anastasia Crickley became the first Irish President of a United Nations Treaty Body. Speaking after her election, Anastasia, who has served as a member and Vice-president of the UN Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination she will now lead, said ‘It’s an honour and privilege to be […]

All Ireland Standards for Community Work

The All Ireland Endorsement Body for Community Work Education and Training have produced a set of standards for community work (building on Towards Standards for Quality Community Work developed and widely disseminated in 2010). The aim is to provide a reference point and guide for key stakeholders that seek to support community work for the […]

CWI response to Our Communities: A Framework Policy for Local and Community Development in Ireland

CWI Response CWI has requested a meeting with Minister Phelan regarding the publication this week of, Our Communities- A Framework Policy for Local and Community Development in Ireland. We have highlighted a number of concerns related to the process leading up to publication and the content itself including;  The Ministers statement that “meaningful engagement with […]

Election 2016

Two Asks for Election 2016 Do you believe that significant effort needs to be made to address poverty, social exclusion and inequality? Do you believe that disadvantaged communities should have a say? We are calling on all Election Candidates to Support Community Development Towards a More Just and Equal Ireland Download the Community Work Ireland […]