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The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is an initiative of 70 countries. It aims to secure concrete commitments from governments to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance. It is run by a steering committee composed of governments and civil society organisations. As part of this international initiative, every two […]
To download the report from the 2016 preparatory workshops organised by Community Work Ireland and EAPN Ireland please click here The Social Inclusion Forum (SIF) was established by Government as part of the structures to monitor and evaluate Ireland’s National Action Plan for Social Inclusion (NAPinclusion). The Social Inclusion Division of the Department of Social […]
Welcoming the official launch of the LEADER programme by Minister Heather Humphries today, Community Work Ireland called on the Minister and her department to ensure that LEADER support is used to address the very real issues of rural poverty, inequality, social exclusion and isolation. Speaking at the launch, CWI spokesperson, Sinéad Smith stated, ‘Isolation has […]
Community Workers Connecting, Reflecting and Acting: Realising Social Change in Ireland. Final programme and registration now available
Our Communities: National Framework Policy for Local and Community Development Update June 2016 CWI has produced a brief document providing an update on the Framework Policy for Local and Community Development and the plans that the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government have in relation to developing an implementation plan. This brief is based on […]
Public Participation Networks (PPNs) were introduced in all local authority areas following the enactment of the Local Government Act, 2014. The Department has developed a draft PPN User Guide to provide practical advice to all stakeholders on the operation of PPNs. This guide addresses a number of relevant issues including membership of PPNs, PPN activities, […]
Community Work Ireland has produced a series of extracts from the PfG that we believe will be of interest to our members.
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 […]
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 […]
The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Mr. Brendan Howlin T.D., established a public consultation on commissioning human, social and community services.
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 […]
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 […]
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