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 […]
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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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