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The PPN is a countrywide initiative to build a network of community, social inclusion and environmental groups who work within a local authority area. The focus of the PPN is to empower and assist groups to participate in local decision making. The Dublin City PPN operates in the Dublin City Council area.

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PPN Bulletin

PPN Structural Review The Department of Rural and Community Development have published their review into the PPN structure.  The review of the PPN structure, commissioned by DRCD, was conducted by …

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Environmental News Colin O’Byrne would like to tell you about the *Return for Change* awareness campaign with Voice Ireland.  The campaign is a collection system for used drinks containers packaging …

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Environmental News Our Energy Future is a Friends of the Earth workshop from 12 – 5.00pm (in person), on 16 June.  How can Ireland deliver a pro-active and inclusive response …

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We would like to thank everyone involved in our first ever PPN Summer School this week in DCU.  Many thanks to:  Tadgh Jenkins, Barry Mulcahy, Helena McCanney, Rita Sharkey, Jane …

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Many thanks to all those people who came along to our PPN Plenary in St Patrick’s Cathedral last night. Many thanks to Deputy Lord Mayor, Cllr Joe Costello, who launched …

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News from the Environmental Pillar The Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications (DECC) would like to invite Dublin City PPN to participate in the 2022 Climate Conversations.  Volunteers are …

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News from the wider PPN National Volunteering Week is taking place this year from 16 – 22 May.  The PPN hosts, Dublin City Volunteer Centre, have a series of events …

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PPN Events Please register if you would like to come to the PPN Plenary in St Patrick’s Cathedral, on 26 May, from 7.00pm – 8.30pm here. Please also register for …