Dublin’s Inclusion and Integration Week 2022 is well underway and will continue until Monday 14 November. More information about all the activities here.
The International Organisation for Migration (IOM), is hosting a film screening and panel discussion on the topic of “Migration and Human Trafficking” at the Light House Cinema on Friday 11 November from 11.00am – 1.00pm Admission is FREE but please pre-book here. A few members of the PPN’s Migrant Thematic Group will be at the event, and they would love to say hello to other PPN Members.
Seen to Be Heard, a photography exhibition that features portraits of women with a secondary breast cancer diagnosis, is available for public viewing until Sunday the 13 November in The Atrium, Civic Offices, Dublin City Council, Wood Quay, Dublin 8. This ground breaking work of artistry and activism aims to drive a sea change in the way Secondary Breast Cancer is perceived. You can book your FREE ticket here.
The Global Village is a multicultural concert where Inclusion and Integration Week’s theme of “A City for All” will be interpreted by performers in their songs, dances, poetry and plays – displaying the beauty of intercultural performing arts that Dublin has to offer. The afternoon of music, dance, and art takes place at the Ballybough Community, Youth and Sports Centre, in D3 from 4 – 7.00pm, on 13 November, and you can find out more about the programme here.
Friends of the Earth would like to offer PPN Members complimentary tickets for Colm O’Reagan’s stand up comedy gig about the Climate Crisis on 12 November from 7.00pm at the Smock Alley Theatre If you would like the complimentary tickets, please contact Megan Maria, who is the fundraising and care officer with Friends of the Earth at her email address here:
Social Justice Ireland invite you to their Annual Social Policy Conference, “Towards Wellbeing for All” on 16 November, at 10.00am online. National and international experts will talk about how a Wellbeing Framework could work for Ireland. You can register for this event here.
Rethink Ireland, Community Finance Ireland and Dublin City University invite you to their event: Rethinking Innovation in Social Finance on 30 November, from 9.30 – 11.15am The venue is to be confirmed, and you can reserve your spot here
ALONE would like to invite PPN Members, who work with older people, to its FREE training programme in November. You can read more about its Community Impact Network (CIN) here and you can complete the Community Impact Network training application from here
News from/about the PPN Representatives and Secretariat
Please come to the PPN Plenary on 24 November, from 7.00pm – 8.30pm at the Rediscovery Centre in Ballymun.
7.00pm – 7.45pm
An introduction from our hosts, The Rediscovery Centre in Ballymun
An introduction from Mick Keegan of the PPN Secretariat.
An update on the review of the PPN Constitution and policies/an update on the PPN’s Vision for Community Wellbeing/an update on the 2023 Workplan
An update on the #addthe10th campaign
7.45pm – 8.30pm
A selection of sandwiches, teas, coffees, and soft drinks will be served, and this is a chance to network with Member Groups, PPN Representatives and PPN Secretariat.
Please email Ruth if you would like to attend, so that we can cater for the right amount of people.
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