Training and courses
- SDG advocate programme with Development Perspectives
There’s still time to apply to become an SDG advocate. This training course will allow advocates to deepen their understanding of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, represent the project, and lead transformative change in Ireland. Details of the application here.
- Recovery and Resilience Training Programme
FREE training on funding, digital skills, governance, GDPR, management and far more delivered by Carmichael, on behalf of the Community Foundation of Ireland. Registrations for this programme here.
The Commission on Taxation and Welfare are holding an open public meeting on 02 March to hear your opinions, thoughts, and comments. Registrations here.
The Local Authority Waters Programme (LAWPRO) is hosting a public meeting on the Draft River Basin Management. It will include an overview of the national plan and local information on Dublin City. Registrations here.
News from the wider network
- NWC – 05 March – International Women’s Day
The National Women’s Council (NWC) will hold a rally outside the Dail to call for political leadership and action on women’s equality. Find out more here.
Open call for anyone interested in building integrated greenhouses and who want the help of coaching with GROOF experts. Find out more here.
- “Hello, how are you?” Campaign 02 March
“Hello, how are you?” day, organised by Mental Health Ireland, is on 07 April, and supporting resources will be on the website from 02 March. Find out more here.
- Stop food waste campaign #stopfoodwaste
Did you know that National Stop Food Waste Awareness Day is Tuesday 01 March? You can find out more about the campaign, the day and how to get involved here.
- Aontas Adult Learning Festival
The Aontas Adult Learners’ Festival will take place from 7 – 11 March. If you would like to get involved in the festival, you can find out more here.
Last Thursday of the Month Members’ Meet-Up
Please come along to our Last Thursday of the Month Member’s Meet-Up on Thursday 24 February from 7.00pm – 8.30pm
There will be a general presentation about the PPN, a presentation by guest speaker Paula Leonard from The Alcohol Forum, and a chance to network with other Dublin City PPN member groups.
John Redmond, your Joint Policing Committee Representative will introduce the event, and everyone is welcome to come along.
Email Ruth for the zoom invite: 7.00pm – 8.30pm 24 February
(Last Thursday of the Month).
Dublin City PPN is hosted by Dublin City Volunteer Centre, and you can find out more about their work and activities here.
Strength in using a common structure.