The Central Statistics Office (CSO), would like to let you know that there will be a public consultation on the content of the census form from 30 November until 21 December and the form is available here. Full details of the public consultation is available here.
TU Dublin invite you to a seminar called, “Housing Financialisaton, The Role of Local Authorities and Possible Solutions,” on 6 December, from 4.00pm – 6.00pm and you can reserve your online spot here. Join the expert panel to discuss the issues causing the housing crisis today, and to hear about the solutions from other jurisdictions.
Barka Ireland would like to invite interested PPN Members to its 10th Anniversary celebrations and mini conference on Monday 05 December at 10.00am, at the EPIC Irish Emigration Museum in Dublin 1, with lunch, a concert and complimentary visit to EPIC included. Please see more details about the event here and please follow the registration details on the website.
Insaka-Ireland and Titans Athletic Club have the pleasure of inviting you to the launch of the Dr Harry Edwards International Foundation, on Sport and Social Change, on United Nations Human Rights Day, 10 December in Blanchardstown Library, from 12.00pm onwards. Please RSVP to
Subscribe to Fundingpoint: Fundingpoint is The Wheel’s online database of funding grants for the Irish community and voluntary sector and you can subscribe here.
Dublin Northwest Partnership invite you to their Charities Regulator Training on 07 December, from 11.30am – 1.00pm, at the Axis Centre, Ballymun Road, Dublin 9. The Charity Regulator’s Governance Code has become a major part of consideration of not-for-profits over the past few years. It is compulsory that registered charities can demonstrate their compliance with the standards in the Code and increasingly it is being expected that non-charities follow the same approach. Register for this training here.
Recovery Education would like to offer Dublin City PPN members two workshops in Sleeping Well, online, on 07 December from 2.30pm – 4.30pm and Coping with Christmas, again online on 12 December, from 6.00pm – 8.00pm You can sign up to these workshops here.
News from/about the PPN Representatives and Secretariat
Philip O’Callaghan, (South Georgian Core Residents Association), who is your Finance SPC Representative, is publishing a post on Twitter, every day in December, about individuals, organisations and communities in Dublin, to highlight their positive work, contribution and service. You can follow him at @PpnSpc or #togetherforDublin on Twitter or you can email him at:
Gary Kearny, (Headway), who is your Traffic and Transport Representative, would like to bring your attention to the #Purplelights campaign. Gary said, “This campaign is something very close to my heart. It’s a day of celebration, inclusion and awareness where we shine a light on disability. I am really looking forward to seeing this year’s engagement with the campaign. I have no doubt that we will have a wonderful response to the day”. You can find out more about this campaign, to be held on 03 December, here.
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