NALA visit the Dail!

NALA Student Development Fund activities Visit the Dail last October.  Local TD John Lahart was contacted to arrange the tour and 25 participants, volunteers and tutor of the Intercultural Drop-in Centre Tallaght were part of the learning experience.   Participants had an opportunity to learn about the Houses of the Oireachtas and see an exhibition…

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  Creativity is such an important tool for communities to have. The women’s art group in Clondalkin Intercultural Centre meet once a week to learn arts and crafts and socialise. Everyone has the ability to create wonderful things – it doesn’t matter how it looks, its about the process and the friends we make. Art can heal.…

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Small Capital Grants Scheme Now Accepting Applications!

South Dublin County Partnership is inviting applications from local social enterprises for the Small Capital Grants Scheme, recently announced by Mr Michael Ring TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development. The scheme will provide grants of between €2,000 and €15,000 for equipment, repairs or refurbishments which will enable social enterprises to improve their service. The scheme is…

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Case Study – 4 The Family

4 the Family is a new 4 week programme for parents that aims to provide simple tips to improve family life! We have created a short, non-judgemental programme that helps parents with the following 4 aspects of family life: play, parenting, health and technology. All of the content is based on research, evidence based programmes…

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Free Mental Wellbeing Course!

If you want to learn more about Understanding and Minding your Mental Health, GROW is running a 4-week FREE evening programme for adults starting Nov 4th in Kilnamangh FRC.   (See poster attached)   The course includes: Week 1 Monday 4th November: Understanding & Promoting Positive Mental Health Week 2 Monday 11th November: Building Resilience…

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Case Study: Development of Stagecraft Musical Group (SICAP Goal 2)

“Better Outcomes Brighter Futures” recognises that learning goes far beyond formal schooling to embrace the broad range of life experiences and learning processes that enable children and young people, individually and collectively, to develop their personalities, talents and abilities, and to live a full and satisfying life within society.”   Aims: The Summer Musical Project was devised…

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