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We have news of a research project titled ‘Non-Traditional Pathways to Parenthood’ that Ciara Bradley of Maynooth University is working on, with colleagues in DkIT
NeighbourFood Youghal is an online weekly farmers’ market which brings together a network of local farmers and artisan food producers. People can support local farmers
Dear Parent! Youghal Family Resource Centre is a new service in the area. We would like to offer free parent one off workshops/courses on different
45 – 49 year olds and ‘High risk’ people not yet vaccinated can register from today [Fergal Bowers, Health Correspondent, RTÉ] People at very high
IDAHOT Day – International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia History: Conceived in 2004; the date of May 17 was specifically chosen to commemorate the World
Draft County Cork Development Plan 2022-2028 Cork County Council has prepared the Draft County Development Plan 2022-2028 and submissions are now being invited on same.
INAR gives cautious welcome to Hate Crime heads of bill. The Irish Network Against Racism (INAR ) today welcomed as a “positive step forward” the Minister for Justice’s publication of a Heads
New multi-lingual video messages on Covid-19 vaccines The HSE has today launched 36 multi-lingual video messages on the Covid19 vaccine in Ireland. The video messages
This evening’s ‘Supporting Parents of Children Returning to School’ Webinar takes place via zoom on Tuesday 13th of April 2021 at 7pm. This webinar is
Now is your chance to nominate your favourite group for this award from Cork Sports Partnership. The Active Community Awards were established by Cork Sports Partnership
This week RTE Today: Hobbies at Home aired Maria O’ Connor, Award winning Sugarcraft Instructor with our LTI Culinary Skills course with James Patrice on
AT PRESENT OUR BUILDING IS CLOSED FOR THE SAFETY AND HEALTH OF PUBLIC AND STAFF. CONTACT DETAILS FOR ALL STAFF ARE AVAILABLE ON THIS SITE. WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU ALL AGAIN IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
STAY SAFE, AND STAY WELL, PEOPLE. WE WILL COME THROUGH THIS.
Cumann na Daoine is a community based organisation in Youghal, Co. Cork, Ireland. We set out to provide programmes that will empower people to help themselves and each other. We strive to give people a voice, building community confidence and creating awareness of social issues. The spirit of the project is to reach out to all, enhancing skills and giving people belief in their own dignity and self worth. We aim to break down barriers by listening to, and accepting, each others differences. We work from the principles of equality and inclusion and adhere to the community development principles of empowerment, participation, education and collaboration. We are committed to providing a safe, accessible, welcoming and confidential environment for people to explore and value their own power.