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“We’ll be back with our regular updates soon. Until then, please check out what we’ve been up to in our previous posts and keep an eye on our Facebook pages @Cumann na Daoine, @Culinary Skills LTI, @LGBT Network Youghal”
Free Training: Understanding Trauma & PTSD & Supporting the Needs of People Fleeing War or Persecution
HSE Cork Kerry Community Healthcare in conjunction with the HSE National Social Inclusion Office and HSE Mental Health are delivering the following FREE training: Understanding Trauma and PTSD and Supporting the
SECAD Partnership CLG (SECAD) is a Local Development Company established in 1995. Our main office is located in Midleton, Co. Cork. SECAD’s main development objective
The Public Appointments Service is running a TCO competition for Temporary Clerical Officers with Fluency in English and Ukrainian. From the website: https://www.publicjobs.ie/en/index.php?option=com_jobsearch&view=jobdetails&Itemid=263&cid=153766&campaignId=22112900 Closing date is
On March 22nd we were delighted to launch ‘Building Blocks Toolkit for LGBTI+ Inclusion in Youth & Family Services’. Produced by New Leaf Consultancy, this
Getting Back Out There Reconnecting after Covid 19. Easing of restrictions has allowed us to get back to the people and things we love, but
There is a Living Well Programme starting with Session 0 on Thursday 31st March at 10am and there are some places still available! Please contact
This training is part of an ongoing training and development band led by Seeding the County LGBT+ Development Project through Cumann na Daoine. We aim
Information regarding the exciting new Wild Work (LEADER Co-operation) project! The Wild Work project is about to be rolled out across South Cork, West Cork,
Cork College of FET – Bishopstown Campus (formerly Cork Training Centre) will be holding an Apprenticeship Open Day at our Bishopstown Campus on March 31st (9.30 a.m. – 14.00 p.m.) On the day we
The Irish Anti Racism Network (INAR) have launched the SAFE HOMES FOR ALL PROJECT Have you experienced discrimination when accessing accommodation? As part of our Safe Homes
Cork North Community Work Department have developed an animation on domestic abuse in English and Arabic. This resource was developed to address many issues facing
Would you like to work with the Traveller Project based in Cumann na Daoine? Here’s your chance – full details below!
Cork City Public Participation Network (PPN): Full Time PPN Resource Worker St. Joseph’s Community Association and Cork City PPN invite applicants for the post
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.