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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”
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
Dublin Lord Mayor Hosts Hate Crime Event as New Data Shows Racist Incidents Reaches Record High in 2020 ‘How to Tackle Hate Crime and Protect
Why has the use of AstraZeneca Vaccine been temporarily deferred? The delivery of the AstraZeneca vaccine is being temporarily deferred as a precaution. The National
Cumann na Daoine Women’s Group Legacy Project – The First Chapter The Legacy Project began with a series of interviews conducted by local historian Michael
Celebrate International Women’s Day with Cork Volunteer Centre You are invited you to be part of something special for International Women’s Day 2021. Their programme
We’re delighted to have launched our Seeding the County LGBT+ Needs Assessment report following a pilot consultation in 2020. Thanks to Cork County Council and
Anti-Racism Month 2021 #ARM2021 is here! Throughout March the Irish Network Against Racism (INAR), together with members & friends, will be marking & celebrating various
Cork Sports Partnership are delighted to confirm the Autism In Sport Workshop is now available on an online platform! This Autism In Sport Workshop will provide you with an understanding of autism focusing on the delivery of sport and physical
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.