Welcome to Cumann na Daoine
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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”
Children’s stories of old times from Duchas project https://www.duchas.ie/en/cbes/4921880/4898254 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly https://youtu.be/4oCdwxmeM2A
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Our Youth Work Team are working tirelessly – offering one-to-one sessions over phone, email and text for LGBTI+ young people who are facing increased levels
As Ireland moves into Phase One of the roadmap today, Monday 18th, Minister for Health Simon Harris has warned against a stigma around people not
Here are the links for the Stress Control programme: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjUJQqRfZgE http://www.stresscontrol.org https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_BKErJ_jlSQHKFtHPCRmEctDtcNCCowB Also: here are two very useful documents from HSE Community Health Available
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.