Nasc – Migrant and Refugee Rights Centre has launched a public information service for migrants. Its called the Its called the Covid19 World Service.
Over 20 doctors who have recorded scripted Public Health videos in over 30 different languages about Covid19.
We have information videos in Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, English, Hindi, Kurdish, Macedonian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Spanish, Urdu and Yoruba.
They will be available on nascireland.org. Please share them with residents, staff and volunteers via WhatsApp and social media.
They will be a valuable resource for GPs and others also.
Dignity Partnership (DiP) is a social enterprise that provides self-employment support services to people who have or are living in Direct Provision Centres.
Dignity Partnership (DiP) is a social enterprise that provides self-employment support services to people who have or are living in Direct Provision Centre.
Training for Dignity Partnership volunteers takes place each Saturday from 2 to 4 pm.
Dignity Partnership (DiP) is a social enterprise that provides self-employment support services to people who have been or are living in Direct Provision Centres.
Our goal is to support our beneficiaries to improve their confidence and self-esteem, helping them to value themselves and feel valued by their community. Increase knowledge on core business skills and empowering individuals to be ready for self-employment or to be employed. Empower our beneficiaries with self-employment and enterprise creation, giving them a sense of autonomy.’
If you are interested please join us every Sunday at 3pm.
Agenda for June
7th June Discussion on challenges and solutions in identifying your skills/ talent Part 1
14th June Digipreneur skills 2
1st Discussion on challenges and solutions in identifying your skills/talent Part 2
28th Confidence Building
WHEN 4th May 2020, 7 pm
WHERE online on our social media, links below
See Through Cafe and Rua Red invite you to join us for an evening of music on Bank Holiday Monday 4th May at 7pm.
Join our live virtual café to hear some new music and to chat with our guests.
Ines Khai, Niwel Tsumbu and Christie Kandiwa will chat to us, they will answer your questions and play some tunes! You can’t miss it!
Join this live See Through Café via Facebook or YouTube.
Drop in for songs, poems, stories and artwork in Arabic.
Share and celebrate your culture!
Welcome and مرحبا to Arabic culture and Language group “Marhaba” ,
We will be talking in Arabic and English to help kids and parents practice both languages, learn Arabic stories and childrens songs , and practice arabic speaking and reading together.
مرحبا لمجموعة المتحدثين باللغة العربية “مرحبا” , هنا نتواصل باللغتين العربية والانجليزية للتدرب على اللغة مع الأطفال واهاليهم ، نتعلم قصص الأطفال العربية والاغاني الأطفال ، ونتدرب على التحدث والقراءة بالعربية.
Join us every Wednesday afternoon at 3pm.
Irish Culture & Information
A change in surroundings is always challenging.
New ways of speaking, doing things, customs and bureaucracy.
In this group we hope to answer all of your questions – big or small – that you may have about Irish culture, its customs, how to find your way around the country and any paperwork you might need to complete.
Or maybe you are just wondering why Irish people are so obsessed with the weather in a country that is so rainy or why we appear to be bad at turning up on time for things….
We are open for all of these kind of conversations too!
Join us every Friday at 1pm.
Support for parents of Primary-school age children.
Learning materials, games and help navigating the system.
Join us on Wednesday afternoon at 2pm.
We have now reached the end of the secondary school year and we will shut down these meetings for a while. Come back to us in August for advice and information.
Support for parents of Secondary school children. Help to navigate the system and with anything you might have forgotten!
This is a challenging time for all school students and their parents – particularly those sitting state exams. At the Secondary School Chat we will support parents and guardians with any specific queries they may have on secondary school subjects or issues related to the second level system in Ireland.
We will also guide you to the many helpful resources available to assist parents and their children at this time in their studies and also in relation to their leisure time.
Introducing Nicola, one of our moderators
Join us every Friday at 3pm.
For help, advice and general techy support
The place to come when you need a bit of help. Zoom meetings, tools and lots of other stuff.
Tuesday or Thursday at 5pm
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Topic: The Toolshed
Time: Apr 20, 2020 04:00 PM Dublin