KODE Kimmage Open & Distance Education
Latin America Development Issues with LASC starting 23rd January http://lasc.ie/ev…/latin-american-development-issues-course/
UCDVO Development Film Series 2018 The UCDVO Development Film Series beginning on January 29th includes 5 high quality feature documentary films on subjects relating to development and global justice issues. Each Monday screening is followed by a guest speaker and refreshments. Seat bookings should be made in advance of each screening by emailing: email@example.com View our website for programme details: www.ucdvo.org/events/ucdvodevelopmentfilmseries/ This event is free of charge and all are welcome. Follow us on facebook for updates and reminders www.ucdvo.org
If you have good news or events you would like us to share in 2018 please let us know. Let's hope 2018 is better for all of us https://www.facebook.com/Avaaz/videos/10155594738888884/
Latin America Development Issues with LASC starting 23rd January http://lasc.ie/events/latin-american-development-issues-course/
ENAR's latest report on racists incidence in Ireland http://enarireland.org/enar-irelands-january-june-2017-ireport-ie-reports-of-racism-in-ireland-published/
Governance for not-for-profit organisations Training In collaboration with Care Alliance, The Carmichael Centre is delighted to be delivering a one-day training session on governance for not-for-profit organisations. Places are limited and are reserved on a first come first served basis. To register, go to Eventbrite http://bit.ly/2ExuT7H before close of business on Monday 19th February 2018, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Focus Ireland half-day seminar on Images of Homelessness Title: Focus Ireland half-day seminar on Images of Homelessness Date: Wednesday 17th January 2018 Time: 9:30am - 1:00pm Venue: Royal Society of Antiquaries, 63 Merrion Square S, D2 Half-day seminar and discussion on image and public attitudes of homelessness and explore the implications these constructions have in shaping policy and service responses to homelessness in Ireland. Keynote Speakers: Dr Francesca Alabanese, Crisis (UK) - "How to Create More Effective Messages on Homelessness" Dr Beth Watts, Herriot Watt University - "Navigating the ethics of responses to homelessness: intentions, impacts and innovation." Discussion Panel: Cormac Fitzgerald, TheJournal.ie Dr Paula Mayock, Trinity College Dublin Mike Allen, Focus Ireland ....with more participants to be announced.... Link: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/images-of-homelessness-tickets-41456828490