August 5, 2021

Public Awareness Campaign: Draft Concepts Feedback Invited

A message from the Wheel ‘We need your help in the next stage of the new public awareness campaign on the value and impact of the charity, community and voluntary and social enterprise sector.   As you may be aware, over the last few months, the Campaign Steering Group has undertaken extensive consultation with staff and volunteers in the sector through town hall meetings, polling, a training needs analysis and a FAQ document. As a result of all of your amazing input and feedback, we have worked with a creative agency to develop some draft campaign concepts – and we want to hear what you think. The Campaign Steering Group is committed to making space for everyone in the sector to contribute to designing the campaign. Your voice […]
August 4, 2021

Social Care Ireland membership rates now reduced

*****EXCITING NEWS***** Social Care Ireland is delighted to announce that  membership rates are now reduced. To support new membership and continued growth & development,  which will apply to all new and existing members of Social Care Ireland. Spread the Word – Stronger Together!! Feel free to share this information with your friends/work colleagues. To help us spread the good news even further, can we also ask you to print this poster and hang it up in your work place. Fancy winning €250?? Check out our ‘Refer a Friend‘ Membership Draw Take a look at our Autumn CPD events/webinars, tickets went […]
July 30, 2021

Save the Date: Series of Events on Education in September 2021

A message from Children’s Right Alliance ‘As you are aware, the pandemic has had a significant impact on children and young people’s education over the past 16 months. Those most impacted are groups of children and young people already experiencing educational disadvantage. To highlight the impact of educational disadvantage, we are delighted to be hosting, in conjunction with many of our members, a series of events in September. As part of our yearlong campaign on reduced timetables, our first seminar will focus on Reduced Timetables and the future of alternative education. The Children’s Future campaign was established in early 2021 […]
July 30, 2021

Upcoming Events

REGISTRATION OPENS AUGUST 2021!!! For more information please click  HERE  
July 28, 2021

HIQA publishes overview of its monitoring and inspecting of Ireland’s children’s services during 2020

HIQA has today published an annual overview report of the monitoring and regulation of children’s services in 2020. Please find some key findings from the report below as well as their press release. Please see below infographic containing details from the report – the full report and video are available on our website.   Children’s overview report infographic
July 27, 2021

Autumn courses at the Sanctuary.

While we are not wishing our lives away, The Sanctuary thought you’d like a glimpse of their courses coming up next season. They have an array of workshops and events to welcome you to the changing season, to deepen your practice, build resilience, to engage in mindfulness for social change and inclusion, and carve out some space for self care and a little ‘me-time’, with our half day practices in Yoga and Mindfulness. October will also see the lauch of their 31-Day Meditation Challenge. “Take this moment to pause and check-in. Wishing you well. Your Sanctuary team” Our line up […]
July 20, 2021

Fostering Invite online information event 29th July

Have you ever thought about becoming a Tusla foster carer? Tusla – the child and family Agency in Dublin Mid Leinster are looking for people from communities all across the region who might be interested in becoming a foster carer to a child. Tusla foster carers all have positively transformed the lives of vulnerable children and young people, by helping to provide a safe and loving home environment, where they can grow, flourish and reach the best of their potential. By offering children the opportunity to remain living in their locality we allow them the chance to stay in their […]
July 20, 2021

Press Release from Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth

Minister Rabbitte seeks Expressions of Interest to join Ireland’s Disability Stakeholder Grou July 2021,  July The Minister of State with responsibility for Disability, Anne Rabbitte, T.D., today invited interested parties to apply to become members of the next Disability Stakeholders Group (DSG). This will be the sixth DSG and it will begin its work in January 2022. The DSG has an important role in monitoring the implementation of the National Disability Inclusion Strategy 2017-2022 (NDIS). The NDIS is the key cross departmental framework for policy and action to address the needs of persons with disabilities in Ireland across. Through its actions, the strategy […]
July 20, 2021

ACTIVELINK: Jobs / Volunteering opportunities – July 2021

The newsletter is only a weekly snapshot of activity in the C&V sector. Please revert back to www.activelink.ie for many more volunteer and employment opportunities. VOLUNTEERING https://www.activelink.ie/community-exchange/volunteering 1) Irish Therapy Dogs: Treasurer Irish Therapy Dogs is seeking a Director with finance experience in the fields of accounting, audit and governance to join the board and lead the organisations financial strategy and support the ongoing management of the finances. Region: Dublin Expiry date: 31/07/21 https://www.activelink.ie/node/83296 2) FoodCloud: Warehouse Operations Assistant This is a volunteer position where you will have the opportunity to be a central part of the warehouse team. You will be […]
July 20, 2021

Development of new HIQA Corporate Plan

he Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) is now developing our next Corporate Plan, which will cover the period 2022–2024. As part of the strategic planning development process, we are engaging with our stakeholders on their views on areas that are relevant and important to them. HIQA is interested in learning the particular views you have, as a stakeholder, on what our priorities should be over the next 3 to 5 years by completing a short survey. We will use your feedback to help identify the key challenges and core strategic priorities for HIQA for its next Corporate Plan. The survey […]
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