CWC Updates

The CWC AGM will be held at lunch time on Monday 3rd of December from 12.30-2pm in the National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI) offices 4th floor, 2/3 Parnell Square East, Dublin 1.  The AGM is open to all CWC members. In order to ensure your membership is up to date please contact info@cwc.ie. To join the CWC or renew your membership on line please click here    If you are interested in becoming a member... | Read on »

The Community Workers’ Co-operative publishes regular e-bulletins to keep members informed between newsletters. Please contact info@cwc.ie if you would like to see a topic covered. The April 2012 issue is now available.  To download a copy please click here Inside this issue Plan to change the funding relationship between state and community and voluntary sector Downsizing the Community and Voluntary Sector –ICTU Report Reforming grant-giving in public administration. Speak out against Racism Interview with Angela Holohan – CWC’s longest... | Read on »

Community Work Updates Feb 2012 now available

The Community Workers’ Co-operative publishes regular e-bulletins to keep members informed between newsletters. Please contact info@cwc.ie if you want a topic to be covered in the forthcoming newsletter. Inside this issue: CWC remains active despite loss of funding New CWC Chairperson Launch of the Towards Climate Justice: a strategy guide for the community sector International Community Development Conference Support for participation at the Annual Social Inclusion Forum 2011 Maintenance of the Interim Endorsement Body for Community... | Read on »

The Community Workers’ Co-operative publishes regular e-bulletins to keep members informed between newsletters. Please contact info@cwc.ie if you want a topic to be covered in the forthcoming newsletter. Inside the February 2011 issue: CWC Election 2011 Brief. Claiming our Future. MRCI Proposals for a more equal and inclusive society. EAPN Ireland General Election Demands 2011 – Making Europe Work. Working for Change: the Irish Journal of Community Work. SpunOut.ie Launches ‘Super Hero Grants’ Youth Civic Grants... | Read on »