The Resilient Communities Fund will provide critical supports to projects focused on making communities across Ireland safer, healthier, and more vibrant places to live
The United Nations Democracy Fund invites civil society organisations to submit proposals for funding for projects to advance and support democracy.
Confused about what you can and cannot recycle in your recycling bin? VOICE Ireland are offering free recycling workshops to community groups…
DLR Ethnic Minority Integration Forum are seeking people from ethnic communities and organisations to join their Committee in 2018.
The Seniors Alert Scheme (SAS) encourages community support for vulnerable older people through the provision of personal monitored alarms to enable older persons, of limited means, to continue to live securely in their homes with confidence, independence and peace of
The RSES will identify the Eastern and Midland region’s key strategic assets, opportunities and challenges and set out policy responses to ensure that people’s needs – such as access to housing, jobs, ease of travel and overall well-being – are met, up to 2030 and beyond.
This online consultation seeks views that will inform the development of a National Policy on Social Enterprise, Ireland’s first major policy on social enterprise.
Wednesday 1st November, 10am-1pm, dlr Lexicon, Haigh Terrace, Dun Laoghaire. This FREE half-day event will explore examples of citizen collaboration in the design of public services and spaces. It will look at what conditions are needed for successful collaborations between
On Monday 21st of August DLR PPN held a meeting about Social Housing in DLR for PPN members and representatives on the Social Housing Strategic Policy Committee. At the meeting Deirdre Baber from DLRCC’s housing department gave a presentation
The autumn grant programme will fund community and voluntary organisations across the island of Ireland which are registered charities. Traveller Men Funding for locally-based projects seeking to increase the participation of male Travellers in the development of their own community,