Commencing September 2018
- Substance Use Issues (SUI) & Community Work Course (QQI Level 5) in conjunction with Cork College of Commerce. The SUI course promotes good practice amongst those working in a paid or voluntary capacity with young people or communities affected by substance misuse. Delivered on Tuesday evenings from 6.30pm to 9.30pm over 22 weeks of the academic year, from September to April. Includes add on Child Protection and SafeTalk training. Open for applications from May to August.
For further details see: SUI Course Brochure 18-19 and
Substance Use Issues Community Work App 18-19
or Contact Jackie in CODAAP for more information.
The Partnership Post Summer 2018
Are you interested in representing your area on Cork Local Drug & Alcohol Task Force?
If yes, you or a representative of your community group are invited to a meeting on community representation in the SOUTH Centre of Cork City on the Task Force (CLDATF) on the 10th May 2018.
*Cork South City Centre includes Middle Parish/Evergreen Street, City Hall A, Greenmount, Turners Cross A, South Gate, Gillabbey A, City Centre A & B.
The community meeting will have a presentation on the work of community reps on the CLDATF, a discussion on the rep role & the opportunity for you to participate in change in your Community?
Poster advertising community rep info meeting_South Parish 10 May 2018
A huge Thank you to all at Cork Institute of Technology who hosted a
social coffee morning in the Dining Hall in the Tourism Building for Clients and Volunteers of Friendly Call Cork on Tuesday, 10th April.
All our clients and volunteers had an absolutely fantastic morning in CIT. From the moment we arrived we couldn’t have been looked after better. The students were all so brilliant from greeting us, to guiding us into the Dining Hall and the wonderful cakes and treats were just superb. Most importantly, all our clients really appreciated the time that the students and the entire team gave to having a chat with them.
Most of our clients had never been to CIT before and I know now that those living in the area will become frequent visitors to the campus.
To Margaret Linehan, Ruth Farrell, Orla Flynn and all the team and students who made this visit possible, thank you so much.
Women enjoying learning in the community !
This photograph (right) shows women attending a holistic therapy workshop on how to make natural, good for your skin beauty products. Included in the photograph is tutor Molly Hartigan. This workshop was organised by
Cork City Partnership as part of its involvement in Corks Lifelong Learning Festival 2018.
Making a dreamcatcher workshop…
Arts and Crafts from the Cork Youth Café Network on display this week in Blackpool Library – fantastic work by all involved.
Knitting, Crochet and sewing by the Happy Hookers (The Glen Knitting, Crochet and Cross Stitching Group) on display this week in Blackpool Library as part of Cork s Lifelong Learning Festival.4
As part of Corks Lifelong Learning week there is display of photography, painting and crafts in CCPs Knocknaheeny Outreach Office, Knocknaheeny Community Building – all welcome.
A discussion evening with food, chat and chat world music will help plan future actions of the cork Intercultural Dialogue Network.
Date & Time: Thursday 22nd February 2018, 6.30- 9.30 pm Food at 6.30 pm sharp. First come, first served!
Venue: Nano Nagle Centre. N.B. *Enter from Evergreen Road* (through the entrance for the *Cork Migrant Centre*)
Tickets: There is no charge for this event but attendants must book in advance on eventbrite / Facebook.
To Register: Please register by Monday 19th February on the link: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/intercultural-dialogue-discussion-evening-tickets-42748822880 or through Facebook on https://www.facebook.com/events/1957995237795613
Download Invite to Cork Intercultural Dialogue Discussion Evening 22 Feb 2018
How to use your smart phone and computer to find the job you want!! Free Event
CV Tips – Where to look for Jobs – How to Apply – Job Apps for phones and Tablets
Register on Job Websites.
Date: Tuesday 6th March
Time: 11.00 am – 1pm
Venue: Blackpool Library, Red Forge Road, Blackpool, Cork
Download poster here Web to Work Event
This is a free event
Our Spring community education brochure is now available, featuring 32 community education courses and a number of certified courses. Courses will run in community locations across the city. To enrol please call in to one of our Outreach Offices or contact Margo Hayes 087 1962023. See the link below for course details. CCP Spring 2018 Community Education Brochure
Monday, 5th February 2018, 11.30a.m., CORK CITY LIBRARY, FREE ADMISSION
Learn about Cork City becoming a City of Sanctuary, listen to personal stories of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Migrants, organisations and projects that support integration in Cork City.
Participate and engage with Maria Wojdylo Kelly’s Art Exhibition
“Language of Life: Language of Humanity. Safety. Sanctuary. Set of Web.”
Official Launch at 1p.m. — all welcome.
11:30a.m. Presentations on Cork becoming a City of Sanctuary; Personal stories of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Migrants;
Presentations from organisations and projects that support integration in Cork City.
1p.m. Launch of the Art Exhibition “Language of Life: Language of Humanity. Safety. Sanctuary. Set of Web.” by Maria
Wojdylo Kelly. Art Exhibition includes photography, poetry, performance and interactive activities.
1.30p.m. Further presentations from organisations and projects that support integration;
Personal stories of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Migrants.
PRESENTATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN THOMAS DAVIS ROOM
Poster for 05.02.2018 Info Event Art Exhibition
Cork Traveller Women’s Network
are delighted to announce our new partnership with the
Triskel Arts Centre
and invite you to the launch at
Triskel Christchurch, Tobin Street Cork
on Thursday, 1st Feb 11am – 1pm
with a special screening of :
Travellers on Film
a presentation from the IFI Irish Film Archive
(imagefrom the MacDonagh Pictures, a film by Ian Palmer)
|The programme, which was co-curated by IFI and Minceirs Whiden, features a broad selection of footage of Irish Travellers from the 1940s to the present day and includes documentary films about Traveller funerals (1940s); Traveller crafts (1950s) ; Traveller nomadism; campaigns for Traveller rights; and contemporary Traveller culture. It also includes fictional representations of Travellers.
After the showing Maria Joyce of National Traveller Women Forum, Kathleen Sherlock of Minceirs Whiden, and Ann Burke of the Southern Traveller Health Network will lead a discussion on how Irish Travellers have been portrayed on film, has this played a part in the stereotyping of Irish Travellers, what if anything has changed over the years. Active audience participation in this discussion is encouraged
|Please Note: This is a FREE BUT TICKETED event. To Book: 021 4272022 & www.triskelartscentre.ie )
Cork Traveller Women’s Network has retained 50 tickets for our members and colleagues from Traveller projects. NB if you would like to access these tickets, please RSVP to email@example.com or let one of our staff know.