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Cultúr Migrants Centre warmly invites interest from potential new board members to join the board of a locally based community work organisation in Co. Meath

We are passionate and committed to equality, human rights and social justice. If you are too, why not join us!

The organisation is recruiting new members to join the board in May 2015. We are looking for board members who are:

  • Migrants themselves who have an interest in the work of an organisation like Cultúr
  • Energetic and have time to give
  • Committed to issues of equality, rights and social justice
  • Have a real interest in migrant issues
  • Can bring additional skills and knowledge to the organisation e.g. experience in fundraising, communications and PR, governance, finance and human resources

iF If you are interested in this role, fill in the expression of interest form here expression of interest forms.docx

The Meath Action Group on Direct Provision

Action Group On Direct Provision

The Meath Action Group on Direct Provision of which Cultúr is a member has made the following submission to the Working Group on Protection. Read this submission and support the call to End Direct Provision

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Cultur new strategic plan for 2015-18

Cultur recently launched its new strategic plan for 2015-18, this plan presents our direction for the next three years.

PDF logo Cultur Strategic Plan 2015-2018

Baseline Research on Ethnic Minorities

Meath Partnership in association with Cultúr recently launched a new research report entitled Baseline Research on Ethnic Minorities in Co. Meath. This research was undertaken by the Integration Centre using PLA research methods which involved migrants, Travellers and asylum seekers themselves as peer researchers.

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A programme for migrant women living in Co. Meath enabling access to mainstream education, training and employment opportunities

We like to introduce you four new courses:

REACH Policy Lessons Paper

Cultúr publishes a new policy lessons paper on its REACH project highlighting the need for the mainstreaming of good practice regarding education and training for migrant women. We are calling on the government to put in place a process to ensure that the learning from all projects funded under the national EWM programme contributes to gender equality and supports greater acess, participation and outcomes from the labour market.

PDF logo REACH Policy Lessons Paper

Direct Provision Forum

Oireachtas members

Cultúr along with members of the Direct Provision Forum, Oireachtas members and the Irish Refugee Council Core Group meet Oireachtas members about the End Direct Provision Campaign on Wednesday 18th June

FETAC level 5 Community Development Module

FETAC level 5 Community Development Module

Participants from the FETAC level 5 Community Development Module receive their certificates on Thursday 19th June.

This course was funded by the Community Foundation of Ireland.

Ireland's national Integration Strategy

Cultúr submission to the review of Ireland's national Integration Strategy May 2014 can be read here.
Cultúr calls for a national integration strategy that is resourced appropriately and that the policy and legislative framework on racism is robust and supports redress of same.

PDF logo Integration Strategy Submission