NetWORK Project,supporting and empowering Migrant women to gain employability skills.Well done to the twelve amazing women who attended the sugar craft and cake decorating training. The project is coordinated by Cultur Migrant Centre and Meath Partnership with support from The Department of Justice and Equality and Pobal.
8 women attended a NetWork meeting in IBM Campus in Damastown on the 11th of October 2018.
The participants had an opportunity to tour the online customer service support unit.
Two migrant women working with IBM shared their stories of their journey so far and offered some CV and interview tips to the participants.
Participants of the Network Project with Deidre Moore of Celtic Recruitment.
- 7 women attended Moch interviews in the Newgrange hotel facilitated by Celtic recruitment
” This was an opportunity for me to attend my first interview in Ireland and I got a chance to prove my worth”
Accredited Cambridge Bussines English ( BEC) Courses & Examination, CEFR Lrvels B1, B2 & C1
(70 hours in total: 6 hours per week over 2 session)
- 3 levels: Including contribution towards BEC exam fees
- Internationally recognised Cambridge University Certificate in Business English
99.9% participants passed final examination
100% participants improved their English language skills
Successful 2nd edition of PolskaÉire Festival in Navan took place on Sunday 3rd of June officially opened by Cllr Tommy Reilly Mayor of Navan and Lukasz Chimiak 1st Counsellor, Head of the Political & Economic Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Dublin. The event was carried out with collaboration of Polish Embassy, Credo Polish Association in Ireland, Cultúr Migrant Centre and Polish Saturday School in Navan. Over 400 people attended and participated in various family activities and enjoyed stage performances. Visitors had an opportunity to discover interesting facts about life in early Medieval Age in Vikings settlement and see their armament and fights. Local businesses presented their goods on the day. The fantastic performers took possession of stage, their present different style of music, artistic gymnastics, some drama and dance acts.
There was a lot of fun activities for the youngest Festival participants and the delicious intercultural food available made happy every food lover happy on the day. The beautiful weather completed family and fun event on St. Patrick’s School Grounds. Thank you all for joining us!
What an incredible #Africanday it was, Thanks very much to everyone who attended the event.pictures and videos will be out soon.
In celebration of Africa Day 2018, Meath County Council and Cultúr Migrant Centre will host a red carpet fashion show in the Meath County Offices on Friday, May 25th. This event will showcase the broad diversity in African clothing culture and will also feature African dance, art, drumming and face painting, as well as African cuisine. The event is designed to facilitate engagement with the wider community and encourage awareness of African culture in Meath.
Log onto Meath County Council’s website or www.africaday.ie for further information
The NetWORK Project supports female refugees and female family members with permission to remain in County Meath who are currently in direct provision or who have recently transitioned into independent accommodation in county Meath.
The project has a focus on developing and delivering a ready-for-life and work skills programme to the participants and will also provide a comprehensive life skills employability programme that will equip female refugees with the skills required to succeed in Ireland