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
We would like to thank the prime Minister #DavidStanton, TD for attending the event and also for presenting the Certificates award Ceremony. #AnastasiaCrickley, #virginijaUmbrasiene, #DamienEnglish, #TommyReilly and everyone who attended the event.
March is the month of raising awareness about racism globally. This year Cultúr and many other community groups hosted an Anti-Racism Event on the 29th of March @ 2pm to mark this special month.
March is the month of raising awareness about racism globally. This year Cultúr and many other community groups will be hosting an Anti-Racism Event on the 29th of March @ 2pm to mark this special month.
Beauty Makeup course took place in Navan for Migrants women living in Co. Meath. Inter-culturally diversified group was very keen to acquire basic make-up skills facilitated by an experienced make-up artist. It was a highly enjoyable and beneficial experience to all female participants- make-up skills were proved to be inherent knowledge regardless y of affiliation to different cultures.
We would like to thank everyone who participated on Meath Intercultural Network in celebrating International Human Rights and Migrants Day.
We had powerful guest speakers, different organizations introducing what they do and also samples of food from different countries.
Big thanks to
- MEP Mattcarty
- John O’Dowd
- Meath Crime Prevention
- Youthwork Ireland Meath
- Mosney Community
- Reuben Hambakachere
- Meath Travellers Workshop
- Meath Volunteer Centre
- Meath PPN
- Meath Library Navan
- Polish School Navan
- Russian School Navan
- Lituanians School Navan
- Muslim Womens Group
- Citizens Information Navan
- African Womens Development Group
- Meath Partnership