It was a great honor to #culturmigrantscenter to be congratulated by the president of Ireland #MichaelDHiggins for the great work with #gaiscethepresidentsaward in mosney,congratulations to everyone who received the award
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
Following on from the successful Empowerment programme Cultúr Migrant Centre collaborated with Sheroes Empowerment Programme and Make me Elegant in Navan.
Over 25 women and youths from different communities took part in the FREE empowerment training on 7th October 2017 from 10 to 5pm in Cultúr Migrant Centre offices Navan, Co,Meath. All the participants had the opportunity to learn how to make Bag, Shoes, and Wigs.
Regina Doherty, Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection launched our new Jobs for U Migrants Progressing Programme on Friday 6th October. A wide range of members of the community participated and supported our launch of the JUMP Programme. We would like to thank everyone who attended and contributed to our success.
Meath Participate! – One Stop Shop Active Citizenship Event
Cultúr alongside the Immigrant Council of Ireland and NASC Cork organised a One Stop Shop, Active Citizenship event for ethnic minorities living in Co. Meath. The purpose of the event was to facilitate civic and political participation of EU and non-EU migrants in Ireland. Engage, integrate, participate!
CEDAW Event, Navan
Cultúr Migrants Centre in partnership with MERAN hosted an event in the Newgrange Hotel, Navan on Thursday, 8th December 2016. We offered women living in Meath an opportunity to contribute to a report to the UN Committee on the Convention of Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).