Election 2020 Event

All are welcome-Booking is Essential- so kindly register with
NCCWN Blayney Blades to 042 9753412 or us NCCWN-Dochas for Women to 047 62573 or 087 1507056

Registration and refreshments at 6.45pm in Iontas Centre – Transport available from Monaghan Town.

Election 2020 - meet the Cavan/Monaghan candidates

Women’s Manifesto

National Collective of Community Based Women’s Networks recently launched our Women’s Manifesto. Political candidates will be knocking at your door over the next two weeks seeking your vote in the 2020 General Election on the 8th of February. Our vision is a just and equal society for all women. If this is your vision too please use it as a tool when political candidates knock at your door. Ask them to support the twelve key issues including your own local issue if elected, to bring about women’s equality. Contact your TDs on social media or email and ask them if they support women’s equality!

NCCWN Manifesto 2020


NCCWN Clare Women’s Network – Introduction to Consent Workshop

On Thursday, February 6th NCCWN Clare Women’s Network will host a one day training event, An Introduction to Consent Workshop, at our premises in Clonroad Business Park, from 10am to 5pm. It will be facilitated by Gráinne Carr, an experienced facilitator who has been immersed in the study of the concept of Consent for more than 4 years.
This workshop is free but place are limited and booking is essential. A light lunch is also provided.
Please email for further information or to book a place.
Becoming aware of our right to have personal boundaries, noticing our boundaries, being able to communicate them to family, friends and in society in general, this is a very empowering skill set to have.
It’s time now for us to learn more about and incorporate this skill into our daily lives.
Introduction to Consent workshop

Silence+Voice – A Festival of Feminisms

NCCWN Clare Women’s Network is delighted to once again present ‘Silence + Voice, A Festival of FeminismS’ in Danlann an Chlair, Ennis on the 19th and 20th of October.

This unique event will offer 400 participants an opportunity to reflect creatively on silence and voice as part of their journey as women in Ireland.

Speakers at the two day event will include feminists and activists from around the country. This year we will be guided by but not limited to overarching themes of:

– Feminism

– Anti-racism

– Environmentalism

– Militarism

The speakers will be joined by local musicians, singers, poets and artists, with some dancing and acting thrown in for good measure!

TICKETS range from a very reasonable €20 – €50 for the two days – a light lunch each day is included.  Tickets available from