In 2020 NCCWN Limerick Women’s Network carried out a survey asking the women of Limerick to let us know how their lives have been impacted by COVID-19. A report on the findings is now available
NCCWN are delighted to be official members of INAR – Irish Network Against Racism. INAR is the largest, dynamic and evergrowing Network against racism in Ireland. INAR is a national network of now 124 civil society organisations working collectively to combat racism in our country.
NCCWN Impact Survey – Women During Covid 19 was undertaken to gauge the impact COVID-19 has had on women in Ireland. Read the key findings
NCCWN & Barbara O’Meara Artist invite the women of Ireland to write anonymously about their experiences of living with Covid 19 for this NCCWN Community Art Project, a unique opportunity to record the social history of women in Ireland in 2020
Read the NCCWN Pre-Budget 2021 Submission here
NCCWN is calling on the Government to ease COVID-19 restrictions in maternity services and allow birthing partners to be present at all pregnancy related appointments, scans, full labour and births as soon as possible.
NCCWN is calling on the Government to ease COVID-19 restrictions in maternity services and allow birthing partners to be present at all pregnancy related appointments, scans, full labour and births as soon as possible and are asking concerned members of the public to get involved in their letter writing campaign
NCCWN invites you to take part in our Covid-19 impact survey. The findings of this survey will provide women in Ireland with a collective voice; help identify the issues and challenges now experienced by women and help influence new strategies being developed in response to Covid-19 and inform our response.
NWC launch Pre Budget Submission saying Budget 2021 must tackle gender inequalities exposed by Covid
Congratulations to the 22 women from NCCWN Ronanstown Women’s Community Development Project who recently completed their Level 7 University Certificate in Women, Gender and Social Justice. Ronanstown Women’s CDP University Partnership with UCD School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice is running since 1999.
The purpose of this submission is to share the knowledge we have gathered over the 18 years of engagement the NCCWN projects have had with women living in Ireland.
It was an honour for NCCWN to be part of SORT OUR SMEARS Art Installation & Ceremony remembering all the women who have died and all the women who are still affected by #CervicalCheckScandal.