NCCWN Women Together Tallaght Network are delighted to be able to launch today a link to purchase Home-Words-Bound Zine. Thank you to all of the women across the island of Ireland for there contribution to this project – telling us about their lived experiences of living during a global pandemic. All proceeds to go direct to Saoirse Women’s Refuge
Invitation to Tender: NCCWN is seeking proposals to develop our Strategic Plan 2022-2026. There are two outputs – Strategic plan and Implementation plan.
NCCWN are recruiting a fixed term (one year) part-time (17.5 hours per week) Project Worker for NCCWN Clare Women’s Network and a part-time (21 hours per week) Communications Officer in Dublin
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 Limerick Women’s Network were delighted to launch a new podcast series on International Women’s Day called Unmasked: Shades of Women During COVID-19 where Limerick women share their experiences of life during a pandemic through short stories.
NCCWN Dublin Regional International Women’s Day Festival 2021 8th March – 29th April SAVE THE DATE Book early to avoid disappointment
NCCWN are recruiting a part-time (21 hours per week) Communications Officer
NCCWN are recruiting a fixed term (one year) part-time (17.5 hours per week) Project Worker for NCCWN Clare Women’s Network (CWN). NCCWN CWN is a women’s community development project supporting the equality and development of women in the local area
NCCWN are recruiting a part-time (17 hours per week) Development Worker for NCCWN Tallaght. NCCWN Tallaght is a women’s community development project supporting the equality and development of women in the local area. Closing date 19th of February
We are hiring! NCCWN are recruiting a full-time (35 hours per week) Project Co-ordinator for the NCCWN-Access 2000 Wexford. NCCWN Access Wexford is a women’s community development project supporting the development of women/women’s groups in Wexford. Closing date 15th of February
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