We are delighted to announce the exciting news that Ailbhe Smyth will be the official patron of NCCWN. We have no doubt that Ailbhe will champion NCCWN work on both a local and National level.
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 Rowlagh Women’s Group in Clondalkin are delighted to recently launch their new term brochure for September to December 2021.
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 Rowlagh Women’s Group are delighted today to launch our Confidential Counselling Service for Women. For more information please contact 085 8622826 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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