Women’s Collective Ireland are recruiting for the following position: WCI Development Worker Donegal - 1 Year Fixed Term Contract (21 hours per week) This position offers an opportunity to work in a long-established feminist community development project that supports...
Women’s Collective Ireland are recruiting for the following position: WCI Project Worker Donegal - 1 Year Fixed Term Contract (12 hours per week). This position offers an opportunity to work in a long-established feminist community development project that supports...
Women’s Collective Ireland (WCI) launches its 2022-2026 Strategic Plan and unveils new name and logo
Since its inception in January 2011, as an alternative grassroots women’s structure when the 17 local Women’s Community Development Projects amalgamated under one national legal structure, WCI has continued to develop and evolve through a many changes and challenges. With this journey in mind, the new strategic plan reflects our evolution as a Collective with a new name and visual identity and frames our direction for the coming years.
On Monday 7th March, NCCWN Blayney Blades saw over 150 people join them to #BreakTheBias which was the theme for this year’s International Women’s Day.
Save the date for NCCWN Dublin Regional International Women’s Day Festival of Events 2022. This year’s theme is #BreakTheBias The Festival will run from 7th – 10th March
NCCWN-Donegal Women’s Network are looking for women living across the Donegal to take part in a 2022 Women’s Day campaign on 8th March, this year’s theme is #breakthebias.
NCCWN welcomes the Tusla review of accommodation services for victims of domestic, sexual and gender-based violence. Yesterday, the Minister for Justice Helen McEntee delivered a draft of the publication of the Third Domestic, Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Strategy to the NGO sector.
We are all shocked and saddened at NCCWN by the murder of Ashling Murphy. This is a reminder that no woman is safe until all women are safe. More needs to be done for the safety of women and girls, the health of our communities must always be a priority.
NCCWN are recruiting a full-time (35 hours per week) Project Coordinator for the Waterford Women’s Centre. The Coordinator will work in partnership with the Board of Waterford Women’s Centre (Access 2000 CLG) to support women’s community development in Waterford.
NCCWN Roscommon Women’s Network were delighted to have hosted the ‘Roscommon Women’s Network Reuse Event’ in Athleague on Friday 22nd October.
STEPS is a free, unique and practical programme which supports women to increase their confidence, build relationships and foster a sense of personal power to shape their lives for future employment or education. Registrations are now open, contact your local NCCWN project to book your place
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.