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European Solidarity Corps Conference

Postáilte ag Lucia Iacovone 1 Mí 4 seachtainí ó shin

Déardaoin 27 Feabhra 2020

If you are a voluntary organisation looking to increase your capacity and run meaningful, solidarity projects, then this is the event for you.  Hear case studies. Forge partnerships. Voice your opinion!

Agenda

9:00am – 9:30am    Registration and Networking

9:30am – 9:45am     Welcome & Context Setting

  • Lorraine Gilligan, Manager Clients Services, Leargas
  • Suzanne Kavanagh, Senior Clients Services Officer, Leargas

9:45am – 10: 05am    Considering Civil Society and Solidarity

  • Dil Wickremasinghe, Journalist/Podcaster/Activist  

10:05am – 11:00am    European Solidarity Corps Projects in Irish Civil Society:  Experiences from the Field

  • Kay Mc Cabe, CEO, Involve Youth Meath
  • Roslyn Palmer, Community Education and Volunteer Manager, Community Law & Mediation (CLM)
  • Stefania Marcia, Volunteer Manager Kings River Community
  • Jason Flynn, Volunteer Coordinator, Depaul Charity

 Discussion Moderator:  Dil Wickremasinghe

11:00am – 11:15am    COFFEE BREAK

11:15am – 12.30pm   Facilitated Group Discussion

  • Have your say on how what you think of the opportunities available under the European Solidarity Corps. What are your ideas? What do you need more information on? Share with us!

Discussion Moderator:  Mark Cumming

12:30pm - 12:50pm    Closing Words

  • Alison McCallion, CEO, Central Remedial Clinic

1:00pm – 2pm    LUNCH AND NETWORKING

Venue

Richmond Barracks, St Michael's Estate, Inchicore, Dublin, D08 YY05

Máthairtheanga:
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Arna eagrú ag: 
The Wheel - Ireland’s national association of community and voluntary organisations, charities and social enterprises.
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By the end of the day, workshop attendees will have: • Explored the concept of solidarity and considered how it relates to your organisation’s work • Learnt about the EU’s European Solidarity Corps initiative • Heard from organisations how have hosted ESC volunteers and interns, and from the participants themselves • Networked with volunteers, staff and nonprofits from Ireland’s community and voluntary sector.
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