Gen Z
New research shows over half of Gen Z show strong interest in working in the public sector or for themselves November 12, 2019 Young people in Ireland would like to work in the public sector, or to run their own business. That’s according to new research published by Young Social Innovators (YSI), which was carried out as part of the Young Social Innovators …
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SEI Awards 2019
Social entrepreneurs awarded more than €240,000 in funding and support to change Ireland for the better at SEI Awards October 9, 2019 Farm safety, property theft, remote working, anxiety among young people, bullying in school and more equal access to secondary school grinds are the social issues tackled by the winners of the 2019 Social Entrepreneurs Ireland (SEI) Awards, supported by DCC …
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The Ginger Man NLI
Archive of The Ginger Man author JP Donleavy donated to National Library August 15, 2019 The National Library of Ireland (NLI) has announced receipt of the archive of the internationally renowned, award-winning Irish American author of The Ginger Man, JP Donleavy. The author’s archive is wide-ranging, comprising notebooks, manuscripts, playscripts, letters, theatrical posters and programmes, …
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AHEAD
AHEAD launches careers fair for students and graduates with disabilities May 8, 2019 Employers are missing out on a wealth of untapped talent, skills and creativity if they exclude graduates with disabilities from job interview lists. That’s according to Executive Director of AHEAD, Ann Heelan, who was speaking at the launch of ‘Building …
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Most vulnerable school children feeling long term implications of economic crisis – Our Lady of the Wayside National School January 21, 2016 PRESS RELEASE Thursday, 21st January 2016 Most vulnerable school children feeling long term implications of economic crisis – Our Lady of the Wayside National School The long term implications of the economic crisis are now being manifested in the outcomes …
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Simon Cumbers Media Fund - Mary Raftery Journalism Fund
Spotlight on…the Simon Cumbers Media Fund and the Mary Raftery Journalism Fund January 14, 2016 Here in DHR Communications, we work with two major media funds on behalf of clients, through which we have administered funding to leading journalists to pursue topics not always widely represented in Irish media. The Mary Raftery Journalism Fund and …
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Urgent Need for National Strategy for the Private Rented Sector – Threshold December 17, 2015 PRESS RELEASE Thursday, 17th December 2015 Urgent Need for National Strategy for the Private Rented Sector – Threshold With homelessness now reaching unprecedented levels and rents approaching rates not seen since the height of the Celtic Tiger, the introduction of …
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National Photographic Archive receives Irish civil rights activist’s photographic collection December 16, 2015 PRESS RELEASE Tuesday, 15th December 2015 National Photographic Archive receives Irish civil rights activist’s photographic collection The Christopher Robson Photographic Collection was presented to the National Library of Ireland (NLI)’s National Photographic Archive today (15.12.15) by Bill Foley, Christopher Robson’s …
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NCAD Access Programme
NCAD celebrates 10 years of its Access programme December 10, 2015 The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) celebrated the tenth anniversary of its Access Programme at an event in the College. Marking the occasion, which was attended by Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton TD, a new …
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ESB celebrates €10 million charity funding milestone December 1, 2015                         PRESS RELEASE                         Tuesday, 1st December 2015 ESB celebrates €10 million charity funding milestone  Over 400 community and …
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