Friday, June 30, 2017

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Made in Moyross. Est 2001.
The latest edition features:
- reaction to the State’s long-awaited recognition of Traveller’s ethnicity;
- encouragement to engage in civil disobedience from South African activist Kumi Naidoo (pictured below);
- reports of positivity by community groups nationwide, from Antrim to Killorglin, and indeed internationally.
- It also features Limerick student Emily Duffy’s sleeping bag for people who are homeless, which won an award recently.
The quarterly magazine established in 2001, is managed by a voluntary board of directors and is based in Sarsfield Gardens, Moyross.
CONTENTS
5 NEWS BRIEFS
6 HORACE / VSO appeal
7-9 COVER STORY: Recognition at last! What next?
10-11 INTERNATIONAL / X-BORDER: Winners
12-13 VOLUNTEERING: Sligo follows Barcelona
14 ENTERPRISE: Varadkar presents ICE awards
15-17 KUMI NAIDOO: Questions even he didn’t like
18-19 REFUGEES: A model welcome in Kilorglin
20 NEW COURSE / NEW GRANT SCHEME
21 WHAT’S NATIONWIDE & HAS 48 MEMBERS?
22-25 (& 34) SICAP 2: Community reps have their say
26 OPINION: Soft skills development is “critical”
27 GLOCAL: Think! What did you have for breakfast?
28 OPINION: Stop telling us (women) what to wear!
29 OLDER and BOLDER: by Dermot Hayes, aged 62+3/4.
30 COMMUNITIES ON CAMERA: Seeking change
32-33 AWARDS: Local authorities; Community winners
INDEPENDENT
‘Changing Ireland’ is an independent not-for-profit publication. 
ABOUT US
‘Changing Ireland’ engages in original journalism to highlight the impact of local and community development and social inclusion work across Ireland. We report on action on the ground and provide a space for reflection on what serves people and communities best.
The magazine was established in 2001, is based in Moyross, Limerick, and is core-funded by the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government.

We produce journalism to reflect social inclusion work funded or supported by an array of Government departments and agencies. At the same time, we provide space for those with empty pockets and nothing but community development in their hearts.
We are dedicated to promoting social justice, equality and fair play and to giving people who are rarely heard a voice.
While covering serious issues, we hope our style of journalism provides encouragement to workers, activists and volunteers nationwide, including civil and public servants and all involved in social inclusion in Ireland today. See page 4 for information about the team behind ‘Changing Ireland’. 
SUPPORT
‘Changing Ireland’ generates a small amount of social enterprise revenue. It is core-funded by Government since 2001, receiving support from the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government.

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