Raising awareness of the girls and women who live in the slum communities in Kolkata and West Bengal. The Hope Foundation was founded by Cork woman Maureen Forrest who wants to celebrate the positive outcomes for young women in the slum communities of KolKata and West Bengal – many who have ...Read More
Breakthrough Cancer Research is inviting cancer patients, survivors, and volunteers across Ireland to be part of a Public and Patient Involvement (PPI) panel to help improve future cancer research, treatments and care.
The aim of PPI is that cancer research is done ‘with’ people with cancer, not ‘to’ them,” Dr. Frances Drummond, Breakthrough Breakthrough Cancer Research (Breakthrough) is inviting cancer patients, survivors, their families, and members of the public from all walks of life across the country to get involved in its Public ...Read More
Crawford Art Gallery will provide tours which are open to all and free of charge every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday, starting from Sunday 20 February at 2pm. Expert tour guides invite visitors to delve into the National Collection and numerous exhibitions held at Crawford Art Gallery. The tour experience ...Read More
Ministers McEntee and O’Gorman welcome publication of review of accommodation for victims of domestic violence
The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, and Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, today welcomed the publication of the Tusla review of accommodation services for victims of domestic, sexual and gender-based violence. The Ministers also outlined the priority areas for refuge provision, as well as long ...Read More
In a challenge fit for an Olympian, Natalya Coyle and Arthur Lanigan O’Keeffe are urging the people of Ireland to go for purple and undertake a 65 Roses Challenge for Cystic Fibrosis Ireland’s 65 Roses Day on Friday April 8. The husband-and-wife team are asking people to take up any ...Read More