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Women’s Collective Ireland Welcome Visitors from Boston

Women's Collective Ireland recently welcomed visitors from Tufts University, Boston.   The group from Boston, were members of Tufts University's Women in International Relations, founded in 2019 to explore opportunities for women in international relations (IR). WIIR...

WCI Staff Graduate from UCD’s Women, Gender & Social Justice Programme

  Last week, Women's Collective Ireland celebrated as 3 members of staff graduated with a Level 7 Certificate from the University College of Dublin.   Continuing the 25 year old partnership UCD Associate Dean, Dr Aideen Quilty, and WCI Ronanstown Coordinator, Sinead...

WCI Ronanstown attend launch of (UCD) Community Engagement Report 2022-2023

WCI Ronanstown Coordinator, Sinead Mahon, recently attended the launch of University College Dublin (UCD) Community Engagement Report 2022-2023. Sinead had the privilege of speaking alongside Associate Professor Aideen Quilty about WCI Ronanstowns partnership with...

Women’s Collective Ireland Limerick Publish Informative Canvassing Card

Yesterday WCI Limerick published an informative canvassing card, created to assist grassroots women in discussing the issues that matter to them with their local and European election candidates.   The canvassing card, based on feedback WCI Limerick received from...

Women’s Collective Ireland Attend CES Research Report Launch On Community Education

Yesterday WCI’s Programme Coordinator, Vivienne Glanville, and WCI Ronanstown Coordinator, Sinead Mahon, attended the launch of an exciting report which WCI Ronanstown participated in on lone parents. The Centre for Effective Services (CES) conducted the research for...

Connection Through Craft – Empowering Women Through Craft

This Monday on World Art Day, staff of Women's Collective Ireland attended an event organised by Ronanstown Women's Community Development Project and Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation. The event, Connection Through Craft, was created to celebrate...
WCI are Hiring

Women’s Collective Ireland are recruiting for a National Human Resources Officer

Women's Collective Ireland are now recruiting for the position of National Human Resources (HR) Officer. The position is being offered on a Fixed Term contract post for a 12-month period from start date, and requires the candidate to work 21 hours per week. The...

Women’s Collective Ireland – Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Awareness Seminar

Women's Collective Ireland recently held an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Awareness Seminar which was facilitated by our wonderful patron Ailbhe Smyth. The seminar served as a way to bring together the WCI Board of Directors and staff, for an informative day that...

Women’s Collective Ireland Grassroots Women’s Manifesto – Launch

Women's Collective Ireland (WCI) Grassroots Women’s Manifesto - Launch It is the experience of Women's Collective Ireland (WCI) Projects that, the women with whom we work, have the clearest view of the effects of government policies on their lives and those of their...

WCI – 2023 Recap

🎉 2023 Recap 🎉 As we bid farewell to 2023, we can't help but reflect on what an incredible year it has been. From countless achievements across the country, it's been a jam-packed journey that has shaped us in more ways than one. Let's not dwell on the...

WCI Events

WCI Limerick – January 2024 Term

WCI Limerick – January 2024 Term

Some upcoming courses and workshops happening in WCI Limerick.   Representing Women - 10-week course - online On Tuesday Feb 6th WCI Limerick next round of Representing Women begins. This will run for 10 weeks, every Tuesday from 7pm - 9pm via zoom. Representing Women...

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PEIL WCI Steps to Employment for Women Programme

NCCWN were delighted to be successful in the second round of ESF PEIL funding. From 2014-2019 NCCWN engaged with 296 women to support them into employment, education and training through the PEIL STEPS for Women Programme.

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.

STEPS is available in 10 locations Lucan/Balgaddy, Tallaght, North Clondalkin, Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown, Limerick, Donegal, North Leitrim, Mullingar, Monaghan, and South Kerry. Register your interest for 2022 by contacting us below

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International Women's Day 2020

On Wednesday the 4th of March 2020, the NCCWN Dublin Region celebrated International Women’s Day by hosting “Celebrating Feminism Today In Ireland” event in the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Dublin.

Watch the video below for all the highlights of the day or read more here