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  • June 12: Wealth, inequalities and ageing in Ireland, North and South » News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    and Robin Webster CEO Age Action Ireland The launch will take place from 09 30 12 50 at The Mount Conference Centre in Belfast This event should interest policy makers public service workers voluntary and community sector organisations and researchers interested in the area of social and economic policy and its interplay with our ageing populations More info and book your place HERE http www cardi ie events wealthinequalitiesandageinginirelandnorthandsouth Events

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  • June 12: Housing Manifesto Document presentation » News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    Spain who will be having the European launch of their book Mortgaged Lives as part of our event Aidan O Halloran and Raymond Hegarty will play some good music We are members of the European Action Coalition for the Right to Housing and the City See www housingactionireland worpress com f or more info Events Past Events News Other News October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 April 2015 February 2015

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  • Tell us this week! Songs that changed Ireland: What is your No. 1? » News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    Blowin in the Wind We Shall Overcome etc etc etc The BBC has suggested a list of top 20 Songs that Changed the World a controversial list perhaps but a nice place to get started and not without its Irish influences But what are the songs that can be associated with progressive social change in Ireland specifically What songs have fuelled supported and reflected social justice advocacy and activism Which songs have captured the public imagination and raised awareness about injustice and inequality I put that question to popular music academic Michael Murphy in IADT He acknowledged the heavyweights in this field like Christy Moore and Sinead O Connor but also pointed us in the direction of some less well known songs He highlighted newer artists who comment on a broad range of social actors like Temper Mental MissElayneous Here s some first ideas in no particular order let us know what you would add or take out in the comments below and we ll put together a playlist for the event next week and maybe we can come up with our own Irish Top 20 tunesofchange Banana Republic performed here by The Boomtown Rats Big Decision performed here by That Petrol Emotion Boolavogue performed here by Brian Roebuck Fairytale of New York performed here by The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl Girl in the Grotto performed here by Cry Before Dawn Is This What You ve Waited For performed here by Cry Before Dawn Joxer Goes To Stuttgart performed here by Christy Moore Men Behind The Wire performed here by The Wolfe Tones My Land is too Green performed here by Mary Coughlan Ship Ahoy performed here by Marxman with Sinead O Connor Strange Girl performed here by Paranoid Visions The Croppy Boy performed here by The Dubliners The West

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  • June 20: Tasc-FEPS Annual Conference » News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    appreciated You can donate via TASC s website or on the day To register for the event and to obtain your ticket number please email Sylvia sbyrne tasc ie When registering please specify if you wish to attend the morning session panel discussions and lunch the afternoon session keynote speech and discussion forum or both More information and registration http www tasc ie events upcoming 2014 06 20 tascfeps annual

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  • May 29: Symposium: “Can Social Investment Save Social Europe?” » News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    and will be followed by the launch of a new MA in Sociology Work Labour Markets and Employment by Minister Joan Burton Social Investment focuses on investing in people s skills and capacities and supporting them to participate fully in employment and social life EU Commission Does social investment lead to a renewal or an erosion of the welfare state Will social investment support economic and social recovery The event will start at 9 30 with registration and coffee followed by the seminar at 10 00 in the Phoenix building on the North Campus in NUIM keynoted by Prof Anton Hemerijck VU University Amsterdam and Prof Brian Nolan UCD and chaired by Prof Seán Ó Riain Following a break for coffee there will be a roundtable discussion with Rossella Ciccia NUIM Tom Healy NERI and Rory O Donnell NESC chaired by Mary Murphy NUIM See more at http www nuim ie sociology news can social investment save social europe Please register for the seminar by emailing newdeals nuim ie before May 26th 2014 Events Past Events News Other News October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 April 2015 February 2015 January 2015 Archive for 2014 Archive for 2013 Archive for 2012

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  • Support Oxfams e-action for EU elections » News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    such as poverty climate change and the growing gap between the rich and poor Members of the European Parliament MEPs play an important role in defining that agenda so we re asking candidates take a pledge showing their support for the issues we work on Find the policy briefing here http www oxfamireland org sites default files upload pdfs oxfam policy briefing european parliament elections pdf Events Past Events News

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  • Stop the Privatisation of Community Programmes: Campaign Launch » News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    ethos of the community sector It also opens up the door to for profit companies to deliver community services for the first time Workers have also been left in the dark about their future as the Department is refusing to talk to their union about their issues However we have an opportunity over the coming months to make the Department do the right thing and stop the privatisation of community programmes Communities Against Cuts will be staging a number of actions over the coming months but as a first step we are looking for your help to get the message out there The easiest way to do that is by sharing this petition with your friends family and colleagues You can also promote the campaign on Twitter and Facebook by using the hashtag IsNotForSale The camping launch was covered by RTE s Drivetime it starts at 2 hours 17 minutest on this podcast http goo gl ZqZAkL If you want to get more involved in the campaign there is a meeting in Dublin in the next couple of weeks e mail doconnor siptu ie for details Events Past Events News Other News October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 April 2015

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  • Econo..wha?: DDCIs online learning resource on the global economy » News » Latest Events » Claiming our Future
    in the economy in some way we all have a right to have an opinion on economics But many people lack confidence to explore how the economy works Or feel that we can t change it anyway Well we think that we can We believe that people are powerful and capable of creating social change through collective action Econowha is designed to support us in questioning why things are the way they are and exploring what we can do to act for a more just global society Econowha is a free online reading and learning tool for adult learners It s is comprised of 9 sessions each with things to watch and read Each session has guide questions to get your discussion started keywords to look up in the glossary and proposed learning outcomes And the sessions feature guest bloggers who have already had a look at the resources and have responded with an original piece of their own to some of the guide questions Events Past Events News Other News October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 April 2015 February 2015 January 2015 Archive for 2014 Archive for 2013 Archive for 2012 Archive for 2011 Privacy Acessibility Cookies Sitemap Connect

    Original URL path: http://www.claimingourfuture.ie/events/latest/2014/05/13/econowha-ddcis-online-learning-resource-on-the-glo/ (2015-10-30)
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