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  • Information for Migrants - Education - Intercultural Strategy
    do Brasil Punjabi Român Romanian Russian Shqiptar Albanian Slovenčina Slovak Soomaali Somali Srpski Serbian Srpsko hrvatski Svenska Swedish Thai Ukrainian Urdu Accessing Information Online Public Services Citizens Information EU Integration Website Family Resource Centre Money Advice MABS Local Libraries Local Directories NGOS and Agencies Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy The Wearing of the Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Public Transport Saving money TV Licence Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Police Own Language Crime Victims Own Language Health Own language Welfare Own Language Living in Ireland Own Language Housing Own Language Jobs Own Language Census 2011 Own Language Privacy Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies Police Service Garda HSE NESC NCCRI OECD Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation Intercultural Education Strategy In 2010 the Department of Education and Skills formerly the Department of Education and Science published the Intercultural Education Strategy 2010 2015 The Department began the process of developing the strategy with a conference in October 2008 Extensive consultation followed with a series of sectoral meetings attended by over 200 delegates There were also over 50 written submissions forwarded to the Department Several research projects informed the Strategy They are 1 The ESRI review of newcomer students in primary and post primary schools published 03 06 2009 2 The evaluation of EAL provision in

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  • Managing Diversity - Intercultural Health
    Newspaper Internet Complaint Racist Graffiti Racist Incident Statistics Reported Racist Crime Equality Tribunal Cases GSOC Cases Press Council Ombud FRA Assessment ECRIAssessment Media Coverage Racial Profiling Ministerial Statements Parliamentary Questions NPAR 2005 2008 Messages to Staff 2013 ECRI EU Developments EU Decision on Racism EU Declaration on Racism EU Rome Declaration UN Developments Durban Review CERD Holocaust Memorial Day Holocaust Alliance IHRA Resettlement Introduction Process Resettlement Towns Statistics Vietnam Bosnia Kosovo 2000 2009 2010 onward Relocation Refugee Stories Resettlement Events Resettlement PQs Resettlement Debates Info for Migrants Languages Available Arabic Bengali Bulgarian Česky Czech Chinese Deutsch German Eesti Estonian EÌdeÌ Yoruba Espa ol Spanish Français French Hindi Hrvat Croat Italiano Italian Kiswahili Swahili Latviešu valoda Latvian Lietuvi k Lithuanian Lingala Magyar Hungarian Malti Maltese Pashto Polski Polish Português do Brasil Punjabi Român Romanian Russian Shqiptar Albanian Slovenčina Slovak Soomaali Somali Srpski Serbian Srpsko hrvatski Svenska Swedish Thai Ukrainian Urdu Information about Ireland Accessing Information Local Directories Local Libraries NGOS and agencies Citizens Information Family Resource Centre Online Public Services Money Advice MABS Census 2011 Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Qualifications Own Lang Police Own Language Crime Own Language Health Own Language Welfare Own Language Life Here Own Language Jobs Own Language Housing Own Language Census Own Language Privacy Own Language Volunteer Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies HSE Police Service Garda NESC NCCRI OECD Police Service Garda Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation Intercultural Health Strategy In 2007 the HSE launched its first National Intercultural Health Strategy which was developed on foot of the National Action Plan against Racism launched by An Taoiseach in 2005 The Strategy is designed to ensure that the HSE provides a quality health service equally to all responds appropriately to the specific health and social care needs of new and well established minority communities and is an employer of choice for many A summary of this Strategy is available on the HSE website in the following languages Chinese Czech French Irish Lithuanian Polish Since publication implementation of the Strategy has progressed on three main themes and these are Access to services Data Information Research and Staff Learning Training and Support A good example of a practical resource is the Emergency Multilingual Aid which has been rolled out across a large number of hospitals in the country this resource is designed to assist staff in communicating with patients who present in acute or emergency situations and who are

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  • Managing Diversity-Strategies-National Workplace
    2009 The Integrated Workplaces module became a permanent module in the above mentioned training courses and continued to be delivered on an ongoing basis 2010 IBEC IBEC received 34 500 in 2010 The funding was used to undertake the following tasks Help desk IBEC continued to maintain a help desk to respond to specific queries from employers Topics raised by employers included diversity training the business case for diversity developing diversity policies and strategies diversity benchmarks the wearing of scarves and health and safety and Ramadan Networking events for employers The IBEC Diversity Forum met 4 times in 2010 The Forum includes 25 organisations that have engaged a diverse workforce and are using best practice methods to integrate that workforce IBEC held 3 external networking events in Cork Limerick and Dublin the latter on 18 November 2010 to disseminate the message that integrated workplaces bring benefits in terms of equality and business success Professor Patrick Flood of DCU gave the keynote address at each event He gave presentations on his research entitled Beyond high performance work systems the impact of including diversity and equality management on firm performance This research makes the conclusive case that the management of diversity and the compliance with equality legislation leads to improved business performance The target audience was HR and diversity professionals 105 delegates participated from a mixture of large and small public and private sector organisations E Bulletins IBEC developed a Diversity News e bulletin which was disseminated regularly to companies and communicated news and good practice on diversity to them 2011 IBEC IBEC received 31 000 to undertake the following actions in 2011 Help desk IBEC continued to operate the help desk for employers throughout 2011 which was considered by employers to be very successful Topics included requests for diversity awareness training the business case for diversity how to set up an employee network or resource group and diversity and equality data Diversity Awareness Workshop In response to demand from employers for a diversity training course IBEC developed a diversity awareness workshop Employers wished to have training on good practice that went beyond the focus on the equality legislation IBEC did desk research to see what was available in the marketplace and on equality and diversity statistics and content It accessed trainers materials to identify useful activities to include in the workshop as well as video clips and company DVDs to illustrate diversity at work IBEC developed the diversity awareness workshop as a 120 minute workshop aimed at general staff level The workshop was developed generically to be customised by individual companies i e enabling them to add more on the business case for diversity or to focus more on particular staff categories IBEC piloted the Diversity Awareness Workshop in Dublin on 16 November 2011 at the IBEC offices and in Cork on 24 November 2011 at the Radisson Hotel These events were promoted by a direct mail invitation sent to HR managers directors and diversity equality practitioners in IBEC s member employer database IBEC also promoted the events at a range of HR and diversity fora The purpose of the pilot events was to bring employers through the workshop to explain how it could be used and to get feedback on what worked or what needed to be improved There was a significant amount of interest among employers about having a workshop template available for their use 27 employers booked places for the Dublin workshop and 15 employers for the Cork workshop Attendees spanned small medium and large employers private sector public sector and NGOs They range from financial services ICT manufacturing health hospitality to education and pharmachemical sectors E bulletins IBEC published 3 diversity e newsletters for members The content was drawn from topical equality or diversity issues raised in the media from reviews of equality or diversity events summaries of new diversity reports or new tools or policies relevant to employers Trades Union Strand 2008 2009 Congress Congress received 40 000 to provide supports to enable trade unions and their members to contribute to the development and implementation of integrated workplaces Congress developed two separate aspects to the project Training Congress developed a 5 day training programme for its members on equality and diversity The training took place on 15 January 2009 22 January 2009 29 January 2009 5 February 2009 and 12 February 2009 18 trade union activists took part in the training The topics covered included Equality through Diversity theoretical framework Promoting equality through trades unions and supporting an employee to take a case Equality competence in the workplace Cultural diversity and the integrated workplace Developing strategies to enhance integrated workplaces Maria Hegarty of Equality Strategies facilitated the training programme Training was provided by the Equality Authority and Congress with input from Mary Hogan of the IMI Bizlab project The training cost 4 600 As part of the training participants were encouraged to develop an integrated workplace action plan and to apply for the challenge funds provided Challenge Funds Challenge funds were set up and union activists were urged to apply for funding to draw up an integrated workplace action plan for their own union 5 challenge funds were awarded to a maximum of 8 000 CWU provided training to 27 equality representatives thus generating a better awareness of equality issues in the union and its relevant workplaces The training pointed to the need for the union to develop dedicated structures relating to equality The union set up an equality network for equality representatives The network has been found to be a successful means of enabling the union to build equality competence within the union and its membership SIPTU developed an equality resource for shop stewards and trades union representatives working on equality as there had been a lack of suitable resources for trades unions on acting as diversity champions The resource was used to develop equality competence among trade union officials It was disseminated through the SIPTU website ESBOA developed training for its members on equality and diversity The training was designed to tackle the problem of poor or varying levels of awareness of equality and diversity among trade union members The project helped to reinforce the message that equality and diversity are issues of importance to trade union members INTO did an equality audit of its training programme and identified the need for all training modules to include a module on equality The project reshaped the INTO s overall training approach confirming the need for training on equality competence for members and the promotion of greater equality awareness within workplaces ASTI undertook an equality audit which has supported the union to improve its equality standards The project demonstrated that embedding equality effectively in a trade union involves changing the ethos and culture of the organisation and improving overall awareness of equality issues The project helped the union to begin this process of becoming an equality and diversity champion 2010 Congress received 25 000 to undertake the following series of actions in 2010 2011 Diversity Challenge Fund Congress managed a Diversity Challenge Fund which funded individual trades unions to undertake actions to promote workplace diversity Congress selected the following projects for completion under the Challenge fund IBOA received 4 000 to undertake a campaign to increase awareness of workplace diversity The overall aim of the project was to assist in the organisation and integration of migrant workers in IBOA Previous research found that employees with non Irish nationalities account for 8 of the workforce in the banking and financial services sector and that there is a lower density of trade union membership amongst migrant workers in Irish banking The Dublin Mortgage Centre Ulster Bank Ltd was identified as a strategic location with a relatively high proportion of migrant workers and was targeted as a pilot for the purposes of a campaign of raising awareness amongst management and staff and the training of key union activists The campaign theme of Expect Respect covers both migrant and non migrant workers and highlights the importance of treating workers equally The following campaign elements were included Launch of Expect Respect campaign A number of circulars to members publicising the campaign Recruitment and consolidation of key activists integrated into IBOA structure including a migrant worker and identification of training needs Engagement with management in promoting the campaign and in facilitation of leave for training Design and printing of information on Expect Respect e g a series of A3 and A4 posters A5 flyers business wallet cards Design of Valuing Diversity Self Assessment Worksheet Delivery of the two day training course for key activists Design of Expect Respect Manifesto Design of a two day training course with four modules Module 1 Introduction to Active Learning Understanding Diversity Overcoming Stereotypes Module 2 How to identify and deal with equality and diversity issues A model for better listening Challenging Speakers Listening when you would rather not Module 3 Confronting Bullying in the Workplace Customer and Telephone Conflict Management and Resolution Module 4 Working effectively with your Union Practicalities and Tips Action Planning The Expect Respect campaign is ongoing in Ulster Bank and may be extended to other locations and other employers All of the Expect Respect campaign printed materials are generic and thus transferable to any employment in which IBOA has members The training course was extremely successful and is available to be delivered in flexible format for union dignity representatives e g as one half day module or up to four half day modules with some adaptation of training materials SIPTU received 4 625 to develop a series of modules incorporating leadership development communication and an introduction to trade union structures Materials were developed in 3 languages English Polish and Portuguese to reflect the sectors targeted Brazilian and Polish workers in the meat processing and retail sector in Cork A similar exercise was later carried out by SIPTU in Tullamore Communication and organising structures have since been developed to facilitate workers in their further integration into the union Communications Workers Union received 2 500 to organise a seminar which was held in May 2011 to raise awareness around race equality The seminar had the following aims To identify work related issues for ethnic minority workers and how the trade union movement can be of assistance To explain why diversity and equality is a trade union issue To understand your equality rights in the workplace To establish some action points to support minority ethnic members at work The INMO received 3 000 on a project to provide information for immigrant nurses The project directed by the Social Policy Committee of the INMO focused firstly on project methodology and research approaches to information provision for immigrant nurses in other countries A focus group then took place at the end of March 2011 facilitated by Linda McLoughlin of LeadershipWorks Those who participated had all experienced similar challenges on arrival in Ireland with regard to orientation in the Irish health service workplace The focus group highlighted the need for practical information on housing cost of living church services and on upfront cash requirements It pointed to the importance of peer orientation and mentoring It highlighted the usefulness of websites In light of the focus group findings the Committee decided to focus on developing a special section on the INMO website to provide information for nurses considering coming to Ireland and for those who are newly arrived The information produced for the website was based on structured interviews with immigrant nurses Migrant Worker Strategy Congress used the balance of funding to commission Siobhan Phillips to produce a background paper to inform a migrant worker strategy A consultation process was undertaken with trades unions and NGOs Ms Phillips produced Towards a Strategy for the Inclusion of Migrant Workers in Trades Unions This resource looks at issues facing migrant workers in Irish workplaces and highlights good practice by trades unions in integrating migrant workers into their structures It identifies a series of recommendations for the trade union movement in developing a strategic approach to integrating migrant workers 2011 Congress received 20 066 to undertake the following series of actions in 2011 2012 Launch of Migrant Worker Strategy Congress spent 2 140 on the launch of its resource Towards a Strategy for the Integration of Migrant Workers in Trades Unions on 12 October 2011 The guide was launched by Ms Kathleen Lynch T D Minister for Disability Equality Mental Health and Older People This resource sets out good practice examples of trade union engagement with migrant workers with a view to developing learning for the integration of migrant workers into trade unions Diversity Challenge Fund Congress then launched and managed the Diversity Challenge Fund for trade unions to undertake specific actions in support of workplace diversity 4 Challenge Funds were awarded in 2011 SIPTU received 4 000 for a project to support workplace equality in an ethnically diverse contract cleaning sector The project helped to support the active participation of migrant workers in SIPTU s Fair Deal for Cleaners Campaign The Campaign seeks to ensure fair working conditions for contract cleaners The TEEU received 5 000 to develop a new guide Equality and Diversity a Guide for TEEU Workplace Representatives The guide was launched on 1 May 2012 by Ms Kathleen Lynch TD Minister of State with responsibility for Disability Equality Mental Health and Older People Minister Lynch spoke about the importance of such practical tools for combating discrimination in workplaces The guide outlines what trade unions can do to promote integration and to tackle racism in the workplace It also outlines how to develop workplace equality policies and how to take equality cases The PSEU received 5 000 to undertake a survey to indicate the extent to which civil service departments have undertaken training programmes dealing with anti racism and intercultural issues Among the findings were 61 did not know if their employer had an equality policy with a specific anti racism component 68 reported that their employer s policy was not very well known 4 5 witnessed a colleague being the subject of racism in the past year 26 witnessed racist remarks by colleagues about clients customers 20 reported having been offered training dealing with antiracism intercultural issues A follow up project is currently being developed between the PSEU and the Equality Authority aimed at equipping PSEU branch officials to act as champions of integration in their workplaces UNITE received 3 926 for a project to promote Dignity Respect at Work among members employed in ABP Meats A course was delivered in Tipperary in April 2012 to workers from varying ethnic backgrounds Course materials were made available in different languages and covered subjects such as Dignity Respect at Work Defining Discrimination Challenging Bullying Harassment and Equality the Law The training has equipped participants with the skills to promote equality and integration in their workplace Business Strand 2010 Chambers Ireland Chambers Ireland received 3 500 in 2010 Chambers Ireland ran a seminar on best practice in workplace diversity entitled Opportunities in an Inclusive Workforce which took place in Dublin on 15 December 2010 The seminar had two aims first to promote the benefits to business of diversity in the workplace and to highlight examples of best practice and second to provoke some debate on the issue between a variety of stakeholders The speakers invited to contribute to the seminar were selected because of their experience in dealing with the interface of diversity issues and commerce The event was hosted by An Post at their headquarters in the GPO An Post s LEADERS Project a project focusing on immigrants taking a lead in the Irish business community won a Chambers Ireland Corporate Social Responsibility Award in 2010 The seminar was chaired by John Cunningham Chairman of the Immigrant Council of Ireland Contributions were made by representatives from companies considered to be leading exponents of best practice in workplace diversity such as Dublin Bus and Accenture Practical advice on implementing a diversity policy was provided by Peninsula Business Services HR consultants Dr Ronit Lentin of Trinity College who had worked with An Post on the LEADERS Project spoke of some of the challenges for conventional diversity programmes in businesses Ennis Chamber Ennis Chamber received 3 000 to organise a seminar entitled Unity in Diversity in the Workplace Integration Benefits for Business which took place on 23 November 2010 at the Old Ground Hotel in Ennis County Clare The seminar consisted of a number of expert speakers in the area of diversity and integration in the workplace including William Cahir a solicitor and Kieran McDermott of McDonald s The content covered the benefits for businesses in incorporating and implementing a proactive diversity and integration programme within their organisation It looked at the benefits for business of focusing on diversity The aim of the seminar was to encourage businesses to develop diversity and integration programmes for their own companies The event was advertised in the local media Clare People Clare Advertiser Limerick Chamber p Limerick Chamber was awarded funding of 3 500 to organise a seminar entitled Recognising the Benefits Challenges of a Diverse Workforce on 24 November 2010 in Limerick Speakers were drawn from business consultancy migrant NGO migrant business network and local businesses Speakers included Tony Kerins of Peninsula Business Services Helen O Grady and Rabiya Ali of Doras Luimní a support organisation for migrant communities in Limerick Kieran McDermott of McDonald s and Tim Madden of the Irish Polish Cultural Business Association The event provided an opportunity to make the case for the benefits for business of championing workplace diversity The event provided an opportunity for Chamber members to network with speakers and to gain some of their insights into good practice on managing workplace diversity 30 people attended the seminar drawn from the business sector SMEs and the hospitality industry The seminar was promoted and featured in the local press helping to promote broader awareness of workplace diversity following a press release issued by Limerick Chamber see attached link http

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  • Managing Diversity - Strategies - Local
    Deutsch German Eesti Estonian EÌdeÌ Yoruba Espa ol Spanish Français French Hindi Hrvat Croat Italiano Italian Kiswahili Swahili Latviešu valoda Latvian Lietuvi k Lithuanian Lingala Magyar Hungarian Malti Maltese Pashto Polski Polish Português do Brasil Punjabi Român Romanian Russian Shqiptar Albanian Slovenčina Slovak Soomaali Somali Srpski Serbian Srpsko hrvatski Svenska Swedish Thai Ukrainian Urdu Information about Ireland Accessing Information Local Directories Local Libraries NGOS and agencies Citizens Information Family Resource Centre Online Public Services Money Advice MABS Census 2011 Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Qualifications Own Lang Police Own Language Crime Own Language Health Own Language Welfare Own Language Life Here Own Language Jobs Own Language Housing Own Language Census Own Language Privacy Own Language Volunteer Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies HSE Police Service Garda NESC NCCRI OECD Police Service Garda Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation Local Strategies Local Anti Racism and Diversity Plans Integration Plans The importance communities play in promoting integration cannot be overestimated Integration is most effective at the local level and therefore the Irish Government encourages the Local Strategies and Plans Under the National Action Plan Against Racism 2005 2008 funding was provided to a number of Local Authorities towards the development of Anti Racism and Diversity Plans The purpose of the Anti Racism and Diversity Plans was to foster a coordinated approach at local city county level towards the planning development and implementation of anti racism and integration strategies The importance of allowing adequate flexibility to suit local circumstances was stressed A partnership approach was encouraged in that local authorities key service providers local development agencies and community groups representing and working with minority ethnic groups social partner bodies should be involved in the steering group and should have a role in developing and implementing such plans Over the past number of years the Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration has channelled significant funding to local authorities to encourage them to promote integration at a local level through activities undertaken by the authorities themselves and assistance given by them to local groups A number of local authorities have also developed integration strategies and action plans linked in many cases to the funding provided by this Office Links to Local Anti Racism and Diversity Plans Integration Plans Clare County Council Strategy for the Coordination of Services to the Immigrant Communities in County Clare Strategic Actions 2009 2012 CORK Cork City Integration Strategy Connecting Communities Cork

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  • Managing Diversity
    Síochána Police Force would deliver on its commitment to embrace all aspects of policing and diversity The Diversity Strategy was developed following extensive research and widespread consultation with key internal and external stakeholders This Strategy was dual focused in that it set out organisational priorities to manage diversity within both the Garda Police workplace and the communities that the Gardaí Police serve Consultations for the new strategy were held earlier this year Ethnic Liaison Officer LGBT Officer system ELOs The Garda Síochána has in place an Ethnic Liaison Officer LGBT Officer system ELOs which provides training and support for the 320 Garda ethnic liaison LGBT officers throughout the state and is a positive indicator of the organisation s commitment to Ethnic and Cultural Diversity as a strategic goal Anyone reporting that they have been the victim of a racist incident will be informed by the Gardaí of the designated Garda Ethnic Liaison LGBT Officer in their area National contact details of the ELO LGBT officers are available here ELO Ethnic Liaison Officer LGBT Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Intercultural Ireland Identifying the Challenges for the Police Service The Office has completed an EU funded programme entitled Intercultural Ireland Identifying the Challenges for the Police Service This was a five stranded programme which included A European exchange programme A Conference The establishment of an ethnic relations forum The development of a Garda training education strategy The production of a Garda training video An initiative explored by the Garda Police Racial and Intercultural office is the development of a network of contact individuals within the many minority ethnic communities in Ireland Other ongoing initiatives include the quarterly production of a Garda Police Racial and Intercultural Newsletter together with developing awareness raising campaigns on racial and ethnic issues Information Booklet In 2002 the Gardaí Police published Your Police Service in Intercultural Ireland a source of information for all minorities in Ireland aimed at facilitating an understanding of the role of An Garda Síochána Irish Police Force The booklet gives a brief guide to the police service those aspects of Irish law which affect people in their daily lives what they can expect if they have a complaint to make and what structures are there to deal with such complaints This booklet is available in 12 languages at the webpage of the Garda Racial and Intercultural Office Crime Prevention Advice An Garda Síochána with the financial assistance of the Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration has published a number of crime prevention and community safety information sheets for migrants These sheets provide information on road safety personal security at home and within the community advice on securing possession information about substance abuse as well as useful contacts They are available in the following languages French Latvian Lithuanian Mandarin Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian and Spanish Website www nicnewcommunities ie A website www nicnewcommunities ie developed by An Garda Síochána Dublin Metropolitan Regional North Central Division aims to provide people from the new communities with

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  • Managing Diversity-Accredited Courses
    Tribunal Garda Ombudsman Broadcasting Complaint Newspaper Complaint Internet Complaint Racist Incident Statistics Reported Racist Crime Equality Tribunal Cases GSOC Cases FRA Assessment NPAR 2005 2008 ECRI EU Developments EU Decision on Racism EU Declaration on Racism UN Developments Durban Review CERD Holocaust Memorial Day Holocaust Task Force resettlement Introduction Process Statistics Resettlement Events Info for Migrants Languages Available Arabic Bengali Bulgarian Česky Czech Chinese Deutsch German Eesti Estonian EÌdeÌ Yoruba Espa ol Spanish Français French Hindi Hrvat Croat Italiano Italian Kiswahili Swahili Latviešu valoda Latvian Lietuvi k Lithuanian Lingala Magyar Hungarian Malti Maltese Pashto Polski Polish Português do Brasil Punjabi Român Romanian Russian Shqiptar Albanian Slovenčina Slovak Soomaali Somali Srpski Serbian Srpsko hrvatski Svenska Swedish Thai Ukrainian Urdu Accessing Information Online Public Services Citizens Information EU Integration Website Family Resource Centre Money Advice MABS Local Libraries Local Directories NGOS and Agencies Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy The Wearing of the Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Public Transport Saving money TV Licence Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Police Own Language Crime Victims Own Language Health Own language Welfare Own Language Living in Ireland Own Language Housing Own Language Jobs Own Language Census 2011 Own Language Privacy Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies Police Service Garda HSE NESC NCCRI OECD Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation

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  • EU Developments
    of the hijab Wearing the burqa EU Developments EU Modules Integration Common Basic Principles EU National Contacts Integration Handbooks EU Integration Forum EU Integration Website Ministerial Conferences Treaty of Lisbon Stockholm Programme EU Integration Agenda EU Integration Indicators Education PISA Education PIAAC Education 2014 Racism Responsible Bodies Report a Racist Incident Report Crime to Gardaí Crime Victims Helpline Equality Tribunal Garda Ombudsman Broadcasting Complaint Complaint re Newspaper Internet Complaint Racist Graffiti Racist Incident Statistics Reported Racist Crime Equality Tribunal Cases GSOC Cases Press Council Ombud FRA Assessment ECRIAssessment Media Coverage Racial Profiling Ministerial Statements Parliamentary Questions NPAR 2005 2008 Messages to Staff 2013 ECRI EU Developments EU Decision on Racism EU Declaration on Racism EU Rome Declaration UN Developments Durban Review CERD Holocaust Memorial Day Holocaust Alliance IHRA Resettlement Introduction Process Resettlement Towns Statistics Vietnam Bosnia Kosovo 2000 2009 2010 onward Relocation Refugee Stories Resettlement Events Resettlement PQs Resettlement Debates Info for Migrants Languages Available Arabic Bengali Bulgarian Česky Czech Chinese Deutsch German Eesti Estonian EÌdeÌ Yoruba Espa ol Spanish Français French Hindi Hrvat Croat Italiano Italian Kiswahili Swahili Latviešu valoda Latvian Lietuvi k Lithuanian Lingala Magyar Hungarian Malti Maltese Pashto Polski Polish Português do Brasil Punjabi Român Romanian Russian Shqiptar Albanian Slovenčina Slovak Soomaali Somali Srpski Serbian Srpsko hrvatski Svenska Swedish Thai Ukrainian Urdu Information about Ireland Accessing Information Local Directories Local Libraries NGOS and agencies Citizens Information Family Resource Centre Online Public Services Money Advice MABS Census 2011 Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Qualifications Own Lang Police Own Language Crime Own Language Health Own Language Welfare Own Language Life Here Own Language Jobs

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  • Managing Diversity - EU Developments - Common Basic Principles
    Statistics Vietnam Bosnia Kosovo 2000 2009 2010 onward Relocation Refugee Stories Resettlement Events Resettlement PQs Resettlement Debates Info for Migrants Languages Available Arabic Bengali Bulgarian Česky Czech Chinese Deutsch German Eesti Estonian EÌdeÌ Yoruba Espa ol Spanish Français French Hindi Hrvat Croat Italiano Italian Kiswahili Swahili Latviešu valoda Latvian Lietuvi k Lithuanian Lingala Magyar Hungarian Malti Maltese Pashto Polski Polish Português do Brasil Punjabi Român Romanian Russian Shqiptar Albanian Slovenčina Slovak Soomaali Somali Srpski Serbian Srpsko hrvatski Svenska Swedish Thai Ukrainian Urdu Information about Ireland Accessing Information Local Directories Local Libraries NGOS and agencies Citizens Information Family Resource Centre Online Public Services Money Advice MABS Census 2011 Citizenship Driving Education Education in Ireland Higher Education QualificationRecognition Intercultural Strategy Hijab Research Patronage and Pluralism Emergency Services Employment Get Involved In Irish Life Health Housing Information about Ireland Intercultural Fora Learning English Learning Irish Multilingual Information Education Own Language Qualifications Own Lang Police Own Language Crime Own Language Health Own Language Welfare Own Language Life Here Own Language Jobs Own Language Housing Own Language Census Own Language Privacy Own Language Volunteer Own Language Qualification Recognition Social Welfare Visas Voting Integration Events 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Publications Our Publications Other Publications Academic Central Statistics Office ESRI European Migration Net Equality Authority State Agencies HSE Police Service Garda NESC NCCRI OECD Police Service Garda Sporting Organisations UNHCR Miscellaneous Useful Weblinks Irish sites Government sites NGOs Research Centres International Sites Useful Contacts Contact Us Translation tool provided by Google The Office for the Promotion of Migrant Integration does not take any responsibility for quality of translation European Common Basic Principles of Integration European Common Basic Principles of Integration In October 1999 at the European Council meeting in Tampere Finland the leaders of the European Union called for a common immigration policy which would include more dynamic policies to ensure the integration of third country nationals residing in the European Union The Hague Programme adopted by the European Council on 4 5 November 2004 underlined the need for greater co ordination of national integration policies and EU initiatives in this field It further stated that a framework based on common basic principles should form the foundation for future initiatives in the EU The Justice and Home Affairs JHA Council of 19 November 2004 adopted the Common Basic Principles CBPs COM 2005 0389 FINAL and these underline the importance of a holistic approach to integration These eleven principles set out below are being adopted in one form or another by all the Member States 1 Integration is a dynamic two way process of mutual accommodation by all immigrants and residents of Member States a 2 Integration implies respect for the basic values of the European Union a 3 Employment is a key part of the integration process and is central to the participation of immigrants to the contributions immigrants make to the host society and to making such contributions visible a 4 Basic knowledge of the host society s language history and institutions is

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