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 Welcome to the women 4 women website for Dún Laoghaire- Rathdown

women4women was established in 2011 after a series of workshops for women organised and facilitated by Southside Partnership DLR. We are a non-profit educational and networking group for women with different life experiences and from different cultures. The network aims to promote intercultural understanding and co-operation among women in DLR by providing information and a platform for all women living in the county (see more information below).

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Latest News

Next International Women’s Breakfast on Wed 16th September in Islamic Cultural Centre of Ireland
 New women’s  Programme  for Sept – Dec
Starting in Sept – Training for Jobs in Multi Lingual Environment
Free Campaign Training for Young People interested in Women’s Rights, Equality and Change Making
ETB Dundrum – new courses starting in September
Weekly jobs update on Local Employment Service website
Advancing Cultural Dialogue Project in DLR 2014 and 2015

The intercultural project is now finished. We are waiting for a new funding stream to be introduced. English classes will continue in September.
Thanks to all participants!

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What we do – the women4women network aims to

  • provide information and promote a platform for all women living in the county (also see News Section and Reports )
  • promote integration through our regular International Women’s Breakfasts and an integration programme funded by Europe (see Migrant Women)
  • support women in taking part in the Women and Leadership Programme (see Women and Leadership)
  • offer training, development and capacity building courses (see Training and Education and Women’s Groups)
  • network, lobby and advocate on local and national level.

women4women is supported by Southside Partnership and Southside Addressing Violence Effectively (SAVE), is a member of the Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown Public Participation Network, the Southside Partnership Training Network and is also a member of the National Women’s Council of Ireland.

Purpose of the women4women website

We are working to support and encourage women to become involved in the social, cultural and economic life of the community, by creating an online space for sharing information and ideas, via this website and soon also via Twitter and Facebook.

In addition, the women4women website provides specific information for women in various languages.  The sections on ‘Migrant Women’ and ‘Violence Against Women’ are available in English, French, Polish, Russian and Chinese.

We hope you find this website useful.  It is a work in progress and, as such, we would welcome any feedback or suggestions you might have.

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