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 TRASNA Clare Equality Partnership ascii version

Ireland

 
DP Managing organisation : Ennis CDP
Other national partners : Clare County Council
Clare County Development Board
Clare Local Employment Service
Clare Womens Network
Clare Youth Service
Congress Information and Opportunity Centre
County Clare Citizens Information Service
Dept of Social Family Affairs
Disabled People of Clare Ltd
Eiri Corca Baiscinn
Ennis Chamber of Commerce
Ennis Information Age Town
Ennis Town Council
Ennis West Partners
FAS (Mid West Region)
Irish Country Women's Association
Irish Refugee Council
Irish Wheelchair Association
National University of Ireland, Galway
Society of St Vincent De Paul
United African Association
EQUAL theme :Employability - (Re-)integration to the labour market 
Type of DP :Geographical - Rural area - South-West (IRL) 
DP Legal status :Non-profit making organisation 
DP identification :IE-4 
Application phase :Approved for action 2 
Selection date :15-05-2002 
Last update :08-08-2005 
Monitoring:  

Rationale

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The promoters adopted a four-phase approach to their analysis of inequality and discrimination as follows: Primary research and discussion with core groups; secondary research using critical policy analysis etc.; facilitated meetings of all partners to identify, quantify and debate relevant factors; design of project to counter issues raised.

Key issues emerging from the process include attitudinal, institutional, cultural, physical, technical, social, economic and family related causes of discrimination including work culture, lack of flexibility in employment, literacy and language difficulties, differential valuation of ‘expertise’, lack of synergy between initiatives etc., lack of power to influence policy and effect change. These are compounded by contributory factors such as poverty, educational disadvantage, socio-economic status, power differentials, ICT literacy etc.

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Objective

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The primary aim of TRASNA is to build capacity within beneficiaries, their development organsiations and all participating organisations to develop innovative, locally designed solutions to create and sustain meaningful employment and ensure greater adaptability and responsiveness to structural and cultural change. The project will develop an equality network for the county which will create awareness of complex barriers to equality and participation in employment, build local capacity to design innovative solutions and provide progressive routes to meaningful employment for disadvantaged individuals and groups.

The objectives are to:
· Design an innovative, flexible and sustainable employment approach that has the support of all sectors and agencies and can generate an accommodating and adaptable culture of work, respect for community development and collective responsibility for equality.
· Develop a guidance and advisory network to promote LLL and inclusive work practices
· Design and deliver training modules that develop critical awareness of barriers, inequality and discrimination
· Influence policy, process and practice with the outcome of mainstreaming learning
· Change attitudes of individuals and the way individuals and groups relate to each other within the decision making process
· Benefit from the experience of transnational partnership, thematic networking and good practice

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Innovation


Nature of the experimental activities to be implemented Rating
Guidance, counselling *
Training ***
Training of teachers, trainers and staff **
Conception for training programs, certification ***
Awareness raising, information, publicity **
Studies and analysis of discrimination features *

Type of innovation Rating
Process-oriented ***
Context oriented ***

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· Process oriented – shared network, flexible delivery of information, training and supports and ICT capacity building, particularly with smaller organisations
· Context oriented – thematic working groups, mentoring exchange, public debate

The innovation of the project therefore lies in client-driven solutions that complement and adapt lessons learnt from experience

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Budget Action 2

500 000 – 1 000 000 €

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Beneficiaries


Assistance to persons 
Unemployed  50.0%  50.0% 
Employed  0.0%  0.0% 
Others (without status, social beneficiaries...)  0.0%  0.0% 
  100.0% 
 
Migrants, ethnic minorities, …  0.0%  0.0% 
Asylum seekers  10.0%  10.0% 
Population not migrant and not asylum seeker  40.0%  40.0% 
  100.0%
 
Physical Impairment  10.0%  10.0% 
Mental Impairment  0.0%  0.0% 
Mental Illness  0.0%  0.0% 
Population not suffering from a disability  40.0%  40.0% 
  100.0% 
 
Substance abusers 0.0%  0.0% 
Homeless  0.0%  0.0% 
(Ex-)prisoners  0.0%  0.0% 
Other discriminated (religion, sexual orientation)  50.0%  50.0% 
Without such specific discriminations  0.0%  0.0% 
  100.0% 
 
< 25 year  23.3%  21.1% 
25 - 50 year  13.3%  14.5% 
> 50 year  13.3%  14.5% 
   100.0% 

Assistance to structures and systems and accompanying measures Rating
Asylum **
Gender discrimination **
Disabilities **
Other discriminations **
Low qualification **
Unemployment ***

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Empowerment

 

 With beneficiaries

Participation
Promoting individual empowerment
Developing collective responsibility and capacity for action
Participation in the project design
Participation in running and evaluating activities
Changing attitudes and behavior of key actors

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The promoter says that core values, guiding principles and equality of authority in decision making are key elements aimed at promoting equality of outcome and empowerment for all participants. The consultation process will ensure that all participants become better informed, more confident and skilled and have the organisational capacity to participate as equal partners.

 

 Between national partners

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All partners but in particular target groups and voluntary organisations will be adequately resourced to allow full participation. A robust evaluation framework will provide constant checks for gender, poverty and rural proofing and the effectiveness of support measures and training.

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Transnationality

 

 Linguistic skills

  • English

 Percentage of the budget for transnational activities

  • 4.0%

 Transnational Co-operation Partnerships

Transnational Co-operation Agreement DPs involved
1556 A.S.S.E.T. - Against the Situation of Social Exclusion Together ES ES232
ES ES332
FI 6
FR AQU-2001-10843
LU 2

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Background

 

 Involvment in previous EU programmes

  • Two and more partners involved in A&E

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National Partners


Partner To be contacted for
Ennis CDP Co-ordination of experimental activities
Design of the project
DP managing organisation
Evaluation
Monitoring, data collection
Transnational partnership
Clare County Council
Clare County Development Board
Clare Local Employment Service
Clare Womens Network
Clare Youth Service
Congress Information and Opportunity Centre
County Clare Citizens Information Service
Dept of Social Family Affairs
Disabled People of Clare Ltd
Eiri Corca Baiscinn
Ennis Chamber of Commerce
Ennis Information Age Town
Ennis Town Council
Ennis West Partners
FAS (Mid West Region)
Irish Country Women's Association
Irish Refugee Council
Irish Wheelchair Association
National University of Ireland, Galway
Society of St Vincent De Paul
United African Association

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Agreement Summary

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DPA Statement of Agreement

The partners of the Clare Equality Partnership aim to develop an equality network for the county, which will creat awareness of the complex barriers to equality and participation in employment. It will also build local capacity to design innovative solutions and provide progressive routes through life long learning to meaningful employment for disadvantaged individuals and groups.

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Ennis CDP


Unit 2, Mill Rd
Ennis Co. Clare
Ennis

Tel:+353656869026
Fax:
Email:enniscdp@eircom.net

 
Responsibility in the DP: Co-ordination of experimental activities
Design of the project
DP managing organisation
Evaluation
Monitoring, data collection
Transnational partnership
Type of organisation:Other
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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Ennis CDP is a community development organisation managed by a voluntary committee, it forms part of an overall national community development support Programme funded by the Dept of Social, Community and Family Affairs.



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Bradley Colette general information
Flanagan Michael +353656841221 mflan.ennis@eircom.net Deisgnate Partner of EQUAL DP
Toomey Deirdre general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Clare County Council


New Road
Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis
www.clarecoco.clare.ie

Tel:+353656821616
Fax:+353656828233
Email:secretar@clarecoco.ie

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Public authority (national, regional, local)
Legal status:Public organisation
Size:>250
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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Clare County Council is a local authority responsible for local economic development and planning, local environment, local transportation and infrastructure,housing,social & cultural development, and also community and enterprise.



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Cotter - Coughlan Josephine +353656821616 mhill@clarecoco.ie general information
O'Halloran Vincent general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Clare County Development Board


Quin Rd Business Park
Quin Rd, Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis
www.clarecdb.ie

Tel:+353656846222
Fax:+353656829558
Email:ndaly@clarecoco.ie

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Public authority (national, regional, local)
Legal status:Public organisation
Size:Staff < 10
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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Clare CDB is a branch of the local authority, chagred with the preparation and implementation of an intergated development strategy for the county up to 2010



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Daly Nora +353656846222 ndaly@clarecoco.ie general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Clare Local Employment Service


Bindon Lane
Bank Place, Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis
www.clareles.ie

Tel:+353656840333
Fax:+353656840313
Email:janefoley@clareles.ie

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Employment services
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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Clare Local Employment Service is a one to one, client centred, guidance counselling and career path planning service, which aims to progress clients who wish to return to the labour market, through the provision of training,education and work experience supports



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Foley Jane +353656840333 janefoley@clareles.ie general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Clare Womens Network


2 Bank Place
Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis
www.clarewomen.ennis.ie

Tel:+353656828731
Fax:
Email:clarewomen@eircom.net

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Other
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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The Clare Womens Network provides a mother and toddler group, drop in service for Women. It also acts as a central information dissemination point for other womens groups in the area



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Mortimer sarah +353656828731 clarewomen@eircom.net general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Clare Youth Service


Carmody St
Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis

Tel:+353656824137
Fax:+3536529416
Email:cys@cys.ennis.ie

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Other
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:>250
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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Clare Youth service provides education and training programmes for early school leavers and adults, it is also involved in more general youth work across the county.



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Larkin Teresa +353656824137 tlarkin@cys.ennis.ie general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Congress Information and Opportunity Centre


44 Abbey St
Ennis Co. Clare
Ennis
www.cioc.ennis.ie

Tel:+353656841009
Fax:+353656842132
Email:cioc@eircom.net

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Other
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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The congress centre provides services to the unemployed for example: welfare information,IT training (ECDL, MOUS), Jobs club supports and it also acts as a local employment service contact point



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Clune Noel +3536841009 noelclune@eircom.net general information
Linnane Caroline general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


County Clare Citizens Information Service


44 Abbey St
Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis

Tel:+353656841221
Fax:+353656840372
Email:Citizensinfo@ennismail.ie

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Social services
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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Citizens Information - provides free, confidential, and impartial information on topics such as social welfare, health services, employment, consumer,housing and family law, it also provides education and training supports to community groups



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Woulfe Paul +353656841221 paulwoulfe@ennismail.ie general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Dept of Social Family Affairs

(DSFA)
Kilrush Rd
Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis
www.welfare.ie

Tel:+353656829899
Fax:
Email:

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Social services
Legal status:Public organisation
Size:>250
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:15-05-2002 / 31-10-2004

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Disabled People of Clare Ltd

(DPOC)
11 Clonroad Business Park
Clonroad, Ennis, Co. Clare
ennis
www.dpo.ennis.ie

Tel:+353656843488
Fax:+353656843576
Email:dpoclare@eircom.net

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Other
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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DPOC provides personal assistance service to people with disabilities e.g accessible bus services, training. Advocacy, information, peer support arts programmes, lobbying



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Hayes Dermot +353656843488 dpoclare@eircom.net general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Eiri Corca Baiscinn


Community Centre
Circular Rd, Kilkee, Co. Clare
Clare
www.eiri.org

Tel:+353659056611
Fax:+353659056602
Email:eiri@eircom.net

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Enterprise
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff < 10
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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This organisation provides as range of serivces some of which include: business start up advice,adult education courses, social economy development, youth programmes, childcare development



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
McAnespie Jim Jim.Mcanespie@eiri.org financial information
Targett Sue +35365956602 Sue.targett@eiri.org general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Ennis Chamber of Commerce


54 O'Connell St
Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis
www.ennischamber.ie

Tel:+353656842988
Fax:+353656821544
Email:info@ennischamber.ie

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Chamber of commerce/industry/crafts
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 50-250
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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Ennis Chamber of Commerce is a local economic develpoment group which provides business briefings and conferences, seminars and training, trade and tourism promotions to the business and broader community



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Moran Joe +353656842988 Margaret@ennischamber.ie general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Ennis Information Age Town


Information Age Centre
Ballymaley Business Park, Ennis, Co. Clare
ennis
www.ennis.ie

Tel:+353656869200
Fax:+353656869244
Email:info@ennis.ie

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Other
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 50-250
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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Ennis Information Age Town ltd provides IT programmes to 5 constituent groups aimed at increasing awareness,developing skills,building capacity and promoting the effective use of information Communications Technology (ICT)



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
McQuillan Helen +353656869200 hmcquillan@ennis.ie Financial/admin information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Ennis Town Council


Waterpark House, Drumbiggle,
Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis

Tel:+353656828040
Fax:
Email:tryan@ennisudc.ie

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Public authority (national, regional, local)
Legal status:Public organisation
Size:Staff 50-250
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:15-05-2002 / 31-10-2004

Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Ryan Tomas +353656828040 tryan@ennisudc.ie General Information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Ennis West Partners

(EWP)
Hermitage
Ennis, Co. Clare
ennis

Tel:+353656823339
Fax:+353656824442
Email:ewp.ennis@eircom.net

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Other
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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EWP proivdes serivces to the unemployed, small enterprise development, community development, training and emplowerment for local community groups, for example: Traveller groups, Asylum Seekers, Young People



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
O'Mahony Raymond +353656823339 ewp.ennis@eircom.net general information
Rush Gary general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


FAS (Mid West Region)

(FAS)
FAS Training Centre
Shannon, Co. Clare
Shannon
www.fas.ie

Tel:+35361471133
Fax:+35361472613
Email:

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Employment services
Legal status:Public organisation
Size:>250
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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FAS is a national employment and training service which provides a range of programmes and services to jobseekers, employers and those in work. It also provides a range of programmes to local communites



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
McCullough Bonar +35361471133 bonar.mccullough@fas.ie general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Irish Country Women's Association


Deerpark Middle
Ennistymon, Co. Clare
Ennistymon

Tel:+353657071105
Fax:
Email:

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Other
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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ICA is a National organisation with community based networks providing services for women (largely from rural areas) - these include health, education, rural development arts and crafts, drama and personal development



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
McKay Aloma +353657071105 alomamckay@eircom.net general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Irish Refugee Council

(IRC)
1 Bank Place
Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis

Tel:+353656822026
Fax:+353656822017
Email:irc.ennis@eircom.net

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Other
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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The IRC provides direct information, referral support services to asylum seekers & refugees. The IRC liases with statutory agencies, NGO's, schools, healthboards and community and voluntray organisations on behalf of refugees and refugee issues



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Ni Eili Orla +35365682226 irc.ennis@eircom.net general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Irish Wheelchair Association

(IWA)
Centre Point Business Park
Orhard Lane,Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis
www.iwa.ie

Tel:+353656844150
Fax:+353616843208
Email:eiwa@eircom.net

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Other
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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The IWA is a national voluntary organisation which provides support to people with disabilities, these include: day resource centre, respite care,advice,assessment and tuition for people with Disabilities. Wheelchairs sales, repairs and rentals, parent support group and peer counselling supports



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Earley Catherine +353656844150 eiwa@eircom.net general information
Nightingale Marrita general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


National University of Ireland, Galway


University Rd,
Galway City, Co. Galway
Galway
www.nuigalway.ie

Tel:+35391524411
Fax:+35391750595
Email:

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:University / Research organisation
Legal status:Public organisation
Size:>250
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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Provision of education and training programmes to undergraduate, post-graduate and adult learners. Research and development activities.



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
McGuinn Nuala +35391512105 nmcguinn@mis.nuigalway.ie general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


Society of St Vincent De Paul

(SVDP)
St Josephines Conference
54 Parnell St, Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis
www.svp.ennis.ie

Tel:+353656824188
Fax:
Email:costelloj.ennis@eircom.net

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Organisation providing support and guidance for disadvantaged groups
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:31-10-2001 / 31-10-2004

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The SDVP has a national, regional and local organisational structure, The St Joesphines conference act as the research and development arm of the Society in Co. Clare



Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Costello John +353656824188 costelloj.ennis@eircom.net general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top


United African Association


16 Shallee Drive
Cloughleigh, Ennis, Co. Clare
Ennis

Tel:+353656869026
Fax:
Email:toabusari@yahoo.com

 
Responsibility in the DP:
Type of organisation:Other
Legal status:Non-profit private organisation (including NGO...)
Size:Staff 10-50
NUTS code:Mid-West
Date of joining / leaving:15-05-2002 / 31-10-2004

Contact person(s)

Name First name Phone E-mail Responsibility
Busari Tajudean toabusari@yahoo.com general information
Olaleye Eniola general information
Omorodion Felix general information

Last update: 08-08-2005 dot Top



 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
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Clare Equality Partnership

Rationale

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Les promoteurs ont adopté une approche à quatre phases pour leur analyse de l’inégalité et de la discrimination. Elle est la suivante : Recherche première et discussion avec des groupes de base; recherche secondaire en utilisant l’analyse critique des politiques, etc.; une facilitation des réunions de tous les partenaires pour identifier, quantifier et débattre sur les facteurs pertinents; la conception du projet, afin de lutter contre les problèmes soulevés.Les thèmes-clés émergeant du processus sont composés des causes de la discrimination d’ordre comportemental, institutionnel, culturel, physique, technique, social, économique et familial comprenant la culture du travail, le manque de flexibilité dans l’emploi, les difficultés d’alphabétisation et de langage, les différences d’évaluation de « l’expertise », le manque de synergie entre les initiatives, etc., le manque de puissance d’influence des politiques et aboutissant au changement. Ceux-ci sont aggravés par des facteurs de contribution, tels que la pauvreté, le désavantage dans l’enseignement, le statut socio-économique, les différences de puissance, l’alphabétisation ICT, etc.

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Objective

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L’objectif majeur de TRASNA est de créer une capacité au sein des bénéficiaires, leurs organisations de développement et toutes les organisations participantes, afin de développer au niveau local des solutions innovatrices dans le but de créer et de faire durer un emploi constructif et de garantir une plus grande adaptabilité et une réceptivité au changement d’ordre structurel et culturel. Le projet établira un réseau d’égalité pour le comté qui créera une sensibilisation sur les obstacles complexes à l’égalité et à la participation dans l’emploi, construira une capacité locale à concevoir des solutions innovatrices et apportera des idées progressives pour un emploi constructif au profit des individus et des groupes désavantagés. Ces objectifs sont les suivants :· Concevoir une approche de l’emploi innovatrice, flexible et durable soutenant tous les secteurs et agences et capable de générer une culture complaisante et adaptable du travail, du respect pour le développement de la communauté et de la responsabilité collective devant l’égalité. · Etablir un réseau destiné à conseiller et à guider, afin de promouvoir LLL, ainsi que les méthodes de travail· Concevoir et mettre en place des modules de formation destinés à développer une importante sensibilisation aux obstacles, à l’inégalité et à la discrimination, · Influencer les politiques, les processus et les pratiques avec comme résultat, un apprentissage d’intégration,· Changer les attitudes des individus et la manière dont les individus et les groupes sont reliés les uns aux autres, au sein du processus de prise de décision · Tirer profit de l’expérience du partenariat transnational, de la mise en réseau thématique et des méthodes qui ont fait leurs preuves

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Innovation

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· Orientation vers le processus – Réseau partagé, communication flexible des informations, formation et soutiens et création de capacités ICT, tout particulièrement avec des organisations de taille plus petite. · Orientation vers le contexte – Groupes de travail thématiques, échange de mentorat, débats publics
L’innovation du projet, réside, par conséquent, dans des solutions provenant des clients qui complètent et adaptent les leçons enseignées par l’expérience.

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Agreement Summary

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Déclaration d’Engagement DPA

Les partenaires du partenariat Clare Equality ont pour objectif de mettre au point un réseau d’égalité pour le comté, qui sensibilise à l’existence de barrières complexes en matière d’égalité et de participation à l’emploi. Cela établira également une capacité locale à concevoir des solutions innovatrices et à fournir des voies nouvelles par le biais de la formation permanente à l’emploi constructif destinée aux individus et aux groupes défavorisés

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Empowerment

 With beneficiaries

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Le promoteur déclare que les valeurs fondamentales, les principes directeurs et l’égalité de l’autorité sont des éléments-clés conçus pour la promotion de l’égalité de résultat et d’autonomisation de tous les participants. Le processus de consultation veillera à ce que tous les participants soient mieux informés, plus confiants et possèdent les compétences nécessaires et la capacité organisationnelle à participer en tant que partenaires sur un même plan d’égalité.

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Empowerment

 Between national partners

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Tous les partenaires, et en particulier les groupes cibles et les organisations non gouvernementales seront financés de manière adéquate, afin de permettre une participation pleine. Un cadre d’évaluation solide fournira des contrôles constants relatifs aux preuves de sexe, de pauvreté et rurale et une efficacité des mesures de soutien et de la formation.

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