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Cross Border Community Leaders Forum
(Communication - Ireland - English)

Begin 19/09/2013 - 00:00

End 19/09/2013 - 00:00

Venue New Communities Partnership,53 Upper Dorset St, Dublin 1

Organiser New Communities Partnership

Website http://www.newcommunities.ie

New Communities Partnership leaders hosted cross border ethnic minority communities comprising Nigerian, Asian Muslim, Latvian, Polish, Lithuanian, Czech, and American.
The Polish Irish Scouts, Dublin City Integration Forum, Slovak Centre Ireland, Fingal Ethnic Network and New Communiteis Youth Ireland shared their experiences on community building.                                                                                                             Supporting migrant youth, sustaining volunteers and capacity building community members were amongst some of the key issues discussed.

 

 

 
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