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  1. Update from INIS about Citizenship Application Ruling Issued 31 Jul 2019 - If you're concerned about the recent High Court ruling on citizenship application requirements (which found that those who are applying for citizenship must maintain one continuous year of residence in Ireland the 12 months before submitting their citizenship application), there has been an updated statement ...
  2. NCP Statement on the Ruling Relating to the Six-Week Discretionary Period Applied to Citizenship Applications in Ireland Issued 19 Jul 2019 - New Communities Partnership has welcomed the announcement by Minister of Justice Charlie Flanagan that the government will take “urgent” and “necessary action” on the finding by Mr. Justice Max Barrett that those who are applying for citizenship must maintain “unbroken” residence in the state for ...
  3. Come to the First Ever Miss Bantu Ireland Beauty Pageant Issued 10 Jul 2019 - You are cordially invited to attend (or compete in) the first-ever Miss Bantu Ireland Beauty Pageant this August 3rd!  Seven models are currently signed up to compete in the pageant, who come from five different countries: Poland, South Africa, Congo, The Philippines and Pakistan. The ...
  4. NCP's Peer Learning Conference: Photos and Thanks from NCP Issued 19 Jun 2019 - On June 6 and 7, NCP, in collaboration with the SIRIUS Network, brought together educational stakeholders from across Europe for a two-day Peer Learning event. The aim of the event was to introduce educators, researchers and those working with migrant children in education, across Europe, ...
  5. Irish Schools Should Focus More on Linguistic Diversity, Trinity Academic Says Issued 11 Jun 2019 - A greater focus on “heritage languages”, in addition to English and Irish learning, is needed in Irish schools, a leading academic has said today. The academic made the comment at a roundtable discussion on Linguistic Diversity in Irish Classrooms, hosted by migrant network organisation New ...
  6. FREE Exhibition Spaces for Migrant Businesses (Limited Number of Spaces) Issued 20 May 2019 - If you are a migrant business person who would like to exhibit your business and meet potential funders, businesses, and Irish and Tanzanian government officials, then make sure to register for the launch of the Tanzania Chamber of Commerce. The event, which takes place on ...
  7. Free English Classes for Women From Outside the EU Issued 18 May 2019 - Every Saturday morning, New Communities Partnership hosts FREE English classes for non-EU migrant women at our offices. If you're a migrant woman, who comes from outside of the EU, who would like to join in, let us know!  We are looking for participants who would ...
  8. Training Course for Those Interested in Apprenticeships Issued 17 May 2019 -   If you've been considering taking an apprenticeship (training programming), you'll be glad to hear that TU Dublin is now taking applications for the Access to Apprenticeship September 2019 Programme. The Access to Apprenticeship Programme is aimed at young men and women aged 16 to ...
  9. Meet the Migrant Candidates: Interview with Yulia Ghumman, Local Election Candidate for Fingal County Council Issued 13 May 2019 - In 11 days’ time, on May 24th, people across Ireland will be visiting their local polling centres to cast their votes for the local election candidates who they feel best represents them. If you’re a migrant who is registered to vote in Ireland, NCP encourages ...
  10. Meet the Migrant Candidates: Interview with Sandra Ruiz, Local Election Candidate for Tallaght Central, Co. Dublin Issued 13 May 2019 - Did you know that an estimated 2,000 people will be running for local election this May 24th? Around 949 seats are available. That means your vote is important. The candidates who are running will be seeking your vote to ensure they can become a local ...
  11. Meet the Migrant Candidates: Interview with JK Onwumereh, Local Election Candidate for Blanchardstown-Mulhuddart, Co. Dublin Issued 13 May 2019 - If you’ve been driving or walking around your area recently, you might have seen a lot of smiling faces, asking for your “No. 1”, hanging around. This May 24th, polling booths will open across Ireland. This is your chance to vote for and elect local ...
  12. Meet the Migrant Candidates: Interview with Okezie Emmanuel Emuaga, Local Election Candidate for Balbriggan, Co. Dublin Issued 10 May 2019 - This May 24th, 2019, will see local elections take place across Ireland. These elections, which happen once every five years, are your chance to vote in councillors who will represent you and your area in local authorities. As Ireland’s largest migrant-led network, we encourage everyone ...
  13. Responding to Racism Guide Launched by ENAR today Issued 4 Apr 2019 - This morning, April 4th 2019, ENAR Ireland launched its thorough new resource, the "Responding to Racism Guide". The guide, which has been several years in the making and which was compiled by ENAR Ireland's Communications and Network Development Officer, Aga Wiesyk, was launched officially by Minister ...
  14. Irish Government Makes It Easier for Critical Skills Employment Permit Spouses to Get Work Issued 14 Mar 2019 - The Irish government has announced new measures that will make it easier for certain spouses and partners of migrant workers to gain employment in Ireland. The changes relate to the spouses and partners of migrant workers who have come to Ireland on the basis of ...
  15. Celebrate St. Patrick's Week at U-Fest's Storytelling Extravaganza Issued 25 Feb 2019 - This March 16th (the day before St. Patrick's Day), get down to the Mulhuddart Community Centre, Dublin 15. That's when NCP member group, PhoenixRize, in partnership with St. Patrick's Festival, is hosting a celebration of diversity that centres on storytelling. Called Unite Festival (U-FEST), this ...
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