Changing Ireland

Autumn 2011 (Issue 36) - Community resilience

  • 2 August 2011
  • Mary, Robinson, the Dalai Lama & Rita Fagan
  • Bofin Shows community work can be fun
  • Striking Community Workers
  • Interview: Minister Phil Hogan
  • Crumlin Project opens door to public
  • Galway: Community Centre for sale

Plus Sector news, Project news, Programme news, Horace & more

Issue 35 - Scrum over, now tackle community issues

  • 2 March 2011

4 - NEWS

  • Anti-Racism work: File goes to DPP
  • Projects helped during atrocious weather
  • Development education courses in Dublin
  • Shakespeare a hit in Limerick
  • LDCs with blogs

5 - FG’s community plans: For and against

6 - TÚS SCHEME LAUNCHED

  • 5000 jobs in communities
  • LDCs reponsible for roll-out
  • Report from Kilkenny

9 - SECTOR NEWS

  • NALA’s new course
  • UNHCHR visits
  • Jesse Jackson too!

10 - MEDIATION - Saving money and possibly lives in Mayo

14-15 VOLUNTEER PROFILE - Patsy Cronin interview

16 - THE COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAMME

  • National impact of 2700 workers
  • Case-study: Revamp Furniture-restoration

17-21 POLITICAL IDEAS FOR COMMUNITIES: Here’s what you voted for (or against)

22-23 COMMUNITY RESILIENCE

  • Getting ready for peak oil
  • Community Development failing us?
  • Free training with Greenworks
  • Living in the Cloughjordan Ecovillage

24 - COMMUNITY POLICING:- How to cut crime by texting


Issue 34 - Claiming Our Future: People Power can P

  • 1 November 2010
  • CLAIMING OUR FUTURE: Interview with Siobhan O’Donohue
  • WORKING WITHOUT PAY FOR EXPERIENCE- Communities may get sudden influx of help- Labour Market Activation Programmes- Begin Again- Green Works
  • JOBS, TRAINING AND BUSINESS START-UPS:- Donegal- North Dublin- Clondalkin- Cork- Laois
  • ANTI-RACISM FOLLOW-UP:- Garda investigating anti-Traveller websites- Letter to the Editor
  • ANTI-RACISM AND PROGRAMME NEWS- Taking on disability bullies- Where CDPs now stand
  • IMF Cuts - There are alternatives!

Issue 33 - Activists pull down anti-Traveller site

  • 2 June 2010
  • Good news for Cork and Limerick CDPs - CDPs don’t need to close or hand over assets
  • National campaigners “gutted” - Minister meets Forum reps
  • Interview with Pat Carey - ‘You need ‘argy-bargy’ in Community Development’. Get behind the Programme, urges Minister
  • Anti-racism: Community activists shut down Facebook hate sites. Facebook members could end with convictions.
  • New Ministers, new Department, new Head
  • Dissent on the ground - voices from around the country
  • Volunteering - Donncha O’Callaghan launches Age Link in Mahon
  • Opinion - ‘Is Féidir Linn’ initiative under scrutiny

Issue 32 - Looking down the track at New Programme

  • 1 April 2010
  • 6 pages of Sector News
  • Report from Palestine
  • Volunteering while unemployed
  • New Programme News
  • On the ground: in Inchicore
  • Eye-witness reports from Zambia
  • 2010: Eu's year against poverty
  • Regeneration: Ballymun, Limerick and Fatima
  • Help Me Horace! Full page

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Issue 32 - Looking down the track at New Programme

  • 1 April 2010
  • 6 pages of Sector News
  • Report from Palestine
  • Volunteering while unemployed
  • New Programme News
  • On the ground: in Inchicore
  • Eye-witness reports from Zambia
  • 2010: Eu's year against poverty
  • Regeneration: Ballymun, Limerick and Fatima
  • Help Me Horace! Full page

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Issue 30/31 - Bumper Double Issue

  • 1 December 2009
  • Community Development Programme to end after 20 years
  • 180 projects: facing wind-up in 2010
  • New Programme: for and against
  • McCarthy: Communities strike back
  • On the ground: in Inchicore
  • Eye-witness reports from Zambia
  • 2010: EU's year against poverty
  • Regeneration: Ballymun, Limerick and Fatima
  • Help Me Horace! Full page

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Issue 30/31 - Bumper Double Issue

  • 1 December 2009
  • Community Development Programme to end after 20 years
  • 180 projects: facing wind-up in 2010
  • New Programme: for and against
  • McCarthy: Communities strike back
  • On the ground: in Inchicore
  • Eye-witness reports from Zambia
  • 2010: EU's year against poverty
  • Regeneration: Ballymun, Limerick and Fatima
  • Help Me Horace! Full page

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Issue 29 - The Communities Combatting Cuts Issue

  • 1 June 2009
  • Frontline News
  • Project News
  • Cuts - facts & figures
  • Enabling Dissent
  • Upsides to the downturn
  • Sector facing up to crisis
  • Books to borrow, buy or win
  • Volunteering on the up

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Issue 28 - The Participation Issue

  • 1 April 2009
  • Over 750 join new Travellers' forum
  • Obama - he's one of us!
  • Primary health care in Donegal
  • Minister Curran interviewed
  • 45 families face losing homes
  • Regeneration from Dublin to Limerick
  • Data-sharing as anti-poverty tool
  • International: From Africa to Boston

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Issue 27 - The Green Issue

  • 1 September 2008
  • Sow and grow: Community Organic Gardens
  • Sustainable development on our islands
  • Sustaining the language in Corduff
  • South Dublin becomes greener, but meaner
  • Eco-communities are mostly middle-class: Why?
  • One day in Erris: Shell jobs and community anguish
  • Toxic toothpaste - two lives "saved" (Dublin)
  • You can change your community in 12 hours!

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Issue 26 - Integrating immigrants

  • 1 August 2008
  • One-third of new volunteers are immigrants
  • Is toxic toothpaste suitable for asylum-seekers?
  • 8 proven ways to promote integration in your community
  • World Refugee Day Awards 2008
  • 4 pages of Programme News & Opinion
  • Regeneration update
  • Tips for involving immigrants

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