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June News 2014

Inner City Organisations Network (ICON) & Community Technical Aid (CTA)

invite you to the

North Inner City Jobseekers Advice Fair

on Thursday 19th June 12pm to 2pm

in Killarney Court Community Centre, Buckingham Street

On the day there will be:

Workshops

information on setting up your own business

A showcase on the range of employment and enterprise supports available

Entry is free

for more information phone 01 8366890 or email: employmentexpo@gmail.com

 


 

The Annie Kelly Education Bursary is now open for applications

The Annie Kelly Education Bursary was established in 2002 in memory of Annie Kelly, a community activist from Drumalee in the North West Inner City who was a member of the North Inner City Drugs Task Force. The bursary is designed to help people from North Inner City communities affected by problem drug use to access further education.

DOWNLOAD 2014 GUIDELINES AND APPLICATION FORM HERE

Please read the guidelines carefully to ensure you are eligible.

The closing dates this year will be

•Friday 4th July and

•Friday 5th of September.

For further information or if you need a Word version of the application form please contact Denise at 01 8366592


Inner City Organisations Network (ICON) & Community Technical Aid (CTA)

Inner City Organisations Network (ICON) & Community Technical Aid (CTA)

 

Inner City Organisations Network (ICON) & Community Technical Aid (CTA)

 

invite you to an

Information Session on Spent Convictions and Garda Vetting

"Breaking the Record"

Information Session on the Spent Convictions Bill and Garda Vetting Act

Date: Wednesday 11th June 2014

Time: 11am-1pm

Venue: St Agatha’s Hall, Dunne Street, Dublin 1

This session will focus on two important and related legislative developments - the Criminal Justice (Spent Convictions) Bill 2012 and the National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012 - and seek to address outstanding legal issues with regard to both pieces of legislation and how both systems will work in practice.

Topics include:

· the legislative process around spent convictions

· child protection, vetting procedures and supporting rehabilitation;

· impact of minor offences such as drunk and disorderly or offences committed 2 or 3 decades ago

· barriers to work, training and emigration as a result of convictions


Speakers will be experts in this field and include practising solicitors, barristers and advocates.

R.S.V.P. to Siân iconet@iol.ie  or phone 8366890


 

The HSE have issued two Public Health alerts in relation to Ecstasy like substances that have been linked to a number of deaths across Ireland.
While investigations are still ongoing, there is sufficient evidence available to recommend that people do not take these substances or if their friends are in possession of these that they should not be consumed.


Green Apple / Green Rolex & other stimulants:
Green pills with an Apple or Rolex symbol appear have to been implicated in some of these incidents. Other stimulants indicated include cocaine, and amphetamines which in some circumstances have been taken in combination.


Double Cross / Double Black:
This is also an Ecstasy type substance implicated in the death of one man and the serious illness of four others in Donegal.

Attached please find a PDF which contains information which might be of interest, please click here to view

More information can be found the drugs.ie website by clicking here

 


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