what’s happening in Dublin

Report ‘Out of Silence, women’s mental health in their own words’ By NWCI

Report ‘Out of Silence, women’s mental health in their own words’ By NWCI

Cairde is delighted that migrant women voices were included in the National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWCI)’ new report ‘Out of Silence, women’s mental health in their own words’. The report documents the specific mental health needs of women and girls in Ireland and highlights necessary steps to prioritise prevention and provision of services going forward. […]

By November 9, 2018 Read More →

what's happening in balbriggan

Proiectos Romano – A study of Roma communities in Balbriggan was launched today by Minister David Stanton and Chief Commissioner Emiliy Logan

Proiectos Romano – A study of Roma communities in Balbriggan was launched today by Minister David Stanton and Chief Commissioner Emiliy Logan

A new report that highlights high rates of racism against Roma in Balbriggan and recommends ways to aid integration process was launched today by David Stanton TD, Minister of State at the Department of Justice and Equality and Emily Logan, Chief Commissioner, Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission. The report is a result of a project conducted Cairde […]

By October 19, 2016 Read More →

Well-being & mental health

Pathways to Being Well. Training Program for Faith and Community Leaders Passionate about Mental Health and Well being

Pathways to Being Well. Training Program for Faith and Community Leaders Passionate about Mental Health and Well being

Cairde welcomes applications form interested faith and community leaders to take part in this training program.

By August 21, 2018 Read More →

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Pathways to Being Well. Mental Health Guide for Ethnic Minorities in Ireland

Pathways to Being Well. Mental Health Guide for Ethnic Minorities in Ireland

We developed this guide to support you on your journey to good mental health. Life can throw different challenges at us. For example, when you move to a new country, you may feel isolated due to language and cultural barriers or discrimination. This can cause specific stresses which may negatively affect your mental health and quality of life. This […]

By November 24, 2016 Read More →

Services

HIQA opens public consultation on new maternity service standards

HIQA opens public consultation on new maternity service standards

The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) has today launched an eight-week public consultation on new draft National Standards for Safer Better Maternity Services. The public consultation invites feedback from all stakeholders. The draft national standards are available for public consultation on hiqa.ie for an eight-week period; until 5pm on Monday 16 May 2016. Chief Executive […]

By March 21, 2016 Read More →

New resources

Pathways to Being Well. Mental Health Guide for Ethnic Minorities in Ireland

Pathways to Being Well. Mental Health Guide for Ethnic Minorities in Ireland

We developed this guide to support you on your journey to good mental health. Life can throw different challenges at us. For example, when you move to a new country, you may feel isolated due to language and cultural barriers or discrimination. This can cause specific stresses which may negatively affect your mental health and quality of life. This […]

By November 24, 2016 Read More →