cash advance machines First results of consultations done as a part of Cairde’s Be Aware. Be Well. Migrant mental Health Initiative will be presented during conference ‘Challenging Injustice in Ireland’. Rebecca Murphy (TCD) & Emilia Marchelewska (Cairde): ‘Be Aware, Be Well’; developing a community driven mental health initiative with Dublin’s African migrant community
solar panel loan In 2014, migrants represent 12% of the population. International evidence suggests migrants’ experience inequitable rates of mental illness in addition to inequitable access to and experience of mental health services. In 2014, Cairde began a migrant mental health initiative. The initiative focuses on firstly identifying salient mental health concerns for the African Community and subsequently developing community mobilised interventions for all migrant groups.
cash advance bixby ok Refreshments will be provided. There is no charge for attending the conference, but we would be grateful if those who can, donate €20 (or whatever you can afford) to help meet some of our costs
binary options uk broker The conference takes place in the Fitzgerald Chamber, UCD Student Centre, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4
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