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NCCWN-Donegal Women’s Network, WEAR project. A development education project working with women and youth from across Donegal, looking at topics on poverty, health, education, gender based violence and decision-making, through interactive activities and group discussions.

Through the WEAR project over 80 Transition Year Students from Scoil Mhuire, Buncrana  and Moville Community College participated in a ‘Gender Equality and Development’ awareness workshop. Ending with an intergenerational seminar looking at ways we can support and achieve gender equality.

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Donegal remembers Ireland’s Revolutionary Women. Irish women have been leading activists in the fight for equality over the past Century. On 25th Nov 2015 Donegal looked at the women of 1916 a period that saw many women’s contributions to the cause written out of our history books.

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Highlights from our human rights workshop with Donegal Youth which looked at the issue of gender inequality its impact on society and the ways in which we can create gender equality.

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Highlights from 12th June 2015 50 50 Group ‘Are we There Yet’? seminar on women’s‪ ‎equality‬ last week in Sligo.

Human Trafficking awareness training workshops

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Mindful Health Workshops, 2015

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International Women’s Day 2015

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“Heading for Happy Relationships Art & Poetry Exhibition” created by students from the Abbey Vocational School in Donegal Town to raise awareness and support the 10 days of action to stop violence against women.

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2014 Positive Health & Wellbeing Workshops, in Letterkenny, Raphoe, Downings and Donegal Town. The workshops provided women with practical information and steps to keep as healthy as possible no matter your ability, while also learning to be happy within the body you’ve got, not the one you want!

Since January 2014 NCCWN-Donegal Women’s Network together with CWC DonegalDonegal Family Resource Centre have been working with the students at the Abbey Vocational School and looking at issues around equality, diversity, peace & conflict. We are now in the creative stage of developing pieces of art which reflect the past months learning. Here are some of our highlights:

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Highlights from 4th April 2014 Donegal County Child Care Committee Event in Letterkenny.

Finola from NCCWN-Donegal Women’s Network presented to attending local election candidates some of the issues effecting women in Donegal, which included violence against women, poverty and equal representation in politics. It was a great evening and we thank Donegal County Childcare Committee Ltd. for the invitation to share these issues and raise awareness with local potential councillors.

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NCCWN-Donegal Women’s Network and Donegal Chance Makers, International Women’s Day evening celebration

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Donegal Town Coffee morning meeting to honour  International Women’s Day

International Women’s Workshop with the Time Out for You

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International Women’s Day Workshop with the Pettigo & Tullyhommon Women’s Group

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International Women’s Day Workshop with the Women in Raphoe

International Women’s Day Workshop with Ernedale Heights Women’s group in Ballyshannon

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International Women’s Day Workshop with the Plant Youth Young Women’s Group in Ballybofey.

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February 2014, Letterkenny Donegal Women’s Manifesto Meeting

February 2014, Donegal Town Women’s Manifesto Meeting

Man Up Campaign

5050 North West Meeting 2013  read more here

Donegal Women’s Network 2013 International Women’s Day Events

Donegal Women’s Craft Exhibition

Donegal Women’s Domestic Violence Service ’16 days of Action Campaign Against Violence Against Women

5050 North West Campaign at the St. Patricks Day Parade in Donegal Town