Ireland Community & Culture


Carlow Rural Information Services Project
crisp.ie

Carlow Rural Information Services Project consists of a network of computer training and access centres located throughout County Carlow which aim to provide under-served populations in rural and urban communities with low cost information technology resources.

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Carlow Youth Service
carlowys.ie

Welcome to the Carlow Youth Service Web site. Where you will find what we have to offer Young People in County Carlow.

Carmichael Centre for Voluntary Groups
carmichaelcentre.ie

Carmichael Centre for Voluntary Groups provides an environment which houses, nurtures, supports and stimulates the development of small voluntary organisations.

Cavan Arts
cavanarts.ie

Culture Cavan is funded by the International Fund for Ireland and organised by the Culture Cavan Steering Committee.

Cavan-Monaghan LEADER
cmleader.ie

Welocome to the Cavan-Monaghan LEADER website and its main role as a local action group delivering rural development initiatives to the local community.

Civil Defence
civildefence.ie

The Civil Defence Branch of the Department of Defence, based in Benamore, Roscrea, Co Tipperary since 2006 is charged with the management and development of Civil Defence at national level.

Combat Poverty Agency
cpa.ie

The aim of the Combat Poverty Agency is to promote a more just and inclusive society by working for the prevention and elimination of poverty and social exclusion. This site provides information on the Agency's role, responsibilities, and activities, as well as information on poverty in Ireland and a number of programmes and policies in place to address it.

Comhdhail Oileain na hEireann (Irish Islands Federation)
oileain.ie

The representative body of the inhabited off shore islands. Currently there are 33 island members with permanent populations ranging from just one to nine hundred on the largest island.

Community Relations Council
community-relations.org.uk

A charity set up to tackle sectarianism between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland. Taking a leading role in addressing``communal divisions in Northern Ireland.

Community Workers Co-Operative
cwc.ie

The aim of the Community Workers Co-operative is to promote and support community work as a means of addressing poverty, social exclusion and inequality and ultimately as a means of achieving social change that will contribute to the creation of a more just, sustainable and equal society.