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A “peace” of Knock – Monaghan Network Cultural Awareness event 23rd March 2019

Monaghan Community Network is tasked to deliver a Cultural Awareness Programme as partner delivery agents with Monaghan County Council. The Cultural Awareness Project is supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB). The Programme aims to celebrate multiculturalism and diversity, to value the skills and cultures of all communities, indigenous and new, and ensure they are allowed to have the same opportunities as their Irish peers, and to participate fully in the economic, social, political and cultural life of their communities.… Read More >

Monaghan Community Network Multi-cultural residential to Roscommon/Mayo

A Peace IV funded multi cultural residential trip took place from Friday 22nd March to Sunday 24th March 2019. The Cultural Awareness Programme aims to celebrate multiculturalism and diversity, to value the skills and cultures of all communities, indigenous and new, and ensure they are allowed to have the same opportunities as their Irish peers, and to participate fully in the economic, social, political and cultural life of their communities.… Read More >

Storytelling night “Romancing the border” gets national media attention

Following on from a very successful “Romancing the Border” storytelling night in February 2019, the Irish Independent made contact with Monaghan Community Network to follow up on stories from individuals about how the border impacted on their social and romantic lives. Walter and Margaret Pringle from Clones told their story to the newspaper….. (click on the link, or copy it into the address bar, to read their story…)
https://www.independent.ie/business/brexit/real-lives-on-the-border-we-queued-the-day-we-married-id-rather-die-than-see-it-return-37889912.html
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