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12
May

YELLOW STICKER INITIATIVE

The Central Statistics Office 2016 figures for Ireland includes 152 crimes of racism, 38 of ageism, 31 gender-related, 28 homophobia, 25 anti-Traveler, and 13 anti-Muslim. The 308 figure compares to an average of 158 crimes annually between 2006 and 2014, ranging from 114 in 2014 to 233 in 2007. We all have witnessed rise in

15
Jan

Equality Fund Award

We’d like to thank Social Innovation Fund Ireland for the Award of Equality Funding for our program Cultural Advocacy and Mediation Program

15
Jul

Eid Gifts 2018

Thanks to everyone who assisted us with the Eid Gift project 2018, directly or indirectly, we thank you all for your generosity and support, hop you like the little video we made for you.

15
Jul

99 Names of Allah

As part of the Dublin’s Culture Connects neighborhood project, the Dublin City Council initiative that aims to connect communities through culture. The 8 ft Batik of the 99 name of Allah is currently been displayed in Chester Beatty Library on the second floor. It was created by artist Helen Barry and Amal Women’s Association. Our neighborhood project did some wonders “How

15
Jul

Visiting Glasgow and Edinburgh

On Wednesday November 22nd members of Amal’s Board of directors traveled to Glasgow and Edinburgh to visit a number of Muslim and Migrant led women’s services. A huge thank you to Amina Muslim Women’s Resource Center, Saheliya and Shakti Women’s Aid for their time and guidance. Meeting women who have taken our journey before and set up specialist and culturally

15
May

Ramadan Packs 2018

In the year 2017, Amal group was able to make a good relationship and engagement with families in three direct provision centers: Co Meath, Co Kildareand Abbeyfield Hotel in Ballaghaderreen. We meet with the refugee families there to give them the Ramadan food packs, Qurbani meat and Eid gift for Eid Fitr and Eid Adha.

15
May

Cover of Dreams

The textile artwork ‘Cover Of Dreams’ was constructed during 2016 at the many gatherings of women at the South Circular Road Mosque and later in the artist residency in Studio 468 in Rialto. The embroidery, bead-work, block printing and batik work progressed alongside many discussions, cups of tea and coffee, delicious Arabic olive bread and