Supporting Women in Crisis

"Rahena lost her kids to child protection agency"

"Frieda is on the verge of becoming homeless"

"Huda is comfortable seeing only female doctors"

"Rima can't speak English and so was unable to explain her problems to welfare office"

 

Are you passionate about supporting these women

to get their voices heard and their rights respected? If Yes

"JOIN THE BADWAGON TO GET EQUIPPED-

GET TRAINED AND GET GOING"

 

"AMAL WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION" is proud to present

Free training sessions on " SUPPORTING WOMEN IN CRISIS".

Kindly register your interest by emailing at volunteer@amalwomenirl.com



Scheduled Timetable:

All training days will start at 9:30 am and finish at 1:30 pm.

Week/ Session Day Date
W1 / S1  Wednesday 24 / 10 / 2018
W1 / S2 Thursday  25 / 10 / 2018
W2 / S3 Thursday  08 / 11 / 2018
W2 / S4 Friday 09 / 11 / 2018
W3 / S5 Tuesday 13 / 11 / 2018
W3 / S6 Wednesday 14 / 11 / 2018
W4 / S7 Wednesday 21 / 11 / 2018
W4 / S8 Thursday  22 / 11 / 2018
W5 / S9 Wednesday 28 / 11 / 2018
W5 / S10 Thursday  29 / 11 / 2018
W6 / S11 Wednesday 5 / 12 / 2018
W6 / S12 Thursday  6 / 12 / 2018

Venue

St. Andrew Community Center

A community Center in Rialto offers a range of services for the local community as well as space for clubs, groups and individuals to meet.

468 S Circular Rd, Ushers, Rialto, Dublin 8, Co. Dublin.


Training Coordinators:

If you face any problems or have any inquiries during or after your training, you can speak to one of the coordinators, they are responsible for making everything easy for you:

  • Niera Belacy.
  • Rabeaa Tabasum.

 

 

Or simply send an email to volunteer@amalwomenirl.com

Trainer

Amel Yacef: presently chairperson of ENAR EU, works in the youth and community sector In Ireland, she is originally from Algeria. Amel has been managing and coordinating projects in various areas promoting the voice, rights, health of young people. She has significant experience working with separated children, minority ethnic young people and young people facing injustice and discrimination. She has always been very involved on a voluntary basis in various organisations that relentlessly defend the rights of women and minorities. She has been a voluntary board member of organisations working on migrant health, migrant Rights and migrant women issues and is presently on the board of ENAR Ireland and Amal Muslim Women Association .Amel also has extensive experience in contributing and facilitating processes to enable the voice of the grass roots to find its place and impact in the political discourse.  


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