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Building Intercultural Communites (Peace1V) in collaboration with Donegal Travellers Project are recruiting

Building Intercultural Communites (Peace1V) in collaboration with Donegal Travellers Project are recruiting a Part Time Project Worker: Overall Purpose of the Job To organise events, design and deliver programmes which contribute to building positive relationships in the county focusing on Black and Minority Ethnic communities. Specific Duties and Responsibilities To deliver a community development approach …

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All Donegal candidates called on to sign Anti-Racism Election Protocol 2019

All Donegal candidates in the upcoming local and European elections are being called on to sign a national “Anti-Racism Election Protocol” as a way of expressing their commitment to run campaigns that do not incite hatred or prejudice against minority communities.     The Protocol, which is an initiative of ENAR Ireland, is being promoted locally …

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DTP Celebrates International Day of the Elimination of Racial Discrimination with the Launch of our Building Intercultural Communities

DTP in collaboration with Donegal Intercultural Platflorm had our launch on the 21st of March of our Building Intercultural Communities Project in the Regional Cultural Centre in Letterkenny. A wonderful event especially on the UN International Day against the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Many thanks to our speakers Cllr Paul Canning, Gina McIntyre, Francine Blache …

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DTP Celebrate's International Women's Day

Happy International Women’s Day from Donegal Travellers Project! DTP celebrated on Thursday through a half day workshop celebrating women’s resilience in the struggle for equality, human rights and justice particularly in the Traveller Community. ‘We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the …

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Donegal Travellers Project stays stop now. Prejudice hurts and damages.

Donegal Travellers Project says stop now.  Prejudice hurts and damages. Donegal Travellers Project are calling today to an end to all the negative comments being made regarding the Traveller community by Peter Casey and others. The organisation is a partnership of Travellers and settled community, all of whom are professionals working to address the issues …

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DTP calls for urgent action to address the homelessness crisis

DONEGAL Travellers Project is calling for urgent action to be taken by Donegal County Council and local agencies to address the homelessness crisis in Donegal. From January to November DTP had a record 22 cases of individuals and families requesting assistance for homelessness.“Number 1, we are calling for Donegal County Council to apply for resources …

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Carrickmines Tragedy

Donegal Travellers Project has opened a book of condolences for the families of the recent Carrickmines tragedy. The Book will be open at the project offices, Port House, Port Road, Letterkenny each day this week from 10am to 5pm. The project office in Ballyshannon (old Atlantic View CDP office, Main Street) will also have a …

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Two Donegal men included in “Inspiring Traveller Men” booklet

Donegal residents Hugh Friel and Martin Mongan are included in a new booklet entitled “Inspiring Traveller Men” which profiles Traveller men nationwide who are making exceptional contributions to their communities. Hugh and Martin are both community workers with Donegal Travellers Project (DTP), working for Traveller rights and delivering programmes which support the Traveller community. The …

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