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For the Academic semester ALIVE is hosting a range of workshops for NUI Galway students, staff and community partners. Here we will post the videos of the events and some key take-aways!
Here you will find information on workshops about taking community action through:
ALIVE in Conversation with the UN Youth Delegates for Ireland
Thursday 3rd December 5pm
Zoom – all welcome!
Tara Grace Connolly from Belfast, and Conn McCarrick from Dublin, have been selected as Ireland’s UN Youth Delegates for 2020-2021.Throughout the this year, they will work closely with the National Youth Council of Ireland, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Ireland’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations. They will have the opportunity to represent the young people of Ireland at a number of UN events, and to engage with young people across Ireland about foreign policy issues.
Our workshop with Tara and Conn will allow NUI Galway students to learn more about the Youth Delegate Role, what the inside of the UN looks like, how policy is making an impact, and share passions for projects affecting all our lives. As Ireland prepares to take its seat on the UN Security Council in January 2021, how do we connect the local to the global?
Thursday Nov 26th 2020
Guest Facilitator Vicky Donnelly brings us to the root! Leave this session with your knowledge expanded and your mind blown!
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All welcome! Meet Gaisce PALS Kirsty and Lorraine and hear how to achieve the award: Gold, Silver, Bronze.
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This practical workshop training is designed for those that want to be anti-racist and gives you the tools to explore this role as an Ally. Expert facilitator Megan Maria Browne sets up a safe space for all to learn.
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Pop along as we play games to learn about the Sustainable Development Goals. All welcome!
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Tuesday 11th November 7.30pm
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