CAN welcomes ALPP - Grant Own Motion release , a decision of the Irish High Court, which confirms that EU law can be used to protect people at risk of losing their homes.
To understand the meaning of the recent ruling read Abusive Lending Practices Project explainerÂ http://abusivelending.org/sites/default/files/Grant_Explainer.pdf
For further information please see the abusivelending.org â€ ... Read more
We are delighted to have Bronagh O Neill joining us on the CAN staff team. Bronagh comes with years of experience in youthwork and a passion for social justice. As the CAN profile of work gets even more diverse and interesting, its already proving invaluable to have Bronagh with us. Read more
Congratulations to participants in Participation and Leadership Programme in Clondalkin. Facilitated by CAN in partnership with Clondalkin Drug and Alcohol Task Force the programme took place over 14 weeks and included modules on Leadership, Groupwork and Social Analysis. Read more
A new, first report on the experiences of people coping with mortgage distress, launched today, reveals a picture of shame, silence, stress, lack of legal representation, rejection in court and a failure by state support systems like MABS and Abhaile to support them adequately.
House Hold is a preliminary look at the experiences of people in mortgage distress and at risk of losing their homes. ... Read more
Power in Participation â€“ Leadership Development with Galway Traveller Movement
This leadership programme has got off to a great start with twenty five men and women from all over Galway taking part. Starting in September the programme takes place in Ballinfoyle Community Centre and in NUI Galway. It will run until June 2019 and comprises seven modules on topics related to Community Development ... Read more