• Dear Friends and Colleagues

    We hope that you are all staying as well as possible during these difficult and uncertain times.In keeping with social distancing practices CAN is postponing its direct contact work with others for now. All members of the team continue to work remotely and can be contacted through the usual channels, including Email, Phone, Facebook: Community […]

  • Garda Youth Awards

    We are delighted to announce that the overall winners of the Garda Youth Awards were a group of young people from the North East Inner City who took part in a Dialogue process facilitated by CAN.

  • A Welcome on the Mat

    A Welcome on the Mat – a project of CAN’s that sets out to contribute to the development of more sustainable intercultural communities. This work started in 2018 when CAN facilitated a dialogue in Dublin 8 to explore the experience of people of minority ethnic backgrounds living in mostly white Irish communities. The dialogue included […]

  • Building Community Resilience

    Important research on building community resilience in the face of drug-trade related anti-social behaviour is launched December 11th 2019. It was commissioned by the Four Forums Network, a partnership of four policing forums in the Dublin South Central Area, which is chaired by CAN.It includes a strategy, based on the research detailing what is required […]

  • Transformative Leadership 2018-2019

    Congratulations to the 16 participants who have recently completed the Transformative Leadership Programme 2018-2019.

  • Galway Traveller Movement

    Summer’s here and the near end of a full and busy year for members of Galway Traveller Movement.  A group of 24 completed their Diploma in Community Development Practice.  The programme was delivered by CAN and NUIG, supported by GTM and with funding from SSNO, Pobal.  Well done all.