Campus Engage Participate Programme Framework Presentation, 2015

December 2014 Campus Engage are launched a new capacity building service, The Participate Programme. The Programme offers staff and community-based organisations a selection of capacity building initiatives that will give attendees the tools to incorporate community-based research and learning into their curriculum and work plans.

A case study of a HEI-Community Partnership: The Aisling Project

This presentation gives an overview of a working community partnership approach between DCU and the Ballymun community. The Aisling Project aim is to:

“To relieve poverty, benefit the community and advance education by running an after school intervention project in the Ballymun area for children at risk which will provide purposeful activity in a caring and secure environment in an attempt to meet their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.”

Building Community Networks: The Wheel

This presentation delivered by the Wheel to Campus Engage gives a review of the community, NGO sector in Ireland, in terms of numbers; what works when building a network with community partners; the challenges to the sector at present and the benefits to working in paernerships.

Garda Vetting and Volunteering within the Higher Education Sector

This presentation, delivered by Sgt. Jim Gould to Campus Engage, is an excellent information reasource for all senior management, volunteer officers, and students. It provides crucial information and updates on vetting procedures and policy. A must read for anyone working in the field in Ireland.

An Overview of UCD Overseas Volunteering Programme

This presentation gives you an overview of the who, what, when, where and why of the UCD programme. If you have any further queries conatct Caroline at UCD. Her details are given at the end of the presentation.

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