Entries by GCCN Administrator

Diary Dates

We will be updating this section of the website as more events and/or meetings are arranged. Meanwhile to register to get information on the Linkage Groups that you are interested in please click here

Public Sector Duty

Thanks to all that came to the session on the Public Sector Duty. Please see below for resources: To download the ERA Civil Society Guide to the Public Sector Duty, please click here To download the ERA presentation, please click here To download the ERA document, A New Public Sector Equality & Human Rights Duty Setting Standards […]

Trade Deals or Trojan Horses?

Do you know about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) currently being negotiated between the EU and the US? What about the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the EU? Many communities are concerned about the threats these deals could pose to democracy, public services, food safety, workers’ rights, and the […]

GCCN Submission to the Open Government Partnership consultation

The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is an initiative of 70 countries. It aims to secure concrete commitments from governments to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance. It is run by a steering committee composed of governments and civil society organisations. As part of this international initiative, every two […]

GCCN Submission – Applying Common Sense to the draft Parks, Open Spaces & Beaches Byelaws

Thanks to all that contributed to the Galway City Network submission, Applying Common Sense to the draft  Parks, Open Spaces & Beaches Byelaws. To download a copy of the submission please click here GCCN Meeting to discuss a response to the draft Byelaws to be held on Monday September 26th at 6.30pm in the Westside Community Resource Centre. […]

Social Inclusion Week 2016

Everyone has a contribution to make….Social Inclusion ensures they can! Galway City Council’s annual Social Inclusion Week will take place from the 7th to 13th November 2016. Social Inclusion Week is a celebration of participation, equality and inclusion and this year we are aiming to ensure that even more people join in and get involved in the events and activities. The theme […]