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The Africa Centre is looking for a Public Engagement Officer.
Africa Centre invites you to Culture Night 2015 at the Methodist Church Hall on Lower Abbey Street, opposite the Abbey Street Luas stop. The event is starting from 7pm. Come and enjoy African Drumming lessons, dance some African lyrics and have cup of tea or coffee with snacks.
Walking on grass. Let's go to Wicklow!
Africa Centre’s Intercultural Youth Society is organising a trip to Wicklow on the 25th of July as part of its summer project.
A bus will leave Dublin at 10:00a.m. and should be back by 5:00p.m. The return-journey to Wicklow takes two hours.
The trip will cost 5€ for each participant. Those living in Direct Provision will be charged 2€.
We will take a 4-hour walk in the Wicklow Mountains to enjoy fresh air and contemplate mind-blowing landscapes. So make sure you have your solid shoes on! We do appreciate some fancy clothing but we will have to do without this time...
The Africa centre has launched a survey which seeks to gain insights from members of the African community in Ireland and non-Africans who engage with this community. We would very much appreciate it if you could complete this survey, which will take no longer than 7 minutes.
The Africa Centre received funding from Irish Aid, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Promotions. The purpose of this funding is to carry out development education activities. These activities will involve discussions with African Diaspora leaders on the new Sustainable Development Agenda (STGs 2016 to 2030) and Ireland’s role in tackling global poverty. The conversations will take place in Galway, Kilkenny, Waterford, Dublin and Balbriggan as a pilot project.
Africa Centre, AkiDwA and ENAR Ireland have come together to introduce their tools for tackling racism against people with African descent in Europe and Ireland.
Africa Centre and the Wheel agreed on a date to host the second People's Conversation. As the first Conversation we had was very productive, we are delighted to organise the second phase of the project and push it to the next level!
We are delighted to announce Africa Centre disco nights are back!