SWAN Ireland in a new national SWAN venture established in 2012.
This Saturday 26th July in Dublin there will be another march in solidarity with Palestine. Members of SWAN Ireland will be joining this march which is being organised by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign.
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The people putting themselves forward for the next round of the CORU registration board have been put up on CORU's website. CHECK THIS OUT ASAP. Voting will be by post and will close on July 29th. Whether you love CORU (or hate it) it is vitally important that YOU, the people on the ground, have a voice in this process. See if you know any of the candidates. If so, contact them and ask them what their objectives are, if voted in. Critique them, tell others what they say and make sure to post it on the SWAN facebook page and/or Twitter account. We will send out as much info about the candidates as we can to make sure you are all as informed as possible. Don't let the next four years of CORU be as bad as the first few years. CORU should HELP us do our jobs, not HINDER us.
Policy Press author, academic and SWAN Ireland member Paul Michael Garrett discusses the issues surrounding unmarried mothers in his book "Social work and Irish people in Britain". This blog post looks at this topic and touches on the recent story covering the headlines in Ireland, the Tuam babies.
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