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Working Together

While working on our own initiatives we work in collaboration with agencies/groups who’s’ goals and values are aligned with ours.

Working Together

We work together with the following organisations:

Dublin City Council Social Inclusion Unit

Set up in early 2000, Dublin City Council’s Social Inclusion Section works actively in the development and promotion of social inclusion initiatives, events, projects and programmes throughout Dublin City. The work of the Social Inclusion Section is guided by Dublin City Council’s Corporate Plan 2015-2019.

Department of Justice of Equality

The Department of Justice and Equality promotes a fair, tolerant and caring society. We are committed to initiating and supporting programmes that develop a more caring and tolerant society, where equality of opportunity is promoted and advanced. We continue to develop this work by addressing issues of equality, discrimination, tolerance and diversity in terms of gender, employment, racism, disability and any other sphere requiring attention.

Our obligations in these areas arise not only from Government commitments but also derive from Ireland's membership of international bodies such as the EU, the Council of Europe, the UN and the International Labour Organisation.

ENAR

European Network Against Racism Ireland is a national network of anti-racism civil society organisations which aims to work collectively to highlight and address the issue of racism in Ireland through the promotion and monitoring of EU and global anti-racist initiatives. ENAR Ireland is the Irish National Coordination for the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) based in Brussels.

Irish Refugee Council

The Irish Refugee Council believes, in accordance with the 1951 Convention relating to the status of refugees, that every person has the right to claim asylum and to have their application considered in a fair and transparent manner.

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St Patrick's Cathedral

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Working Together

The DCIF relies on funding from sources that do not negate the principles or intent of the organisation. Funding has been provided on a grant basis from European and Local agencies. We aim to seek a broader base of financial support as we move forward.  

Dublin City Council Social Inclusion Unit

Set up in early 2000, Dublin City Council’s Social Inclusion Section works actively in the development and promotion of social inclusion initiatives, events, projects and programmes throughout Dublin City. The work of the Social Inclusion Section is guided by Dublin City Council’s Corporate Plan 2015-2019.

Department of Justice of Equality

The Department of Justice and Equality promotes a fair, tolerant and caring society. We are committed to initiating and supporting programmes that develop a more caring and tolerant society, where equality of opportunity is promoted and advanced. We continue to develop this work by addressing issues of equality, discrimination, tolerance and diversity in terms of gender, employment, racism, disability and any other sphere requiring attention.

Our obligations in these areas arise not only from Government commitments but also derive from Ireland's membership of international bodies such as the EU, the Council of Europe, the UN and the International Labour Organisation.

ENAR

European Network Against Racism Ireland is a national network of anti-racism civil society organisations which aims to work collectively to highlight and address the issue of racism in Ireland through the promotion and monitoring of EU and global anti-racist initiatives. ENAR Ireland is the Irish National Coordination for the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) based in Brussels.

Irish Refugee Council

The Irish Refugee Council believes, in accordance with the 1951 Convention relating to the status of refugees, that every person has the right to claim asylum and to have their application considered in a fair and transparent manner.

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St Patrick's Cathedral

A House of Prayer for All Nations

The Cathedral is a place where history is alive and tradition breathes, where lives are remembered and transformed, and where all are welcome to experience and explore the loving presence of God.

An Garda Siochana

The Garda Commissioner established the Garda Racial, Intercultural & Diversity Office (GRIDO) in April 2000. Staff members of the GRIDO coordinate, monitor and advise on all aspects of policing in the area of diversity. The office has a staff of 3 (1 Sergeant, 1 Garda and 1 Clerical Officer). GRIDO staff members are available to members of the public and the Garda organisation for advice and support in the GRIDO area of expertise. 

Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation

The Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation was founded in 1974 as a response to violent conflict in Irish society, and in light of a conviction that there must be a better way than violence and vandalism, intolerance and sectarianism. A spirit of commitment to these ideals inspired the foundation of the Centre and continues to motivate its varied activities of peace training and peace making.

Crosscare

A Focus on Service

To Lead, First You Must Follow

Crosscare aspires to be a service organisation. We want to develop the concept of servant leadership‚ a philosophy which suggests that every person can become a leader by first serving and then, through conscious choice‚ leading. 

© Dublin City Interfaith Forum

Charity Reg. No. 20202705