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Workshop on Headshops Substances Goes Nationwide

Responding to the continuing national concerns and incidents around this issues of Head shops and “Legal Highs”, the Learning Curve Institute has announced that it’s highly topical one day workshop entitled “Legal Highs - A description of the available headshops substances and their effect” will now be offered in Limerick, Athlone, Dublin and Cork over the next three months.The Learning Curve Institute is a registered FETAC provider of internationally recognised, fully accredited courses and boasts a host of experts in the fields of Drug Awareness, Addiction and Counselling.

'What happens in the home impacts on the school'

Education Profile: Mary Linehan is a home-school liaison officer who provides a crucial link between the two worlds most important in a child’s life – and the recession means she’s now visiting families who would never have needed her help in the past says Grainne Faller.

International Federation for Home Economics Council Meeting

The next IFHE Council meeting will take place in St Angela’s College, Sligo in July 2010 and will be hosted by the IFHE Ireland Organising Committee. 

Visitors will have many opportunities to experience the local and regional amenities and enterprises through organised tours and site visits.

Call for Submissions to National Drug Conference 2010

At the Irish Needle Exchange Forum (INEF) conference in November 2009, members from throughout the spectrum of drug services in Ireland were in attendance (e.g.

Learn to Make a Movie in One Week!

First Cut! Summer Project 2010 – Make a Film in a Week is taking place June 28 to July 2, 10am to 5pm, in Midleton, East Cork

Join the Global Development Debate

Comhlámh has announced the launch of it's new innovative website,

Multicultural Young People's Awards

Applications are now being sought for the 2010 Multicultural Young People's Awards (MYPA).

Free Anti-Racism Training Day

The Family Support Network, a national organization supporting families living with drug use, will be running an Anti-Racism training day on the 1 September in Offaly.

Charity Calls for Single Suicide Authority

A suicide-prevention charity has claimed that suicide numbers could be reduced in Ireland if support services were consolidated into a single authority.

Free Digital Training for Job-seekers to Build Websites for Local Small Businesses

From August 2010, job-seekers in Ireland have the opportunity to take part in the WebActivate project whose aim is to provide them with a free digital skills training scheme for building websites f