Recognising the impact of class and gender conditioning the Women's Centre builds capacity and challenges barriers to facilitate women to participate at all levels of civil society. Focusing on class & gender equality, anti-poverty and social inclusion, we collectively challenge cultural, political and economic inequalities.    

'Enough is Enough' awareness raising event in Dungarvan Youth Centre on 3rd December

Local Area Network

 Waterford Local Area Network on Violence Against Women (LAN) awareness raising event 'Enough is Enough' in Dungarvan on 3rd December 2014. 

Cross Party support for the NCCWN

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 Cross Party support for NCCWN Women’s Networks



Last week, the National Collective of Community Based Women’s Networks (NCCWN) made a presentation Cross Party Briefing to members of the Oireachtas.

letters of support for the NCCWN Women's Centre come pouring in - see below

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 National Collective of Community Based Women’s Networks (NCCWN)

2013 Annual Report

Women's Centre AGM 3rd June 2014

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