Mr David Stanton TD visited our Centre on Monday as a special guest of our project "Flying Seniors". In this project we educate Polish senior migrants in terms of voting rights and political processes. Main aim of "Flying Seniors " programme is to increase citizens’ activity and help the migrant communities in Cork City & County to become more politically aware and engaged. David Stanton has been helping Polish migrants in East Cork for many years and as he said he supports Together-Razem Centre work and services provided to Polish and Eastern Europeans. He has been invited to tell our programme participants about Dail, governement legislation procedures, and also a little bit about history of political system in Ireland. In great atmoshere with tea and buscuits on the table our seniors had a lot of questions to Mr Stanton. Our programme "Flying Seniors" is moving smoothly and there is a plan to invite local councillor from Cork City Councill to gain more knowldge about local political system.watch
We are publishing an open letter which has been prepared in conjuction with Forum Polonia which also has been sent to Head Editor Mr Garret Harte in relation to recent comments on Poland made by Mr George Hook in his audition transmitted on the 26th January 2015 available here: http://www.newstalk.com/player/shows/The_Right_Hook/9/16001/26th_January_2015<_The_Right_Hook_Part_3).
source link Together-Razem Centre has moved to a new location and on the 18th May 2017 we have officially opened our new office at Kilnap Business Park with Ambassador of Poland HE Ryszard Sarkowicz, Deputy Lord Mayor Cllr Joe Kavanagh and other members of Polish & Irish community. It was a very special today with warms wishes and on behalf od the Board of Directors we would like to say big thank you to all our friends and supporter for being with us that day.
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