About the Organization

We provide counseling ,
We have English courses,
We provide advice and information
legal advice
We promote education in the Polish Afternoon schools

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Poles constitute the largest immigrant group in Ireland – there are 122,515 Poles in Ireland according to the census in 2016, including around 30,000 living in County Cork. Since 2006, the Together-Razem Centre in Cork operates for Poles as well as for migrants from Central and Eastern Europe. We are a charity in Ireland, and our mission includes activities in four areas:

Advise and support – providing social and legal advice

Mental health – providing therapeutic services through the U-Clinic Counselling Services and development workshops

Education – conducting English language courses and running five afternoon schools for Polish children – Razem Academy in Cork, Cobh, Ballincollig, Midleton and Clonakilty

Integration – implementation of integration programs, among others for seniors, e.g. "Well-Informed Senior", projects in the field of civic activity, cultural activity, e.g. the theater group Bric-a-Brac or professional activation, among others "Activator" and other projects