About us:


We provide counselling & psychotherapy
We run English courses
We offer advice and information services
We offer legal advice
and we promote education in Polish Schools

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Together-Razem is a migrant led organization which provides support services to the Polish and Eastern European migrants in Ireland. We are a registered charity that was established in Cork in 2006. In 2018 we have expanded our remit to a national level.

Our mission is to promote integration and equality, reduce marginalization, and to improve the quality of life of the Eastern European migrants.

We focus on five key areas:

Information provision and case work – one-to-one and group information services, online webinars, and individual consultation on welfare, employment, social and legal aspects;

Mental Health support– free or low cost psychotherapy and addiction counseling in native languages: Polish, Romanian (English also available)

Language education –free or low cost English language courses for adults, and Polish language classes for primary school age children;

Fostering integration – we organise regular intercultural events to facilitate social interaction, and we promote Polish and Eastern European culture amongst the wider society;

Advocacy and campaigning - we foster partnerships with key stakeholders to advocate for better protection of migrant rights, and we campaign on issues related to integration and anti-racism. We represent the voices of Polish and Eastern European migrants on local, regional and national level.


About us:


We provide counselling & psychotherapy
We run English courses
We offer advice and information services
We offer legal advice
and we promote education in Polish Schools

Learn more

Together-Razem is a migrant led organization which provides support services to the Polish and Eastern European migrants in Ireland. We are a registered charity that was established in Cork in 2006. In 2018 we have expanded our remit to a national level.

Our mission is to promote integration and equality, reduce marginalization, and to improve the quality of life of the Eastern European migrants.

We focus on five key areas:

Information provision and case work – one-to-one and group information services, online webinars, and individual consultation on welfare, employment, social and legal aspects;

Mental Health support– free or low cost psychotherapy and addiction counseling in native languages: Polish, Romanian (English also available)

Language education –free or low cost English language courses for adults, and Polish language classes for primary school age children;

Fostering integration – we organise regular intercultural events to facilitate social interaction, and we promote Polish and Eastern European culture amongst the wider society;

Advocacy and campaigning - we foster partnerships with key stakeholders to advocate for better protection of migrant rights, and we campaign on issues related to integration and anti-racism. We represent the voices of Polish and Eastern European migrants on local, regional and national level.


 

 

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