Platform Information Initiative – Afghanistan Humanitarian Crisis

The Donegal Intercultural Platform along with the Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) the Irish Refugee Council and supported by the NGO NASC helped identify Afghan people in Donegal who need help and support with regard to their visa status, refugee status, work issues and applications for Family Reunification. This flawed scheme was closed on March 11th.

Publications and Policy Documents

Donegal Information Initiative – Afghanistan Humanitarian Crisis The Donegal Intercultural Platform along the non-governmental organisation (NGO) the Irish Refugee Council and supported by the NGO NASC helped identify Afghan people in Donegal who need help and support with regard to their visa status, refugee status, work issues and applications for Family Reunification. This scheme closed …

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Think Equality Donegal (TED) Project Awarded multi-year funding from The Equality Fund 2020-2023

Donegal Intercultural Platform along with it’s project partners Donegal Local Development Company CLG (DLDC) and Donegal Travellers Project (DTP) had announced that the ‘Think Equality Donegal’ Project was been awarded multi-year funding from the Equality Fund. The Fund supports organisations and groups that empower marginalised communities and tackle systemic inequality. A total of eleven civil-society projects …

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Intercultural Platform

Two outstanding volunteers with the Intercultural Platform, Geraldine Gallagher who supports the weekly Fáilte Isteach classes we hold in Letterkenny Library and Ruhel, one of our steering group members who sits on the Executive of the Bangladeshi Community in Donegal. Photos taken at the 2019 Me4U awards hosted by Donegal Volunteer Centre.   Billy Banda …

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