NCP Members 2015
The Afghan Community and Cultural Association of Ireland was founded by a number of Afghan emigrants living in Ireland.
ASPI is a nonprofit organization and without dependence, accession or any political connection which aims to promote cultural activities, recreational and educational Spanish in Ireland.
To oversee the inclusion and integration of disabled and socially secluded children, especially those form ethnic backgrounds, into the wider society.
To promote the benefit of all Angolan community and to link all other Angolan groups in Ireland to strengthen and deend our rights in Ireland.
Supporting the inclusion, integration and participation of Congolese minorities in Ireland.
Facilitate Congolese people's integration in Ireland by providing information on matters relating to education, accommodation, legal issues, employment, health, and discriminiation; provide support and advice to asylum seekers and organise cultural and social events.
Dublin Latvian Choir promotes integration and intercultural exchange amongst members and Irish communities
To facilitate and support Eritrean members for social, economic, and cultural integration into Irish society. To create partnership with other communities for multicultralism (exchange of culture and tradition.)
A cooperative platform that brings together representatives of various Polish community organisations, the media, and individuals. It operates through information exchange, support, promoting, and developing the interest of the Polish community in Ireland.
We are The GUINEAN COMMUNITY OF IRLAND which is a non-governmental, non profit and apolitical organisation. We are here to promote integration of Guineans living in Ireland by providing advice and assistance in maters relating to education, accommodation, employment and discriminiation; build up good relations wih other communities; promote human rights in Guinea; organise workshops and seminars.
IACI is a network of African/Immigrant Children Living in Ireland. It was established in June 2003 with the aim of promoting equality and addressing the integration needs of African children living in Ireland.
IACI is a network of African/immigrant Children Living in Ireland. It was established in June 2003 with the aim of promoting equality and addressing the integration needs of African children living in Ireland
Encourage and promote unity, love, solidarity, collective responsibility, and cooperation amongst Manyu Elements Cultural Organisation. Revive and promote Manyu culture among members.
We are here to help and guide any migrant who face any problems that they may have. Our organisation gathers all information from different groups which might be helpful for migrants.
Malayalee Indians (MIND) Ireland is a voluntary community organisation established in February 2008 with a view to provide a platform for Malayalee Indians in Dublin and around to promote the rich culture, heritage and tradition of Malayalees (natives of Kerala, South India).
As the name suggest "Music Fest" is the festival of Music. The idea was to find common ground for artists to showcase their musical talent and also for aspiring artist to build the confident/support during the making of their personal or collective artistic work.
Established in 2010, the Roma Integration Association is a voluntary organisation comprised primarily of Roma men and women living in Ireland. Membership is open to anyone who supports our aims and includes Roma and non-Roma people from a variety of countries.
It serves as a point of contact for all Romanians in Ireland for cultural and social events and more importantly, to offer them support and information on their rights and entitlements while living in Ireland
The Slovak Centre - Ireland is a registered non-profit, politically independent organisation established in February 2007 by a group of Slovak volunteers. Slovak Centre - Ireland plays an important role in supporting the Slovak community in Ireland.
Helps its members develop friendships and integrate within the local community, overcome barriers that may be caused through language, cultural, or religious differences, and organises cultural and social events.
Togolese Community in Ireland works to bring all members of Togo origin in Ireland together and engage them in community work, charity and social inclusion in Ireland. The Togolese Community in Ireland also promote interculturalism between the Togolese community and other organisations in Ireland.
A cultural, social and charitable association of Swahili speaking people from the Eastern Congo (Dem. Rep. Congo) that live in Ireland.