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DCIF e-Bulletin: 9 November, 2020

The next DCIF Informal Meeting is scheduled for 18 November.

Upcoming Events and Updates
Churches of Sanctuary Webinar
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November 10, join an online session about how to welcome refugees in our 

sacred spaces and stand in solidarity with them in our community. 

The Churches of Sanctuary's event page for this webinar and registration link is below!

Information and Registration
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If you wish to attend this online conference, please see the button below for registration and Zoom link!

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This introductory training is for individuals engaging with restorative practice for the first time, or for those looking to refresh their RP skills. This training takes place online, over five short sessions. See below for more information and dates!

Full Information and Schedule
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More Information
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Councillor Anthony Flynn contacted DCIF about the ICHH Response Team. Their mobile outreach support vehicles and staff will be available to provide assistance to those within the NEIC/Cabra/Glasnevin and surrounding districts. If you are aware of anyone who maybe cocooning, isolating, on the pandemic unemployment payment & may require additional supports such as a food parcels, medication collection or other supports, this can be organised by calling the number above Monday-Sunday from 

10-6pm and the teams can assist. The teams deal with referrals in confidence.

Annual Conference of
the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies
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This year, the annual conference of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies will be held online the first two days of December. Professor Leo Lefebure has shared a link to the announcement page and registration; please see the button below. 

Information and Registration
Max Arthur Macauliffe Commemoration Project

Anne Rizzol (Community Development DirectorateLimerick City and County Council) has shared exciting news. The Max Arthur Macauliffe Commemoration Ceremony has been shortlisted to the top six projects from across the country for a Chambers Ireland, Excellence in Local Government Award 2020 -thanks especially to the help and cooperation of the people of Templeglatine and the Sikh community in Ireland. The results will be announced online on November 26th.

DCIF Faith Leaders and Standing Against   Domestic Violence

As mentioned, Anna from the Offaly Domestic Violence Support Service aims to connect with faith leaders to bring more awareness and resources to ethnic minority communities in Ireland. She was kind enough to share some of the resources already created; please click the button below to look at the brochures and learn more and focus on moving forward with this project. Anna has also shared a link to an online seminar of speakers: 'No More Silence' for 22 October.

ODVSS Resources
Seminar Registration
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Ireland at Level 5

The Government has moved Ireland to Level 5 for the next six weeks. Please see the government's page below for specifics. The other button expands the government's framework graph for the other levels.

Level 5 : Government Page
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Latest updates from HSE 


Dublin City Interfaith Forum

c/o 13 Store Street, Dublin 1, D01 PT38

Telephone: +353 1 8942078 

Email: [email protected]


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