Yearly Archive:2017

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Volunteer

Volunteer Role Profile

Volunteer role: Office Volunteer

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Next Steps for Marriage Equality

Following the disappointing High Court decisions on the cases brought by Chris and Henry Flannagan-Kane and Grainne Close & Shannon Sickles many of us will be asking what the next steps are for Marriage Equality in NI. Stephen Donnan from the Rainbow Project will be answering those questions and explaining a bit more about the Marriage Equality campaign at an event organised by WRDA. Read More

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Maternal Mental Health Week #Road2WellbeingNI

Maternal Mental Health Week #Road2WellbeingNI

Having a baby is a life changing event, and it’s natural for anyone to experience a range of emotions and reactions during and after pregnancy. But for some women this can start to have a big impact on their lives.

For many women in Northern Ireland, women’s centres are an essential source of support and advice. So leading local mental health and wellbeing charity Inspire is joining forces with the Women’s Resource and Development Agency (WRDA), to take information about maternal mental health and general wellbeing out into women’s centres across Northern Ireland.

On Tuesday 2nd May the two organisations were on a mission to deliver and setup ‘Inspiration Points’ stocked with leaflets on issues such as post-natal depression, anxiety and other mental health problems that can arise for mums throughout the women’s centre network.

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