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Women entrepreneurs developing real opportunities in Mayo

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A large number of people attended the GROW Business Enterprise seminar which took place recently in Castlebar Tennis Club. Budding entrepreneurs had the opportunity to hear more about the opportunities and supports that are available for people setting up their own businesses in Mayo.

Mayo Intercultural Action hit out at doubling of immigration fees

The introduction of a 100 per cent increase in the fees for the immigration certificate of registration for Non-EEA nationals, has been criticised by Mayo Intercultural Action (MIA).

Judge apologises for her ‘off the cuff comments’

Judge Mary Devins has apologised for the “off the cuff comments” which she made during a court case which was before a district court sitting in Castlebar last Friday. Judge Devins had suggested that social welfare is a charity for Polish people.

Judge apologises for her ‘off the cuff comments’

Judge Mary Devins has apologised for the “off the cuff comments” which she made during a court case which was before a district court sitting in Castlebar last Friday. Judge Devins had suggested that social welfare is a charity for Polish people.

Funds for two Mayo groups

The Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton, has approved funding of €30,000 for 12 community groups to support a public awareness initiative to promote October 17 as the UN International Day for the Eradication of Poverty.

MIA Growing Real Opportunities for Women (GROW)

Mayo Intercultural Action has secured further funding to continue its work supporting women to set up their own businesses. For the past two years, MIA has worked with women throughout Mayo providing support, training, mentoring and advice to women in the process of setting up their own enterprises. Following on the success of this, MIA has now been allocated EU funding to continue this invaluable work.

Funding secured for women in business programme

Mayo Intercultural Action has secured further funding to continue its GROW: Women In Business Programme. The GROW programme - Growing Real Opportunities for Women is an EU funded programme run by Mayo Intercultural Action, providing supports for women to set up their own businesses. Over the past two years, women from throughout Mayo have availed of training, mentoring, and advice to support them to develop successful enterprises. Following on the success of this innovative programme to date, MIA has been allocated a further €33,152 to continue the programme until November 2012 and recruitment will now begin for this new phase of GROW.

Burma information meeting in Castlebar

Mayo Intercultural Action is organising an information night on Burma on Wednesday May 9 at 8.30pm in the Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar.

Women in business seminar in Castlebar next week

GROW Women in Business Seminar will take place on Thursday March 29 in Castlebar Tennis Club starting at 7pm.

Well-being evening for migrant communities

Ballina Migrant Health Forum, Mayo Intercultural Action and Ballina Family Resource Centre are holding a well-being evening for migrant communities on March 13 in the Family Resources Centre, Ballina from 6pm to 9.30pm.

 

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