• Support Africa History Month Ireland

  • "Let Meet Up4 Tea" This is a project initiative that comes in different phases

    Phase 1: Adcenter Cavan Parent & Toddler Forum

    The Adcenter Cavan Parent & Toddler Forum meets up every second week of the month, we meet 2nd Monday of the month from 10 am - 12 noon at the Bridge Street Center moderated by Susuana with the support of the Local African Caribbean Migrant communities living in the town. (Now Online)

     

    The forum provide a platform to support the ethnic minority of African Caribbean communities in parenting with much respect and regards for our own cultural believe. This the very first of is kind here in Ireland initiated by Susuana that focus on the African Caribbean cultural background of parenting and support for our community. It create a platform where we can be our-self, share our believe, be culturally parenting without any form of prejudice, cut-out any form of weakness, give room for father's to be part of the forum and a space for mother's to be mother's. we also accommodate grand parents to meet, relax and have fun.

    This is Laren Oruru one of the new faces that join us and brings the joy of parenting so really. Do you want to join the forum? call into Bridge Centre Cavan every second Monday of the month from 10 am and come along with €2 contribution or inbox us with your details.

    You can follow up or updated info at adcenter25@yahoo.ie

     

    Look at the smiling face that say am happy to be here

    The Afro fashion Show Ireland@ Global Village Event

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    Corporate Sponsorship Needed

    The Adcenter is looking forward to its annual conference which brings together the leader of Africans & Caribbean and create a platform to share from across the global power change to Africa continent and people here in Ireland in November 2019. We are pleased to offer the chance for corporate sponsorship of the Annual Conference, which gives potential sponsors a range of options, prices and media platform and their contribution to the minority group.The event sponsorship aims to boost your visibility by providing a range of benefits depending on which level of sponsorship you choose and how you proposed to work with us.

    We are also looking to have sponsorship for our "Annual Africa Caribbean Migrant Diaspora Women Summit" in September

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    Community Development Expert Consultant

    Upcoming Event: Africa Day Festival 2021

    Monaghan is joining other counties around the nation in the celebration of "Monaghan Africa Day Festival 2021" Starting Virtual on the 22nd -25th. Are you an #AfricanIrish? Register

     

    Africa Day Participation Form

     

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    Africa Caribbean Forum (Advocacy)
    • Contact name: Susuana Olatunji Komolafe

    The Africa Caribbean Forum, founded in December 2007, is a group that is dedicated to the support and empowerment of African and Caribbean people living in Ireland. The group was formed when two individuals, one resident from the Caribbean and another from Africa, met to talk about the situation in their respective communities here in Ireland. It was in that conversation that the idea of Africa-Caribbean Forum was born. Both people in that conversation were aware of situations where people coming from the Africa and the Caribbean went through unnecessary hardships before getting settled. Thus, the Africa Caribbean Forum was started.

    The aims of the group are:

    • to act as a point of reference for migrants and local businesses, institutions and other community organisations about the needs of African and Caribbean people. 
    • to be the voice representing the interests of the African and Caribbean Migrants living in Ireland and, where necessary to provide them with representation, mediation and advocacy.
    • to provide information, advice and guidance to migrants and prospective migrants and to act as a resource in Ireland for information on the cultures and values of the African and Caribbean countries.
    • to facilitate a good and productive relationship between the African and Caribbean communities on one hand and with embassies, government agencies and the broader Irish community, on the other.
    • to give visibility to the African and Caribbean communities and be a conduit for approaches and initiatives of development among African and Caribbean migrants.
    • to facilitate the integration of African and Caribbean residents into Irish society and generate respect for the communities, their cultures and their values.
    • to function as a support base for residents experiencing difficulties, whether in business, community or family projects and act as a bridge and liaison for effective communication and mediation.
    • to source and/or provide training, when needed, in the areas of diversity, intercultural and anti-racism awareness. 

    The Africa Caribbean Forum has been a member of New Communities Partnership since January 2011.

    The Africa Caribbean Forum now merge with Afro in Diaspora Center presently.

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