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This is a gentle reminder of our online event tomorrow Literacy friendly in action – Cooking up courage

Two inspiring projects will share their experience of using literacy friendly approaches in community-based well-being and cookery courses.

Nourishing Literacy and Numeracy in a Digital Era
This project ran a six-week long cooking programme in seven locations across Donegal Pavee Peck
This project saw a group of Traveller women in Dublin come together to create a literacy friendly cookbook of traditional Traveller recipes and cures. 

You will get tips on how to make your groups and projects more welcoming to people who struggle with reading, writing and everyday maths.   Register now       Join us in June for the next webinar in this series.

Literacy friendly in action: Creating the space for confidence building

Date: Thursday 20 June
Time: 10 am to 11 am
Place: Zoom

Hear about two community-based projects that used literacy friendly approaches to build confidence and support people to enjoy benefits of learning as an adult. Keep It Lit This project supported three different groups in Ballyfermot and Cherry Orchard work with writers in residence to develop creative writing. Learner Support Service This project saw Simon Cork develop supports to make their service for people experiencing homelessness more literacy friendly.  Speakers Jessica Laird, Adult Education Programmes Officer, Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partnership
  Catherine Twomey, Community Education Facilitator, Dublin south Central, City of Dublin Education and Training Board
  Damhnait Hickey, Employment and Training Coordinator, Cork Simon   Register now  


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