Fingal Integration

Fingal Integration

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Fingal is amongst the most diverse and dynamically growing populations in Ireland, it is imperative that Fingal County Council is committed to social integration and enhancing the quality of life for all the residents as it continues to grow.
The goals are to support and provide resources to citizens who have experience barriers that lead to social exclusions and to promote an understanding of inclusion in Fingal and celebrate diversity across the county.

The appointed Integration Officers works with other Fingal County Council departments and the Fingal Public Participation Network (PPN) to implement the Fingal Migrant Integration and Social Cohesion Strategy Action Plan 2019-2024 and supporting the development of the Fingal Integration Forum.  

The ambition is to ensure we meet the needs of the diverse population and contribute to making Fingal a place where all who live, work and visit are valued.

Dublin Pride Workshops

Women Together for a Better World

Women Together for a Better World Workshops

The Integration Team are hosting four workshops with AkiDwa beginning on the 26th April for four weeks (Tuesdays) which are aimed at women and look to discuss the 17 sustainable goals developed by the UN and rolled out through Irish Aid. The workshops aim to give a voice to women on topics such as gender equality, human rights through these facilitated sessions.

Winter Pride

Fingal Winter Pride

Following the success of its inaugural Pride Festival earlier this year, Fingal County Council has announced that it will now be hosting a series of events over the winter months with the launch of Fingal Winter Pride.

Migrant Integration and Social Cohesion Strategy

The Fingal Migrant Integration and Social Cohesion Strategy Action Plan 2019-2024

Valerie integration officer

Fingal County Council Appoints New Integration Officer

Traveller Accommodation Programme

Traveller Inter Agency Group (TIG) Support

Our aim is to bring together a range of statutory agencies and Traveller Development Groups, to share knowledge of issues affecting the Travelling community in Fingal and to achieve better integration of the services delivered to them.