What is Public Participation Network (PPN)?

A new framework for public engagement and participation, called the Public Participation Network (PPN) is currently being developed within each local authority area. The PPN will be the main link through which the local authority connects with the community, social inclusion and environmental sectors without prejudice to other consultation processes. There are currently 250 members of Roscommon PPN

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408, 2020

Department of Justice – LGBTI community services funding call

Click  on the link  to read the recent announcement by Department of Justice regarding funding available to support LGBTI services.  Some groups recently applied to DRCD for Dormant Accounts Funding in respect of LGBTI organisations [...]

408, 2020

Funding for Artist in the Community Scheme Reinstated

Funding for Artist in the Community Scheme reinstated   The Arts Council and Create are delighted to announce a second round to the Artist in the Community Scheme 2020.   With additional funding from Government, [...]

408, 2020

COVID 19 Stability Fund

The COVID 19 Stability Fund is open to community and voluntary organisations, social enterprises and charitable organisations which are: -         Registered with the Charities Regulator in Ireland -         Are an unincorporated organisatione. are not set [...]

408, 2020

Joint Policing Committee Vacancies

Nomination Joint Policing Committee Roscommon Public Participation Network (PPN) have vacancies for one representative from each of the Municipal Districts (Athlone, Boyle, Roscommon) on the Joint Policing Committee. Additional information/nomination form attached.    The Public Participation Network [...]

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