25 September 2019
Northside Partnership ‘Advantaged Thinking’ Strategy
Team Glantus attended the launch of the Northside Partnership’s 2019-2023 Strategy.
Glantus have been working with the Northside Partnership since 2017 and during that time, we have delivered workshops that help their members prepare for going back to work as well as providing opportunities for employment.
Established in 1991, Northside Partnership has been providing education, training and other supports across northeast Dublin. Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton launched the Northside Partnership’s Strategy Statement that will direct and guide the Partnership for the next five years, putting Advantaged Thinking at the heart of everything it does.
Minister Richard Bruton TD said;
Northside Partnership has always put people first and for over 25 years has empowered communities in the area in different and creative ways. Their new strategy captures what has been learnt over that time as well as new thinking and seeks to embed them in all aspects of their future work. This will ensure pathways of progress for anyone who participates in their many and varied services.
*Photo: Glantus Chief Data Officer Joe Keating (next to Jackie Rynn, jobs club co-ordinator), along with members of the Northside Partnership association and Séan Haughey (TD, far right)