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The Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice was established in 1996

  to work for social and economic change - tackling poverty and exclusion.

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Whats Current?

Registration

If you are Not Registered you cannot VOTE!

If you don’t VOTE your VOICE  won’t be HEARD!

Information on Registration

Local Authorities contact details phone numbers email addresses etc

 

To find out if you are registered to vote:-

Click on the following link  www.checktheregister.ie   

Key in your Province and your County/City Council

If you are not registered the relevant forms are available on  www.checktheregister.ie
 
The above information and application forms are also available in the section  REGISTER!  on this website

Active Citizenship Voter/Education Workshops 2014

The Active Citizenship/Voter Education Programme will commence in September 2014
Contact us by email with a brief outline of  your query/request  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   or by phone 018780425

 

Local and EU Elections Results  - Only 51.60% Voter Turnout

In the 2014 Local  and EU Elections voter turnout dropped by 6% from the 2009 Elections.

Below is information on the voter turnouts and lists of Elected County Councillors and MEPs

Voter Turnout 1999 to 2014


 

pdfVoting Trends in EU Elections 1979-2014

pdfList of Elected County Councillors June 2014

pdfList of Elected MEPs June 2014

More information on Local Elections

More information on EU Elections

 


Active Citizenship Voter/Education Workshops 2014

The Active Citizenship/Voter Education Programme will commence in September 2014
Contact us by email with a brief outline of  your query/request  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
Information below:-
pdfFLYER New Communities Local_and_EU 2014  pdfFLYER Irish_Communities_Local_and_EU 2014

pdfPoster DONT be in the Dark Be Informed VOTE  pdfPoster BEWARE of the Pitfalls Be informed Vote 

pdfFLYER Information on ACP Programme   pdf FLYER Getting Democracy to Work  

For further information  on workshops please contact the Vincetian Partnership by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 01 8780425


Between Elections 

Approximately 70% of people living in Ireland voted in the 2011 General Election. Many people believe that by casting their vote they have met their obligation to participate in the democratic system.   Voting at elections time is not enough. If we seek a more just and inclusive society we need to continue to engage with our electoral representatives. This engagement is essential to ensure that promises are honoured and our representatives held accountable!

pdfACP Flyer Workshops Between and After Elections The_elections_are_over_pic_for_website400

5 ways to continue involvement in the democratic system of Ireland and the E.U.

The Elections are Over  - Now Make Sure  Politicians Do our Work - flyer

After the Elections - booklet

 How We Are Governed - booklet

 Your Community Your Role - booklet

 Working for Policy Change at the Local Level - booklet

Facts and Figures which continue to be important in the Post Election Period  collated by David Kutta, Clare Active Citizenship



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