Ethnic Minority Hub (EMH) is a space for for Africans living in Ireland welcomed friends to come together and highlight our hopes to integrate with a united front as leverage to be fully included and valued in Irish society whilst working to empower each other to improve our confidence and actively participate in Irish society.
A dream come true and a wonderful day as Ethnic Youth Ireland basketball team - EYIB was officially launched with the club's official Jersey! We are so proud of the youths for working so hard and showing their great talents,
EMH youths had great fun this week doing some creative activities on an outing day.It’s part of our efforts to promote social and economic inclusion ,and to empower young people, especially those from minority backgrounds with entrepreneurship skills and interpersonal
The fourth session of EMH mental health Workshop was completed successfully on saturday, with great learning from a mental health professional @Esther Abbah from BTI. Who delivered brilliantly on the topic of "Burn Out" This MH awareness programme and workshops
EMH women are celebrating International women's day on the 8th of March and we want to use that opportunity to acknowledge all the women in the Irish society that are playing important roles in all aspects of life, and many
The purpose of this group is to build relationships with others, improve confidence and support individuals in vulnerable positions. EMH provides suitable platform for members to share their stories and to identify the collective concerns people face. It is a
There is the need to address the specific vulnerability and demeanor of Africans living in the Irish community. Martin Luther King Jr was right when he said 'Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive
Our aims /objectives and also our long-term goals is to get involved in policy making as it effects African parents and youths. We aim to improve our relationship with the Irish communities, so that adults and children can freely get