SWAN Ireland wants to build alliances with all social workers, social care workers, students, academics, family members, service users, welfare claimants, activists, trade unionists, advocacy workers and care workers, in order to fight for a just society that values people and solidarity at it’s core.
Frequently Asked Question’s
Where is the conference taking place?
Focus Ireland Training Centre, George’s Hill Apartments,
The corner of Halston Street and Little Britain Street,
(10 minute walk from O’Connell Street)
(This venue is wheelchair accessible)
When is the conference taking place?
Friday, 1 November 2013 from 10:30 to 17:00
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is very limited on street pay and display parking near the event. Public transport and walking are the best options to get to the venue.
WALKING: From the Spire on O’ Connell street walk down Henry street (one of the main shopping streets in Dublin). Henry street turns into Mary street. Continue on to Mary Street. At the end of Mary street turn right on to Capel street. Walk for approximately three minutes and turn left on to Little Britain Street. Walk straight (about two minutes) until you reach a small square with a park on your right hand side. On the left corner of the square is George’s Hill Apartments. Walk into the apartment complex and you will see a church on your left hand side. The conference is in this building.
If you are taking a regional train into Dubln, Connolly station is a five minute walk from O’Connell street (walk down Talbot street and you will arrive straight at the Spire)
If you arrive to Dublin at Heuston train station, take the red line Luas to the Middle Abbey street stop and walk three minutes to the Spire.
For train timetables check: www.iarnrodeireann.ie
For bus timetable check: www.buseireann.ie
For local bus timetables check: www.dublinbus.ie
To register for the conference please go to: http://swanireland.eventbrite.ie/ and register online. Please print your ticket and bring it with you on the day of the conference. PAYMENT TO BE MADE ON THE DAY.
Ticket prices are as follows:
€5 – Unwaged/Student/Service User/Carer.
€10 – Waged/Academic.
€15 – Solidarity Price. Will go towards funding those who cannot afford a ticket.
If you would like to attend the conference but cannot afford a ticket please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate you. As this conference is meant to be inclusive and is about building alliances between those working in social services and those using public services, we do not want people being excluded for financial reasons.
I have a question that is not covered in the FAQ’s
If you have a query about the conference that is not answered here please feel free to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 00353-86-8454011.
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