The Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partnership Company Limited was established in 1996. It is a company limited by guarantee without share capital.
The Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partnership will work towards making a real difference in the local community by tackling unemployment though the provision of specialised services, encouraging more people to participate in education at all levels and facilitate better engagement between the local community, service providers and decision makers.
The Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partnership will act as an advocate on behalf of the community of Dublin 10 and Chapelizod to enhance the social and economic development of the area and thereby increasing education, employment and life options for local people. We will identify, plan and co-ordinate actions which will tackle social exclusion and marginalisation. This is achieved through consultation with local community groups, statutory agencies, local employers, trade union representatives and the provision of specialised employment and adult guidance services. The Partnership will proof its operations and actions to ensure that they contribute to achieving equality for all the residents of Dublin 10 and Chapelizod. We will promote the mainstreaming and sustainability of our actions to ensure their continued operation beyond the life of the Partnership.
The Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partnership is guided by community development principles, as set out in the ‘Towards Standards for Quality Community Work’ articulated by the Community Workers Co-operative. These are underpinned by an equality and anti discrimination framework leading to our primary focus of reducing poverty, promoting collective action, social justice and increasing participation.
Joe Fitzgerald (vice Chairperson Company Secretary)
Cllr Vincent Jackson (Treasurer)
Cllr Greg Kelly
Cllr Daithí de Roiste
National Social Partners
Terry Hobdell (ISMA)
Dessie Robinson (Congress)
Margaret Condon (Chairperson)
Maureen Conway (City of Dublin Education and Training Board)
Goverence Code Information can go here
Restorative Practice Statement
That Dublin 10 will be a restorative Community where restorative practice is used to restore relationships, manage conflict and build community.