Nasc: Our Lives Our Futures – 28 April

Nasc’s project 'Our Lives Our Futures' wants to raise awareness of the barriers for young people who can't access education because of their immigration status. 

Join them for a series of short webinars where you’ll have the opportunity to talk with young activists in Ireland, learn how to run a campaign as well as work with professional filmmakers on your digital media and film-making skills all culminating in a series of campaigning videos to be released mid-2021. 

Sign up for the next webinar: 'Conversations on Activism - Finding your Voice' on the 28th April 2021 at 4pm.

Nasc is delighted to be joined by two fantastic guests, Mamobo Orogo of Gorm Media and Councillor Uruemu Adejinmi who will speak about their experiences. 

Speaker Bios

Mamobo Ogoro is a social psychology PhD candidate and social entrepreneur. Fueled by both her personal experience as an Afro-Irish person growing up in Ireland and her previous work on prejudice, racism and dual cultural identity, Mamobo’s research highlights the media and social representations of multicultural people in Ireland. As the founder Gorm Media, an online digital platform that curates common ground, Mamobo is on a mission to unify different cultural communities through curiosity, conversations that matter and creative pursuits.  

Uruemu Adejinmi is a Councillor on Longford County Council and Deputy Chairperson of Longford Municipal District. Cllr. Adejinmi is married with three children, holds a Bachelors’ in Mathematics, an MBA, a Postgrad in Risk and Financial Analysis and is a certified Personal Insolvency Practitioner (PIP). Cllr. Adejinmi is involved in many community groups including St. Mels Cathedral Longford, St. Christopher’s Disability Services and is the founder of the Longford African Network which was set up to support the cohesion and integration of Africans in the Longford Community.

Cllr. Adejinmi is a member of the Forum on a Family Friendly and Inclusive Parliament commissioned by the Ceann Comhairle of Dáil Éireann.

Click here to register or to get more information contact or 089 446 8431.

For more information on the Connect Project see here

The Our Lives Our Futures project is funded with the support of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission (IHREC) Human Rights and Equality Grant, 2020. 



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