The direct benefits which flow from purpose (i) include improved education and increased quality of life of participants as well as increasing participation of ethnic minority members of our communities in civic life. These benefits can be demonstrated by the levels of participation in all activities provided as well as the feedback received from
activities. The beneficiaries are directly the ethnic minority women living in Co Fermanagh and Northern Ireland; indirectly they include the families of these women who will benefit from improved education and increased quality of life. The direct benefits which flow from purpose (ii) include improved education around ethnic and cultural diversity to the wider community in Northern Ireland so that there is better understanding around ethnic and cultural diversity. The education of the wider Northern Irish community on this issue will permit a more tolerant and inclusive society. These benefits can be demonstrated by the number of activities that have been held, the feedback that has been provided and through the continuing requests for services to be provided. The improvement of community relations also demonstrates the benefits of advancing education in ethnic and cultural diversity. The beneficiaries are the wider Northern Ireland community that participate in activities we arrange. The direct benefits which flow from purpose (iii) include an improved, supported and integrated community that strives to ensure understanding, inclusiveness, participation, integration, fairness and well-being between all people within Co. Fermanagh and Northern Ireland. These benefits can be demonstrated by increased participation and integration and a better awareness of social cohesion. It will also be demonstrated by an improvement from the wider community in their recognition of ethnic minorities and their cultural identity so that a fair and integrated society endures. The beneficiaries are minority communities living in Northern Ireland. The direct benefits which flow from purpose (iv) include increased awareness of ethnic / cultural diversity issues that face individuals and communities in Northern Ireland, which will support programmes to further improve these issues and lead to a more inclusive society. These benefits can be demonstrated by the improved awareness of ethnic / cultural issues witnessed by the feedback provided by groups and individuals that have utilised our activities to develop awareness surrounding ethnic / cultural diversity issues within Northern Ireland. The beneficiaries are individuals and members of communities with Co Fermanagh and Northern Ireland who will gain a greater understanding and awareness of ethnic / cultural diversity issues and increased confidence to engage with and accept those from a different ethnic / cultural background. The direct benefits which flow from purpose (v) include improved social welfare of minority ethnic women in Co Fermanagh and Northern Ireland who have an opportunity to access recreational and leisure activities that will improve their health and well-being. This provides an opportunity for the wider family to learn about local pastimes and leisure activities and support community integration. These benefits can be demonstrated by improved social welfare and active participation in local recreational activities and pastimes. The beneficiaries are minority ethnic women and their families in Co Fermanagh and Northern Ireland....
What your organisation does
Women of the World (WoW) carry out the purpose of the organisation in a number of ways. We visit schools and community groups delivering workshops on citizenship, cultural diversity and anti-racism; we organise and participate in Family Fun days which involve stories from around the world, costume workshops, music and dance, food, arts and crafts
and other fun ways to engage all ages to learn about different cultures. Our motto is “Learning through Sharing”....
The charity’s classifications
- The advancement of education
- The advancement of citizenship or community development
- The advancement of human rights, conflict resolution or reconciliation or the promotion of religious or racial harmony or equality and diversity
- Other charitable purposes
Who the charity helps
- Community safety/crime prevention
- Ethnic minorities
- Voluntary and community sector
How the charity works
- Human rights/equality