Sustainable Cork Programme with Dr. Naomi Masheti, Cork Migrant Centre
The Sustainable Cork Programme is designed to set a vision for a more sustainable and resilient Cork, empowered by a thriving business community. We will be running a series of webinars over the coming months which will focus on the three pillars of Sustainable Development: Economic, Social/Community & Environment.
Our first webinar will feature Dr. Naomi Masheti, Programme Coordinator of the Cork Migrant Centre at Nano Nagle Place who will discuss the Black Lives Matter movement and the pathway for government and business in creating an inclusive and sustainable city region.
Dr Naomi Masheti is a Psychologist and Program Coordinator at Cork Migrant Centre, Nano Nagle Place. She is a three-time graduate of UCC; she graduated with a BA in Applied Psychology in 2007, an MA in Forensic Psychology in 2008, and a PhD specialising in the Psychosocial Wellbeing of Sub-Saharan African Migrant Children in 2015.
The Sustainable Cork Programme Webinar Series is in association with Gas Networks Ireland.
Gas Networks Ireland operates one of the most modern and safe gas networks in the world and ensures that 700,000 homes and businesses receive a safe, efficient and secure supply of natural gas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Ervia is a commercial semi-state multi-utility company with responsibility for the delivery of gas and water infrastructure and services in Ireland.