Through its Social Inclusion Community Activation Programme (SICAP) Southside Partnership offers a variety of services to unemployed people living within Dún Laoghaire Rathdown.
For more information contact the
SICAP Employment Team in Southside Partnership DLR on 01 70 60 100
The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (known as SICAP) is the national local community development and social inclusion programme. It provides social inclusion supports to individuals and community organisations.
The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) 2018-2022 is funded by the Irish Government through the Department of Rural and Community Development and co-funded by the European Social Fund under the Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning (PEIL) 2014-2020
SICAP Services Include;
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For more information on SICAP please contact a member of the
SICAP Employment Team in Southside Partnership DLR
Ph: 70 60 100 or email email@example.com
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