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Wavelength – Gaisce President Award’s integration project

Wavelength,  a new nationwide integration project recently launched by Gaisce, Ireland’s President Award is inviting NGOs, charities, community groups, youth organisations or any service supporting the project age cohort working with 18-25 year olds who are seeking asylum, have refugee status or have been resettled into new communities around Ireland to take part in Wavelength .

Gaisce silver awardees Tracey Sefu Zinyama and Sameer Ali at the launch of Wavelength

This is an opportunity for young people aged 18-25 who are seeking asylum or have refugee status to achieve a Gaisce Award, and fees have been waived for participants.

Gaisce or ‘great achievement’ is a self-development programme for young people and has been in existence since 1985. Gaisce enhances confidence and wellbeing through participation in personal, physical, community and team challenges. It is a proven catalyst in the enhancement of positive, psychological attributes of hope, happiness, self-efficacy, self-esteem and well-being.

Wavelength is interested in engaging with new Gaisce Award Partners and support their new President Award Leaders [PALs] and their participants in relation to all aspects of the award programme. PAL Training dates are available here.

Click image to find out more about the Wavelength project, including benefits to the participants and supporting organisations.



Hannah Culkin – Project Manager for Wavelength.

Email: [email protected] Phone: 087 1002484

For more information on the Gaisce programme see


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