Its all about
a warm welcome
As an increasingly multicultural community, with people arriving from all over the world, KIN is collaborating with Dublin South City Partnership and other groups to welcome recently arrived people in orientating and grounding themselves, and setting about
their work and family life.
a dictionary definition
KIN (n): family; the web of social relationships that form an important part of the lives of all humans in society.
KIN’s commitment to facilitating programme initiatives and cultivating local leadership stands to bring a new dynamic to bear around active citizenship – and fostering a healthy, creative, and compassionate neighbourhood. Our aim is to facilitate the improvement of our area – as a place to live, work and play.
In recent times, given the range of local planning processes and development strategies, it is essential that KIN find an effective means of communication and engagement with as wide a community as possible. KIN wants to become more representative of our community and facilitate better engagement.
Looking forward, we are focused on stronger outcomes across a range of issues – from ecology and conservation, to education and recreation, to housing and transport, to heritage and culture and more.
The aim is to improve the quality of life for everyone here.
We post news and developments here that are of interest to our community.
Dublin City Neighbourhood Competition 2023
The Dublin City Neighbourhoods Competition is an annual competition for communities, schools & businesses in the city organised by DublinCity Council.
A Talk about Autism with Adam Harris- CEO of As I Am
This talk will take place at Dolphin House Community Centre on Tuesday 28th of March at 6.30pm. Tickets cost 5
Parent and baby/toddler group in Inchicore Library
Every Wednesday morning from 10am to 11.00am join us for storytelling, song and play. Contact Inchicore Library for more information or click
Knitting group every Thursday from 3pm-4.30pm, in Inchicore Library located in Richmond Barracks, Dublin 8. New members welcome. For more
The 20 Second Hug
The 20 second hug and more is a collection of short, easy reads for parents.
No To Racism, Celebrating our Differences
Family Resource Centre SME invite you to this Free event in Richmond Barracks on 30th March from 6.30pm-8.00pm.