Our new 5 year Strategic Plan was launched on 5th November by Cllr. Jerry O’Dea, deputising on behalf of the Mayor of Limerick City and County, in City Hall, Merchant’s Quay.

Our new Strategic Plan outlines our overall aims and priorities for the next 5 years.   It aims to promote greater social and economic inclusion and equality in Limerick City so that all communities can benefit equally from the success of the city and region.  Focussing on 5 Thematic Pillars – Community Development, Employment and Enterprise, Education and Lifelong Learning, Child and Family Support, and Health, Wellbeing and Ageing Well, the Plan aims to improve the lives of people experiencing disadvantage.  Actions include the provision of capacity-building and governance supports to community groups; guidance support to individuals to access education, training and employment opportunities; promotion of lifelong learning; supports for early years service delivery; and delivery of  health and wellbeing programmes.

Across all pillars, we will work with our partners to develop and deliver innovative responses to social inclusion needs and it will seek to influence the development of policy which impacts on people’s lives.

The Chairperson of PAUL Partnership, Mr. Ger Crowley said “This Plan is ambitious, but by working in partnership with communities and state agencies, we can work towards a vision for Limerick as place where everyone, irrespective of their circumstances, has the ability to participate in, and benefit from, the development of this great city.”

To download a copy of the Strategic Plan, click here: PAUL Partnership Strategic Plan 2018-2022

PAUL Partnership Limerick Strategic Plan 2018-2022 Launch
Pictured at the launch of the PAUL Partnership Limerick Strategic Plan 2018-2022 at Istabraq Hall, City Hall were, Jim Lynch, Divisional Manager Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Claire Flynn, Limerick Mental Health Association, Helen Fitzgerald, PAUL Partnership, Deputy Mayor Cllr. Jerry O’Dea, Anne Kavanagh, CEO PAUL Partnership and Ger Crowley, Chairman, PAUL Partnership. Picture: Alan Place