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PUBLIC SERVANTS PENSION RESTORATION TALKS -  MAY 2017

There are currently eighteen RSTA Branches throughout the country. While each branch is independent it is increasingly common for branches to communicate and share planned activities with neighbouring branches.

IMPORTANT: The information below is provided for the purpose of facilitating RSTA members in contacting RSTA Branch Officers in relation to RSTA business.  It must not be used for any other purpose.

Branch

Email

Athone

 info@rsta.ie

Clare

 rstaclarebranch@gmail.com

Cork

rstacorkbranch@gmail.cpm

Donegal

info@rsta.ie

Dublin

rstadublinbranch@gmail.com

Galway

rstagalwaybranch@gmail.com

Kerry

info@rsta.ie

Kildare

rstakildarebranch@gmail.com

Kilkenny

rstakilkennybranch@gmail.com

Limerick

info@rsta.ie

Mayo

rstamayobranch@gmail.com

Midland

rstamidlandbranch@gmail.com

North East

rstanortheastbranch@gmail.com

Sligo

 rstasligobranch@gmail.com

Tipperary

rstatipperarybranch@gmail.com

Waterford

 rstawaterford@gmail.com

Wexford

rstawexfordbranch@gmail.com

Wicklow

info@rsta.ie

URGENT  NOTICE  -  COVID 19 VIRUS

 The RSTA has postponed all national  meetings including the National Conference in Killarney

until further notice due to the Covid 19 pandemic.

Branch activities are also suspended/postponed in line with Government guidelines.  Meanwhile, some branches have organised online events - Mayo has arranged that their annual Mass for deceased members will be live streamed online - so it keep in touch with your local branch.

The September edition of the RSTA Newsletter is now availble in the News section of this website and the most recent report from the Alliance of Retired Public Servants is available under the Pensions section.

 

FREE ANTI-BULLYING CAMPAIGN TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS 

CAN YOU HELP? 

RSTA has received a request for volunteer translators from Sean Fallon,  RSTA  member and former RSTA National Secretary. Sean is the co-founder of the voluntary Anti-Bullying Campaign for schools.

The Anti-Bullying Campaign programme has been made available free of charge through the campaign website and has been implemented in primary and post-primary schools all over Ireland. The programme has also been offered "as Gaeilge" with translation of the resources provided by C.O.G.G. which is funded by the DES in order to give equal access to pupils in all-Irish schools.

Sean writes ". . .Because bullying is a universal problem in schools and because our programme works so well I am hoping  to make it available in other European languages beginning with French, German and Spanish . . . to do this I need to enlist volunteer translators who would translate even just a few pages from our programme. . . It occcurs to me that retired teachers of French, German, Spanish or other European languages may now have the time and the capability to translate a few pages from our website programme on a voluntary basis."

Can you help with this very worthwhile project? Take a look at the website at www.antibullyingcampaign.ie  to see the resources offered to schools free of charge.

If you would like to contribute to this very worthwhile programme by volunteering to translate some pages please contact Sean by email at: antibullyingcampaignforschools@gmail.com