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WorldWise Global Schools

WorldWise Global Schools (WWGS) is Ireland’s national programme for development education (DE) at post-primary level, and is funded by Irish Aid (Department of Foreign Affairs). WWGS has been in operation since 2012 and promotes the value of development education as an active, learner-centered response to global justice issues. By fostering key skills of critical thinking, […]

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Airfield Estate. Co. Dublin.

Airfield Estate is a 38 acre working farm in the heart of the Dublin suburbs just off the M50. As an educational charity our aim is to reconnect people with the land and the food it produces. Our farm and gardens supply fruit, vegetables, meat, milk and eggs to our onsite restaurant and bakery year […]

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The Rediscovery Centre

The Rediscovery Centre provides a variety of exciting and interactive workshops that are based on hands-on enquiry and experiential learning. All our workshops are linked to the second level school curriculum through a range of subjects including Science, Geography, CSPE, ESS and Art, Craft & Design. Our programme of Workshops for Second Level schools include […]

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The Hope Foundation

The Hope Foundation was established in 1999 to raise funds for the street and slum children of Kolkata, India, providing a care and support network to help break the cycle of poverty. Supporting over 60 projects, HOPE’s programme areas include: Child Protection Education Healthcare & Nutrition LifeSkills & Vocational Training Awareness & Capacity Building Emergency […]

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Show Racism the Red Card

Show Racism the Red Card was set up to tackle racism through education.  We do that through the provision of resources and programmes.  Our resources include our DVD education pack, online training course and related materials, which harness the profile of sports stars to convey an anti-racism education message with young people. Our programmes provide […]

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Special Olympics Leinster

Special Olympics changes lives. Special Olympics Ireland is first and foremost a sports organisation for people with an intellectual disability, but it provides athletes with far more than the physical benefits of sport. It’s about fun, friendships and team spirit; it’s about a feeling of belonging, and ultimately improving quality of life. Special Olympics changes […]

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Cork City Gaol

Cork is a city with a very rich historical and archaeological heritage – much of it still in evidence today. Part of this heritage, Cork City Gaol is located 2 km NW from Patrick’s Street and while the magnificent castle-like building is now a major and unique visitor attraction, this Gaol once housed 19th century prisoners! Visitors get a fascinating […]

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National Women’s Council of Ireland

The NWCI is the leading national women’s membership organisation, founded in 1973.  We represent and derive our mandate from our membership, which currently includes 180 groups and organisations from a diversity of backgrounds, sectors and locations across Ireland. NWCI’s work focuses on a number of key equality issues, including women’s economic independence, women in leadership and women in local government and development, women’s health, reproductive rights, violence against women & valuing care and care work.

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Metta-Morphics

Contemporary society places immense pressure on young people to fit in and conform to the standards enforced by social media and celebrity culture. It is essential that young people have the resilience to withstand the constant influence of peer pressure, images in the media, and the expectations of others, and develop well-rounded self-confidence and the […]

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Environmental Protection Agency

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is an independent Public Body established under the Environmental Protection Agency Act, 1992, as amended. The EPA vision is for a clean, healthy and well protected environment supporting a sustainable society and economy. It provides leadership in protecting our environment by identifying new and innovative practices that contribute to waste […]

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Concern Worldwide

Concern Worldwide offers free in school workshops on the following topics Hunger Climate Change Gender Poverty Development Sustainable Development Goals Campaigning Debating global issues We also offer students training in the following areas Campaigning Peer to peer How to present to a group Public speaking skills Using art work and drama to explore global development […]

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Youth – Connect (Irish Congress of Trade Unions)

Our programme YouthConnect is the youth education and engagement programme of the trade union movement in Ireland, developed by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions in close partnership with all three teaching unions (ASTI, INTO, TUI).  We provide a series of FREE workshops and materials (teaching resource) to students and their teachers at second-level on […]

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Christian Aid

At Christian Aid, we work globally for profound change that eradicates the causes of poverty, striving to achieve equality, dignity and freedom for all, regardless of faith or nationality. We are part of a wider movement for social justice and we provide urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of […]

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High Rock Productions

High Rock Productions was established in 2011 by brothers Sean and Niall McDonagh. We are dedicated to bring educational material to life using interactive, entertaining shows, workshops and presentations. We are writers and performers of comic theatre with a passion for education. This unique combination of talents means that we can deliver high educational value […]

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Oesophageal Cancer Fund

The Oesophageal Cancer Fund (OCF) is a registered charity governed by a board of trustees, which has grown to be the national voice representing oesophageal cancer in Ireland.   We do not receive any Government funding and rely on the generous support of our loyal volunteers and schools around the country. Our aim is to raise […]

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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. Co. Dublin.

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is a state-of-the-art interactive experience located in the beautiful vaults of the 200 year old Custom House Quarter (CHQ) building in Dublin’s docklands, the original departure point for so many of Ireland’s emigrants. It will inspire and guide you on a journey to discover the stories of Irish emigration around […]

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ECO-UNESCO

ECO-UNESCO is Ireland’s environmental youth organisation that works to conserve the environment and empower young people. ECO-UNESCO run a range of innovative environmental education programmes that raise awareness, understanding and knowledge of the environment, and empower and support young people to take action to protect and conserve the environment. ECO-UNESCO is affiliated to the World […]

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The Harmony Program

Endorsed by the HSE and delivered around Ireland since 2009 to Foróige, Youthreach, Post-Primary Schools, residential treatment centers (Aislinn & The Matt Talbot Services) and to inmates on the medical wing in Mountjoy Prison. The Harmony Program is an interactive, creative workshop based initiative that uses music, video and song lyrical analysis as a forum for understanding mental health & […]

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Global Action Plan Ireland

GAP’s team of scientists and expert facilitators lead environmental education workshops for schools going green. Workshops and programmes are delivered in schools, are tailored to each class group, and are designed to promote biodiversity, energy conservation, water saving, waste prevention and global citizenship. Strong links are made to the national curriculum, with specific, practical actions […]

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ISPCC

The Shield Programme was established by the ISPCC in 2012 to empower primary and post-primary schools to combat bullying through the use of Shield My School  “Self Evaluation Tool”.  The Tool consists of 10 statements which are based on international evidence in relation to the management of bullying and reflect evidence informed practice that has […]

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The Irish Family History Centre. Co. Dublin.

The GENEius Pathways programme is an interdisciplinary, cross-curricular module run as part of our Children’s, Youth and Community Programme The GENEius Project. Your class group will start off their family history journey in the Irish Family History Centre or at your school. We will support students as they research their own family history, and they […]

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Trócaire

Trócaire’s Development Education (DE) work engages children, young people and educators through a process of interaction, reflection and action. They are supported to make connections between their own lives and international social justice issues, and be empowered to make a positive difference in the world. Trócaire’s Development Education team provides: Educator support: offering training programmes […]

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ReCreate Ireland

ReCreate is an award winning social enterprise that takes unwanted and excess materials such as paper, cardboard, plastics and fabric from manufacturing companies and makes them available to its members for creative projects across Ireland. Our core goals are to foster creativity and promote social inclusion while making a positive impact on the environment by […]

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LawEd

Law Ed brings the world of law into our classrooms. Our mission is to educate and lay bare the misconception around our legal world. Over the past 8 years, LawEd has become one of Irelands premier providers of law workshops and tailored career advice (CareerEd). LawEd is currently in 81 schools across 12 counties based […]

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Team Hope

TEAM HOPE is an Irish, Christian development aid charity, working with children, and through them, into their families and communities mainly across Eastern Europe, former Soviet Union and Africa (Irish charity number CHY 14524). Best known for our Christmas Shoebox Appeal, we also help children all year round through a variety of community development projects, (many of these families […]

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Dementia Services Information and Development Centre

The Brain- from the Fantastic to the Forgetful is a dementia awareness resource for teachers and students developed by Dementia Services Information and Development Centre (DSIDC). Students will learn about topics including positive ageing, how the brain works, brain health, dementia and perceptions of dementia. Schools can play a very important role in helping to […]

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Personal Safety Ireland Ltd.

Personal Safety Ireland Make this TY the most amazing experience yet. Personal Safety Ireland Ltd. offer a 3 hour interactive programme in Personal Safety and Awareness developing your students life skills. Our educational programme adds to all aspects of TY learning, with an emphasis on them making the right decisions in life. The programme will […]

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Fota Wildlife Park. Co. Cork.

Fota Wildlife Park’s award winning education department offers a variety of modules to secondary school students! While the team-building option is a fun day out (with a focus on improving co-operation and communication skills amongst peers), there is an educational element to all of the activities on offer – ensuring that every student leaves with […]

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GOAL

GOAL provide active and participatory Development Education workshops to secondary schools across Ireland. Workshops for secondary schools are developed to engage students in global issues, help them to develop an understanding by linking local to global issues and support them to take action and become active global citizens. In 2017/18 GOAL is offering our popular […]

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Bully 4u

Established in 2008, Bully 4u is a national not for profit organisation with an excellent reputation for providing anti bullying services and solutions for primary and secondary schools in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Student workshops are extremely effective and produce the following results: Empowering the victims of bullying to seek assistance to end the cycle […]

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Barnardos Learning & Development Service

Barnardos offer a suite of evidence informed, interactive workshops for students, teachers and parents that deliver up to date information on how to keep safe online, prevent cyberbullying and pro-active responses we can all take to tackle this issue if it occurs. The workshops for students are highly participative, suited to class sized groups and […]

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Educate.ie

Educate.ie is an educational publishing imprint based in Castleisland, Co. Kerry. We provide a wide range of teacher digital resources on our dedicated site Educateplus.ie – including audio, video, teacher resource books, class plans, solutions, worksheets and more – all accessible to teachers who are using our titles. We aim to give teachers the books […]

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Aware

Aware is the national organization providing support, education and information to those impacted by depression, bipolar disorder and other mood related conditions. Aware also aims  to educate and empower people to look after their mental health through adult, school and workplace based education programmes. School Programmes include: Beat the Blues A free positive mental health […]

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1916 Rebellion Walking Tour. Co. Dublin.

Lorcan Collins, author of a number of books on revolutionary Irish history founded the 1916 Rebellion Walking Tour in 1996. Over the past two decades he has led thousands of walking tours that visit the sites of the Easter Rising, the War of Independence and the Civil War. “The 1916 walking tour is the only […]

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