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Chester Beatty Library

With free admission and described by the Lonely Planet as not just the best museum in Dublin, but one of the best in Europe, the Chester Beatty Library is a must-see on any Dublin visitor’s itinerary.  As the only museum in Ireland to win ‘European Museum of the Year’ and rated consistently in the top 5 of […]

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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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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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Follow the Camino.com

Follow the Camino organises (easy to challenging) walking and cycling holidays for adventure seekers in Europe. We offer a great range of manageable walks and cycles for all age groups, in particular on the famous Camino de Santiago (or Way of St James). We were the first ever tour operator to operate the Camino de […]

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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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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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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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Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. Co. Dublin.

Explore 800 Years of History with our FREE Education Programme Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the oldest buildings still in use in Ireland today. Built by the Anglo-Normans in the 13th century it is a superb example of medieval Gothic architecture. It has experienced and survived wars, revolutions and a reformation. Visiting school groups […]

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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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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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Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA)

The Irish Wheelchair Association provides information and services to people with a physical disability. The IWA runs youth activities for young people and also provide schools with information regarding how to include young people with a disability in both classroom and physical activity settings. The Association runs ‘Disability Awareness’ workshops for teachers and also for […]

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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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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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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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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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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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Legal-Island – Child Protection Training.

Children come into contact with teachers more often than any other profession. That’s why high quality child protection training in schools is essential to ensure the safe development of our children. It also makes sense from a legal point of view helping close down a school’s liability in the event of a child safeguarding matter […]

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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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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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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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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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