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50/50 Group

The 50/50 Group is a single issue national advocacy group dedicated to bringing about equal representation of women and women in Irish politics.
Their vision is Gender parity in Irish politics by the year 2020.

Abortion Rights Campaign

The Abortion Rights Campaign is an alliance of pro-choice groups and individuals in Ireland and Northern Ireland who believe that women’s lives matter, and women’s health matters.

Access 2000

Addresses specific needs of women in the home, dependants of Social Welfare & low incomes and enables women to develop the skills necessary for them to feel worthwhile in the workforce and their communities.

ActionAid Ireland

ActionAid Ireland is the Irish Affiliate of ActionAid International and was set up by a group of Irish people 30 years ago. ActionAid Ireland supports Women's Rights and Education programmes in Malawi, Uganda and Kenya in Africa and in Nepal, Vietnam and Cambodia in Asia.
  • Ivy Exchange
    172, Granby Place
    Parnell Square
    Dublin 1
  • T: 01 8787911
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Action for Choice

Action for Choice (previously Action on X) has is a feminist organisation and has campaigned vigorously for the introduction, as a minimal first step, of legislation on foot of the Supreme Court judgement in the Miss X case. Action for Choice is now continuing to fight for women's right to free, legal and safe abortion in this country, and to work in solidarity with women throughout the world to achieve full reproductive rights and maternity services for all women.
  • C/o 26 Elmwood Avenue
    Dublin 6
  • T: 0872055433
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AIMS Ireland

AIMS Ireland

AIMS Ireland - Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services in Ireland - is a consumer-led voluntary organisation that was formed in early 2007 by mothers dissatisfied with the maternity care system in Ireland.

  • 12 Rathborne Drive, Ashtown, Dublin 15
  • T: 087 754 3751
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AkiDwA (Akina Dada Wa Africa)

AkiDwA (Akina Dada Wa Africa)

The African & Migrant women's network in Ireland.

  • Unit 2 Killarney Court, Buckingham Street, Dublin 1
  • T: 01 8349851
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A Little Lifetime Foundation

Support group for parents who suffered stillbirths.

  • 18 Orion Business Campus
    Rosemount Business Park
    Ballycoolin, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15
  • T: 01 8829030
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An Cosán

Develops programmes for women who lack economic & educational resources.

  • Kiltalown Village Centre, Fortunestown Rd, Jobstown, Tallaght, Dublin 24
  • T: 01 462 84 88
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Aoibhneas Women’s Refuge

Refuge for women & children escaping violence in the home.

  • PO Box 5504, Coolock, Dublin 17
  • T: 01 867 08 05
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National association of organisations, groups and individuals involved in the promotion or advancement of adult education.

  • 2nd Floor, 83-87 Main St, Ranelagh, Dublin 6
  • T: 01 406 82 20/1
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Association of Childcare Professionals

Professional body for childcare professionals aiming to advocate for childcare workers in the development of the profession.

  • Suite 1, John Dunlop House
    Marina Commercial Park
    Centre Park Rd, Cork City
  • T: 021 43 57 500
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Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland

Union for secondary school teachers.

  • ASTI Thomas Mac Donagh House, Winetavern St, Dublin 8
  • T: 01 604 01 60
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Association of Teachers of Home Economics

Union of Teachers of Home Economics is a national organisation, which aims to provide a medium of expression for the collective opinions of members on matters affecting Home Economics and to promote Home Economics in education and society.

  • St Angela's College, Lough Gill, Co Sligo
  • T: 071 919 56 75
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Ballybane Beg Women’s Group

Provides educational programmes & social activities for the needs of women in Ballybane area.

  • 11 Beechwood Park, Ballybane Rd, Galway
  • T: 087 968 91 52

Ballymun Women’s Resource Centre Ltd

Empowers women to take control of their destiny.

  • The Sillogue Sandyhill Neighbourhood Centre, Marewood Court, Sillogue Rd, Ballymun, Dublin 11
  • T: 01 842 17 31
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Ballyphehane Togher CDP

Ballyphehane Togher Community Development Project provides a crucial focus and support for community development and change in the community, committed to equality and social justice
and gives a solid foundation to a wide variety of self-help and capacity building activities in Ballyphehane, Togher and in the Cork city. The group is managed by local people for local people, with a range and depth of relationships to statutory agencies, networks and community groups.
  • Community Resource Centre & Creche, Lower Friars Walk, Ballyphehane, Cork City
  • T: 021-4319085
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Belong To

eLonG To is the national organisation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGBT) young people, aged between 14 and 23. Our vision is a world where LGBT+ young people are equal, safe and valued in the diversity of their identities and experiences.

Bethany Survivors Group

Bethany Home, Dublin was a mother and baby Institution for unmarried mothers and their children. Survivors campaign for justice.


National voluntary organisation supporting people affected by eating disorders, their families & friends.

  • Central Office, PO Box 105, Blackrock, Co Dublin
  • T: 01 283 49 63
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BPW Ireland

BPW Ireland

Organisation for business & professional women working for high standards in business & professions.

Bray Women’s Refuge

Bray Women’s Refuge

Provides Crisis accommodation, support and informatin to women and children fleeing Domestic Violence and Abuse.


Works to tackle health inequalities among ethnic minority communities by improving ethnic minority access to health services and ethnic minority participation in health planning and delivery.

  • 19 Belvedere Place, Dublin 1
  • T: 01 855 21 11
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Carlow Women’s Network

Centre for Gender & Women’s Studies Trinity College Dublin

Activities include teaching, research, publications, public seminars & lectures.

  • 20 Westland Row, Trinity College, Dublin 2
  • T: 01 896 22 25
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Civil & Public Service Union CPSU

Union for clerical and administrative grades in the Civil Service, wider Public Sector and the Private Sector.

  • Adelaide House, 19-20 Adelaide Rd, Dublin 2
  • T: 01 676 53 94
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Clare Women’s Network

Clare Women’s Network

Seeks to ensure a safe society in which all women are valued, included and experience equality of opportunity at all levels of life-socially, politically and economically. Provides upport to women in County Clare through a variety of methods including the CWN website, social networking pages, one to one support for women and support to a variety of groups in the Clare area.

  • The Clare Women's Network, Clonroad Business Park, Ennis, Co Clare
  • T: 065 682 87 31
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Clondalkin Women’s Network

Provides information & support to women's groups in the Clondalkin area.

  • Unit 2, BLock B, Bawnogue Enterprise & Community Centre, Bawnogue Road, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
  • T: 01 467 07 48
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Coalition to Repeal the 8th

The Coalition to Repeal the Eighth Amendment formed in 2014 to provide a platform for a wide range of groups and organisations to come together in coalition to work for repeal of the eighth amendment to the Constitution.

Community Midwives Association

Association for Community Midwives in Ireland.

  • 43 Corran Riada, Monksland, Athlone, Co Roscommon
  • T: 090 649 62 96
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Community Work Ireland

The CWC seeks to support community work as a means of addressing poverty, social exclusion and inequality
  • Unit 6, Westside Community Development Resource Centre,
    Seamus Quirke Rd Galway
    Ph: 091-528325 087 – 2998619 087 - 9326467

  • T: 0879326467
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COPE Galway Waterside House Refuge

Provides temporary safe accommodation for women and their children who experience emotional, physical or sexual violence within an intimate relationship.

  • Courthouse Square, Woodquay, Galway City, Co Galway
  • T: 091 565 985
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Cork City Childcare Committee

Partnership which focuses on facilitating and integrating the provision of quality childcare services. Works with service providers, parents & children.


Cork FeminiST cOLLECTIVE Cork Feminist's Collective aim is to offer an inclusive feminist space that is accessible to people of all communities.

Cork Rape Crisis Centre

Cork Women’s Poetry Circle

Encourages women interested in writing, performing & publishing poetry in Cork.

  • Tigh File, 50 Popes Quay, Cork, Co Cork
  • T: 021 421 51 75
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Countess Markievicz School

Countess Markievicz School The Countess Markievicz School is a discussion forum on women in Ireland in honour of Ireland’s first female MP and Cabinet Minister. They run a number of events that address different topics relevant to women in Ireland each year. Founded in 2011 by a group of students in the School of Social Justice in University College Dublin, who were concerned about the declining numbers of women in public and political life in Ireland.

Cultúr Migrants Centre

Cultúr Migrants Centre is a community development organisation working with migrants in Co. Meath.
  • Unit UH3,
    Balmoral Business Park,
    Co. Meath
  • T: 046 9093120
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Derry Women’s Centre

Feminist community based education centre that offers a wide range of courses for women

  • Beibhinn House, 5 Guidhall Street, Derry BT 486BB
  • T: 0044 28 7126 76 76
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DigiWomen #DigiWomen enables connections through the understanding and use of technology. As a representative community within the digital sector in Ireland, #DigiWomen participates in the debate around women in technology at regional, national and international levels. We encourage women to take pride in their contributions to the growth, development and use of those technologies.

Dóchas for Women

Developing people towards wholeness

  • Teach na nDaoine Family Resource Centre, Oriel Way, Mullaghmatt, Monaghan
  • T: 047 71640
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Doctors for Choice

Doctors for Choice Doctors for Choice is an organisation that represents doctors in Ireland, who support a woman’s right to control her own reproductive health outcomes.

Domestic Violence Advocacy Service

A front line domestic violence service

  • 4 Chapel St, Sligo
  • T: 071 9141515
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Donegal Traveller Women’s Project

Community organisation dealing with Traveller women issues

  • Above McGinleys Garage, Pearse Road, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal
  • T: 074 912 92 81
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Donegal Women’s Network

Bring about change & raise awareness on economic, social & cultural issues affecting women in area

Doras Buí

Community resource centre for families headed by one parent in Northside Partnership area

  • Bunratty Dr, Coolock, Dublin 17
  • T: 01 848 48 11
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Dublin Adult Learning Centre

Centre used by both men & women who wish to improve their literacy skills

  • 3 Mountjoy Sq, Dublin 1
  • T: 01 874 32 51
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Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

Counselling & therapy service, providing support to victims of rape & child sexual abuse

  • 70 Lr Leeson St, Dublin 2
  • T: 01 661 49 11
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Dublin University Gender Equality Society

Dulin University Equality Society (D.U.G.E.S.) is a student society at Trinity College. We campaign on issues effecting women, primarily.

  • House 6, Trinity College, College Green, Dublin 2
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Dublin Wellwoman Centre

Women's health centre

Duhallow Women’s Forum

Duhallow Women’s Forum

Highlights issues relating to women, organising training programmes, seminars, etc

  • James O'Keeffe Institute, Newmarket, Co Cork
  • T: 029 606 33
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Early Childhood Ireland

Promote, improve & advance early childhood education

Electricity Supply Board Officers Association ESBOA

Union activities

  • 43 East James's Pl, Lr Baggot St, Dublin 2
  • T: 01 676 74 44/5
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Endangered Bodies

Endangered Bodies are committed to promoting positive body images, messages and campaigns.
  • C/O Deirdre Cowman
    All Hallows College
    Grace Park Road
    Dublin 9
  • T: 0857278457
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Europa Donna Ireland

Breast cancer advocacy organisation

European Anti Poverty Network (EAPN) Ireland

EAPN Ireland is a network of groups and individuals working against poverty and is the Irish national network of the European Anti Poverty Network. We aim to put the fight against poverty at the top of the EU, national and local agenda.
  • 100 North King Street,
    Dublin 7
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Excelling Women’s Network

Excelling Women's Network emerged to respond to the ever increasing needs and issues around migrant women that lives in Ireland. Striving to build an inclusive society
that is geared towards bringing the gaps of gender and societal inequalities as well as giving migrant women a voice.

  • Shannon, Co Clare
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Exchange House

Exchange House Ireland provides Traveller specific, professional, front-line services in Ireland. This is a “best practice” model. We are the largest Traveller specific service provider in the country.
Our organisation has four main services:
• Family Support and Crisis Intervention Service
• Children and Young Peoples’ Service
• Education and Training Service
• The National Traveller Mental Health Service

Féileacáin (Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Association of Ireland

Féileacáin (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association of Ireland) is a newly formed, not for profit organisation ( CHY – 19635) that aims to offer support to anyone affected by the death of a baby during pregnancy or shortly after. The organisation was formed by a group of bereaved parents who supported each other after the death of their own babies and have now come together to formally offer support to other parents and families who find themselves in a similar situation.

Fine Gael Women’s Group

Promote women to join the party

  • 51 Upper Mount Street Dublin 2
  • T: 01 6198424
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Fingal Centre

Helping the unemployed & their dependents in Finglas area

  • 5 Cardiffsbridge Rd, Finglas, Dublin 11
  • T: 01 884 52 28
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Foyle Women’s Aid

Foyle Women's Aid works with women and children who have suffered, are at risk of suffering or are exposed to mental, physical or sexual abuse by providing residential accommodtion and the relief of distress and suffering.

Galway Traveller Movement Ltd

Community development groups comprising settled people & travellers

  • 61 Main St, Loughrea, Co Galway
  • T: 091 880 916
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Global Women’s Studies Programme

The Global Women's Studies Programme builds on a long-established tradition of Women's Studies at NUIG.

Green Party Women’s Group

Developing a women's equality policy for the party

  • 6 The Fairways, Old Schoolhouse Rd, Monaleen, Castletroy, Co Limerick
  • T: 01 679 00 12
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  • Herstory is a new cultural movement created to tell the stories of extraordinary but forgotten Irish women. Herstory incorporates the worlds of music, comedy, theatre, fashion, dance, photography, poetry, fine art, film and more. Herstory will culminate in a programme of performances and exhibitions nationally in 2016 and 2017.

Hill Street Family Resource Centre

Family centred resource to families living in the north east inner-city Dublin area. Providing variety of services aimed to support families & community participation & development. Services include parent/carer & child playgroups and parent forum & women's groups and counselling.

  • Hill Street Playground
    Hill Street
    Dublin 1
  • T: 01 8746810
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Human Rights Sentinel

Sentinels work is based on fundamental principles of a fair Rule of Law, and the promotion of an equal, pluralist global society, where all people can enjoy mutual self determination, and non-discrimination. They work towards encouraging a world wherein these basic tenets of human rights are nurtured in a respectful and dignified system of inclusion.

Immigrant Council of Ireland

Immigrant Council of Ireland

An independent NGO which seeks to address some of the emerging needs of immigrants in Ireland

  • 2 St Andrew Street,
    Dublin 2,

  • T: Information Service (01) 674 0200
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Immigrant Parent and Guardians Support Association

Immigrant Parent and Guardians Support Association IPGSA support immigrants parents & guardians in accessing information regarding the Irish Educational System, thus empowering them to play an active role in their children's schooling and ensuring that there is equity in the provision of their children's needs within classrooms and schools.


Union activities

  • Nerney's Court, Dublin 1
  • T: 01 817 15 00
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INAR - Irish Network Against Racism

INAR - Irish Network Against Racism INAR is a network of anti racist groups in the community and nongovernmental sector in Ireland

Inchicore Family Resource Centre

Women's community development project working to address multi-dimensional issues

  • 118 St Michaels Est, Inchicore, Dublin 8
  • T: 01 453 39 38
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Inishowen Women’s Information Network

Offers support to women's groups from Inishowen

  • 18 Milbrea Heights, Carndonagh, Lifford, Co Donegal
  • T: 074 9329494
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Institute of Biodynamic Medicine, Ltd.

The Institute of Biodynamic Medicine, Ltd. offers the full range of biodynamic psychology and psychotherapy methods and the related treatments developed by clinical psychologist, Gerda Boyesen (1922-2005).

Institute of Community Health Nursing

Established in 1985 as a professional group for nurses working in public health nursing service

  • Milltown Park, Sandford Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6.
  • T: 01 2200200
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International Women for Change (IWC)

IWC is a joint initiative between Irish and immigrant women living in Dublin.

IPA Institute of Public Administration

The Institute of Public Administration is Ireland’s only public service development agency focused exclusively on public sector development via training and consultancy.

Irish Association for Infant Mental Health

Affiliated with the World Association for Infant Mental Health, I-AIMH is a non profit national voluntary organisation with charitable status. Established in 2009,we have approximately 85 members who are professionals from a range of disciplines, working with infants, toddlers and their families in primary/secondary care health and community services, to support the healthy social-emotional -psychological development of infants and young children in the context of their primary care-giving relationships.

Irish Cancer Society

National project of the Irish Cancer Society & the leading provider of breast cancer information & support.

  • 43-45 Northumberland Rd, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
  • T: 01 231 05 00
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Irish Countrywomen’s Association

Provides a wide range of social & recreational activities, education & training

  • 58 Merrion Rd, Dublin 4
  • T: 01 668 0002
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Irish Deaf Women’s Group

Gives deaf women the opportunity to explore & make decisions about issues which concern them

  • Irish Deaf Women's Group
    Deaf Village Ireland
    Ratoath Road
    Dublin 7
  • T: 01 860 1878 or SMS 086 171 9570
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Irish Family Planning Association

Irish Family Planning Association

The Irish Family Planning Association (IFPA) is Ireland's leading sexual health charity. Since 1969 the IFPA has been at the forefront of sexual and reproductive healthcare. Today we offer a comprehensive range of services which promote sexual health and support reproductive choice on a not-for-profit basis.

  • Irish Family Planning Association
    42a Pearse Street
    Dublin 2

  • T: 01 607 44 56
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Irish Farmers Association

Farming issues affecting women

  • Farm Family Committee, Irish Farm Ctr, Bluebell, Dublin 12
  • T: 01 450 02 66
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Irish Federation of University Teachers

Trade union & professional association

  • 11 Merrion Sq, Dublin 2
  • T: 01 661 09 10
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Irish Federation of University Women

Past university students

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Irish Feminist Network

Raises awareness about feminist issues in Ireland

Irish Girl Guides

Enables girls from all backgrounds to gow in self-confidence & develop skills

Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed INOU

Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed INOU The INOU is a federation of unemployed people, unemployed centres, unemployed groups, community organisations and Trade Unions. The INOU represents and defends the rights and interests of those who want decent employment and cannot obtain it. We promote and campaign for policies to achieve full employment for all and an acceptable standard of living for unemployed people and their dependents.
  • Araby House, 8 North Richmond Street, Dublin 1
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Irish National Teachers Organisation

Union activities

  • 35 Parnell Sq, Dublin 1
  • T: 01 804 77 00
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Irish Nurses & Midwives Organisation

Union activities

  • Whitworth Blds, Nth Brunswick St, Morning Star Ave, Dublin 7
  • T: 01 664 06 00
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Irish Osteoporosis Society

Irish Osteoporosis Society IOS is dedicated to reducing the incidence of Osteoporosis, a preventable bone disease in most cases, and promoting bone health. The IOS provides information to the public and health professionals on all aspects of the disease and offers support to people with Osteoporosis and everyone at risk from the disease.

Irish Penal Reform Trust

Established in 1994, the Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT) is Ireland's leading non-governmental organisation campaigning for rights in the penal system and the progressive reform of Irish penal policy. All of our work is underscored by our commitment to combating social injustice.

Irish Traveller Movement

The Irish Traveller Movement (ITM) is a national network of organisations and individuals working within the Traveller community. ITM was established in 1990 and now has over eighty Traveller organisations from all parts of Ireland in its membership. The Irish Traveller Movement consists of a partnership between Travellers and settled people committed to seeking full equality for Travellers in Irish society.
  • 4/5 Eustace Street
    Dublin 2
  • T: Tel: +353 1 679 65 77
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Irish Women Lawyers Association

Irish Women Lawyers Association

The Irish Women Lawyers Association (IWLA) aims to provide a professional and social network for women lawyers. The IWLA's three different categories of membership comprise judges, barristers, solicitors, academic lawyers, trainee lawyers in both the barrister and solicitor professions, law students and those interested in the work of the Association.

  • 145/151 Church St, Dublin 7
  • T: 01 672 48 02
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I Smile

i-Smile International (Ireland) is a registered non-profit organisation set up to reduce isolation, improve confidence and increase participation of migrant women in mainstream Irish society, enabling them enjoy the social, financial and legal inclusion they need to smile to a positive future.

Justice for Magdalene’s

Justice for Magdalene’s

Justice for Magdalenes seeks to promote and represent the interests of the Magdalene Women, to respectfully promote equality and seek justice for the women formerly incarcerated in Magdalene Laundries and to seek the establishment and improvements of support as well as advisory and re-integration services provided for survivors.

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Kerry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre

Kerry Rape & Sexual Abuse Centre

Counselling service for survivors of sexual violence

  • 5, Greenview Terrace, Princes Quay, Tralee, Co. Kerry
  • T: 066 712 31 22
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Kilbarrack Community Development Project

Involved in anti-poverty work, women's health work

  • St Benedict's Resource Centre, Swans Nest Rd, Kilbarrack, Dublin 5
  • T: 01 848 36 19
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Kilkenny Rape & Sexual Abuse Counselling Centre

Provides counselling & therapy service for those who have been sexually abused or raped

  • 1 Golf View Tce, Granger's Rd Lr, Kilkenny
  • T: 056 775 15 55
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Labour Women

Promote women in Labour Party

Leitrim Development Company

Women's Development Section) (Responsible for directing work/actions with women/groups within the Partnership's Strategic Plan

  • Church St, Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim
  • T: 071 964 17 70
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Liberia Solidarity Group

Liberia Solidarity Group (IRELAND) supports Liberian civil society efforts for justice on gender trade land and climate issues. The Liberia Solidarity Group (LSG) is dedicated to the creation of a mutual learning partnership between Ireland and Liberia which promotes justice, peace, equality and human rights through collective action and sustainable development. LSG are concerned to support those working in Liberia to achieve these goals through the development and implementation of education, enterprise and community development activities, including actions that promote or enhance the status of women.

Lifestart National Office

Educational & development support programme for parents of children aged birth to five years

Limerick Family Planning Clinic

Family planning & medical issues

Limerick Women’s Network

Network of women's gtroups representing women on low income or experiencing social exclusion

  • Unit 2, Sarsfield Gardens, Moyross, CoLimerick
  • T: 061 275 970
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Lesbian/bisexual resource centre

  • 11a White St, Cork
  • T: 021 480 86 00
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Longford Women’s Link

Longford Women’s Link

Provides a holistic integrated approach to identified problems of women in Longford.

Love & Care for People

Love and Care for People (LCP) is committed to raising community awareness on different forms of family abuse including but not limited to Forced Marriage, Early Childhood Marriage, Honour Based Violence, Disownment, Destructive Relationships and Reproductive Abuse.

MAM Mother Artist Makers

MAMs is 230 members nationally and internationally and growing. The group started by a simple cup of coffee and an opportunity to connect with other Mothers Artists Makers. They campaign on specific issues of isolation, marginalisation, and disproportionate economic impact experienced by women in the creative industries as a result of becoming mothers and the continued demands of being a primary carer. In a society where the work of caring for children is neither valued nor adequately supported, MAMs artists and theatre makers are committed to asserting our immense value to the creative industry, both in the work place and to society as a whole.


Mandate is the third largest trade union in the Republic of Ireland with a growing and increasingly active membership base across the Irish retail and bar trade.

  • O'Lehane Hse, 9 Cavendish Row, Dublin 1
  • T: 01 874 63 21
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Marie Keating Foundation

The Marie Keating Foundation proivides information, education and awareness on all of the key cancers. We provide a nationwide community service with 3 mobile units travelling around the country. Our nurses also provide workplace talks. The service is free and confidential.

  • Unit 9 Millbank Business Park, Lucan Co. Dublin
  • T: 16283726
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Mayo Rape Crisis Centre

A rape crisis centre

  • Newtown, Castlebar, Co Mayo
  • T: 094 902 56 57
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Methodist Women in Ireland

MWI links together all the women's groups within the Methodist Church in Ireland as well as supporting individuals where groups do not exist.

Midwives For Choice

Midwives for Choice is dedicated to advancing respectful maternity care as a universal human right due to every pregnant woman in Ireland.

Migrant Rights Centre Ireland

Migrant Rights Centre Ireland

National rights focused organisation working with migrant workers & families

  • 55 Parnell Sq West, Dublin 1
  • T: 01 889 75 70
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Mother’s Union

Christian Care for Families

Moving on Project Carlow

Women's Network who provide training courses for young mothers

  • St Catherine's Community Services, St Joseph's Rd, Co Carlow
  • T: 059 913 87 18
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National Childminding Association of Ireland

Promote high standards in family based day care for children

  • 9, Bulford Business Campus, Kilcoole, Co. Wicklow
  • T: 01 287 84 66
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National Collective of Community based Women’s Networks Ltd

National women's organisation who provides information and analysis on policy issues

    Unit B2, Block B,
    Bawnogue Action Enterprise Centre,
    Bawnogue Road,
    Dublin 22.
  • T: 01 414 78 72
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National Traveller Women’s Forum

The National Traveller Women's Forum is the nationaThe National Traveller Women's Forum (NTWF) is the national network of Traveller women and Traveller women's organisations from throughout Ireland.

The NTWF recognises the particular oppression of Traveller women in Irish society and are working to address this issue through the provision of opportunities to Traveller women to meet, share experiences, ideas and develop collective strategies and skills to work towards the enhancement of their position in society.l network of traveller women and traveller womens organisations from throughout Ireland.

Network Ireland

A progressive, dynamic organistion for women in business

Network Kildare

Umbrella support organisation for locally based voluntary education groups

Niger Delta Women Coalition Ireland

The Niger Delta is home to 31 million, one of the 10 most important wetland and coastal marine ecosystems in the world and holds some of the world's richest oil deposit yet Nigerians living there are poorer than ever. We aim to empower women of this region, eradicate every form of female discrimination and abuse, promote the diverse cultural heritage and reduce the mortality rate in our nation by promoting access to medicines

North Leitrim Women’s Centre

Provision of educational & employment opportunities for women in area

Nurture Post Natal Depression Support Services Limited

Nurture was established in January 2011 in Dublin. We offer support services to mothers, dads, partners and families battling with Post Natal Depression and other related illnesses. Nurture is a unique charity as there is no other charity working in this area in Ireland today. We offer: Affordable Counselling, Support Groups, Life Motivational Skills Courses, Education and Training.


  • Nurture Post Natal Depression Support Services Limited, "Bedrock", Sundrive Road, Rush, Co. Dublin
  • T: 18430930
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OSS Cork

Domestic violence information resource centre

  • 94 South Main St, Cork
  • T: 021 422 29 79
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Pavee Point

Action & development group for Travellers

  • 46 North Great Charles St, Dublin 1
  • T: 01 878 02 55
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Rape Crisis Network Ireland

Rape Crisis Network Ireland

National Network of rape crisis centres in Ireland.


  • 2nd Floor, The Halls, Quay Street, Galway
  • T: 091 563 676
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Roscommon Women’s Network

Relief of poverty & unemployment among women in general area

  • Unit 5, The Old Mill, Castlerea, Co Roscommon
  • T: 094 962 16 90
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Rowlagh Women’s Group Ltd

Adult education group providing an educational & social outlet for women

  • Aras Rualach, Neilstown Rd, Rowlagh, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
  • T: 01 623 05 74
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Ruhama Women’s Project

Ruhama Women’s Project

Offers a range of services to women in prositution including outreach on the streets

  • Senior House, All Hallows College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9
  • T: 01 836 02 92
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Running Amach

Social Networking club for LGBTQ women in Ireland. We organise social events/workshops for members.

Safe Ireland

Representative body of refuges & support services for women survivors of domestic violence

  • Unit 5, Centre Court, Blyry Business Park, Athlone, Westmeath
  • T: 090 647 90 78
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Saol Project

Saol Project

A training and education programme for women in recovery

  • 58 Amiens Street,
    Dublin 1
  • T: (01) 8553391/8553393
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School of Justice UCD

UCD School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice is an interdisciplinary research and teaching hub for policy, practice and equality.

School of Justice UCD

UCD School of Social Policy, Social Work and Social Justice is an interdisciplinary research and teaching hub for policy, practice and equality.

School of Social Justice

To incease knowledge of the historical and contemporary roles and experiences of women in all cultures.
  • Library Building Room L514, UCD Belfield, DUblin 4
  • T: 01 7167329
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Sexual Violence Centre Cork

Provides counselling to rape victims



Irish Postgraduate Gender & Women's Studies Network

Sibéal invites postgraduate students across Ireland and across disciplines to network and share ideas, giving a platform to those dedicated to feminist scholarship.

  • 70 Hampton Wood Green
    Dublin 11
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Sinn Féin Gender Equality Department

Internal party forum advising on policy & networking with activitists

  • 44 Parnell Square, Dublin 1
  • T: 01 872 6100
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SIPTU National Women’s Committee

Current NWC consists of 23 members elected on regional basis

  • Equality Unit, Liberty Hall, Dublin 1
  • T: 01 858 63 44
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Sonas Domestic Violence Charity Ltd

Provising transitional housing to women & children who are homeles due to violence

Soroptimist International

A women's service organisation

Southill Domestic Abuse Project - Limerick

Community based project supporting victims & survivors of demestic abuse

  • 266 Avonedle court, O'Malley Pk, Southill, Co Limerick
  • T: 061 313 025
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South West Kerry Women’s Assoication

  • Southwest Kerry Women’s Association
    O’Connell Centre,
    Carhan Road,
    Co. Kerry
  • T: 066 9473397
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SPARK Single Parents Acting for the Rights of our Kids

SPARK is a member-led organisation, concerned with advocating for, and securing ongoing human rights for the children of lone parents. SPARK is an organisation agitating for the rights of lone parents - of both sexes - and, therefore, those of their (our) children. The organisation is very much member-driven, and offers support in all areas of lone parenting. We provide information on, and conduct research among our members on issues such as social welfare payments, access to education (for ourselves and our children), and also on issues relating to access, guardianship, co-parenting etc.

Survive and Thrive

Breast Cancer Support and advocacy group particularly for women under 50 yrs

Survivors of Symphsiotomy

Survivors of Symphsiotomy SoS is an unfunded organisation independent of government, made up of survivors and their families. Demands for a proper inquiry into these pelvis-breaking operations have fallen in deaf ears. Our mission? Truth and justice.

Symantec Ltd

SWAN is a forum for personal and professional networking of women at Symantec ans is open to all employees who want to support and encourage women in their career aspirations, and further Symantec's reputation as a great place to work for women.

  • Ballycoolin Business Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15
  • T: 01 8617950
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Teachers Union of Ireland

Union activities

  • 73 Orwell Rd, Rathgar, Dublin 6
  • T: 01 492 25 88
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Teach Tearmainn Women’s Refuge Project

Aim to support women & children who are experiencing abuse in their relationships

  • 18 Middle Eyre St, Newbridge, Co Kildare
  • T: 045 449 524
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Tearmann Domestic Violence Service

A telephone/drop-in information support, outreach, advocacy & court accompaniment service

  • 1st Floor, 17 North Rd, Monaghan
  • T: 047 727 49
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TENI Transgender Equality Network Ireland

  • Transgender Equality Network Ireland
    Unit 2
    4 Ellis Quay
    Dublin 7

Termination For Medical Reasons TMFR

Termination For Medical Reasons TMFR TFMR campaigns for a change in Irish law to allow termination in the case of fatal foetal abnormality.

Tipperary Women’s Network

Creates awareness at local & national level of women's issues

  • Knockanrawley Resource Centre, Knockanrawley, Tipperary Town
  • T: 062 52688
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Tralee Women’s Resource Centre

Seeks to network with women & promote a positive image of women

  • Aras an Phobail,
    Croilar na Mistealach.
    Tralee, Co. Kerry
  • T: 066 712 06 22/719 0766
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Trinity Women’s Graduates Association

Affords members an opportunity to keep in touch with university & each other - Attracting and Engaging all the Generations.

UCC Women’s Studies

Staff & students involved in women's studies in UCC

UCD Women Graduates Assoc

Women graduates of UCD

  • 36 Laburnum Rd, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14
  • T: 01 269 60 45
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UNIFEM Women’s Committee

UN Development fund for women

  • 14 Gosworth Park, Sandycove, Co Dublin

  • T: 086 3352219
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Unite: The Women’s Committee

Unite: The Women’s Committee

The Women's Committee is an all island committee of Unite trade union working to promote women's equality in the workplace and in society.  Key campaigns have included  Unite Charter for Women, Equal Pay, Women's Health , Violence against Women, Trafficking.

Waterford Women’s Centre

Providing needs based drop-in information & training programmes with supports

  • 74 Manor St, Waterford
  • T: 051 351 918
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WEB Women’s Group Bray

WEB womens group is for women over the age of 45. They hold monthly get-togethers, supply various courses and guest speakers.
  • Little Bray
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West Clare Family Resource Centre

West Clare Family Resource Centre is a community based organisation which works in the west Clare area. We work with families and communities on issues of participation in education, employment and decision-making bodies.

WIN Women’s Integrated Network Athy

Information/drop-in-centre. Forum where all women in Athy & environs will work together and in unison with other relevant networks to achieve identified and agreed goals for the common good

WITS Women in Technology & Science

Provides support & information newtork for women working in science & technology


Women4Women grew out of a series of women's workshops faciliated by Southside Partnership, DLR in early 2011. We are a non-profit educational and networking group for women with different life experiences and from different cultures.

  • c/o Southside Partnership,
    Furry Hill Community Centre
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Women for Election

Women for Election

Women for Election is a non-partisan organisation whose vision is of an Ireland with balanced participation of women and men in political life. Our mission is to inspire and equip women to succeed in politics. Women for Election offers a tailored training and support programme to women seeking to enter public life; and provides and facilitates a cross-party network of political women, committed to equal representation of women and men in Irish politics. We are driven by our belief that enriching the diversity of voices in our politics will lead to more robust decisions, and help create a fairer, more inclusive and dynamic society, better equipped to tackle future challenges.

Women in Media & Entertainment

Women in Media & Entertainment

Celebrate & promote women's culture through freedom of information, speech & expression

  • 10 St Bridget's Place Lower,
  • T: 091 565430
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Women in Touch

Women in Touch is a peer led social support group made up of women of all ages and backgrounds. We meet on a weekly basis (Tuesdays) at our local Family Resource Centre. The group was established in April, 2009 and many of the original members are still part of the group. There are approximately 35 group members. The group engage in training and education, discussions and debates, outings, social activities and act as a social support group for one another. Members come from Granard, Abbeylara and Mullinalaghta and their environs.

Women in Touch

Women in Touch is a peer led social support group made up of women of all ages and backgrounds. We meet on a weekly basis (Tuesdays) at our local Family Resource Centre. The group was established in April, 2009 and many of the original members are still part of the group. There are approximately 35 group members. The group engage in training and education, discussions and debates, outings, social activities and act as a social support group for one another. Members come from Granard, Abbeylara and Mullinalaghta and their environs.

Women on Air

Women on Air

Women on Air is an informal seminar series and networking group that gives women the skills and confidence to go on radio and TV. Our seminars feature many of the biggest names in broadcasting from presenters such as Miriam O'Callaghan, Mary Wilson and Orla Barry to producers such as Marian Richardson, Alice O'Sullivan and Brendan Howard. Networking after the events gives female area experts the chance to mingle informally with producers and researchers who may be looking for new voices for their programmes. We are planning our first annual Women in Media conference in late 2013.

Women on Air strongly believes that a greater diversity of voices and opinions on the airwaves will lead to a healthier democracy and show girls and women that they are also entitled to have a public voice in Irish society.

Women’s Aid

Women’s Aid Women's Aid has been working in Ireland to stop domestic violence against women Women’s Aid is the national organisation supporting women experiencing domestic violence in Ireland since 1974. We work to make women and children safe, offer support, provide hope and act for justice and social change. The Women’s Aid National Freephone Helpline 1800 341 900 operates from 10am to 10pm, 7 days a week. This will extend to a 24/7 service from January 2016. We also offer a one-to-one support service, court accompaniment and coordinate the Dolphin House Domestic Violence Support & Referral Service.
  • Women's Aid 5 Wilton Place Dublin 2
  • T: 01 678 8858
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Women’s Aid Dundalk

Seeks to work towards the elimination of violence against women & their children in their homes

  • PO Box 60, Dundalk, Co Louth
  • T: 042 933 32 45
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Women’s Community Projects (Mullingar) Assoc

Facilitates the empowerment of women through education, training & enterprise

  • Parish Community Centre, Bishopsgate St, Mullingar, Co Westmeath
  • T: 044 443 01
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Women’s Health Project

Support the needs of women involved in prostitution with health service

  • Baggot St Clinic, 19 Haddington Rd, Dublin 4
  • T: 01 660 22 27
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Women’s Museum of Ireland

Women’s Museum of Ireland Founded in November 2012, The Women’s Museum of Ireland is an exciting initiative that aims to promote the formal recognition of the role of women in Irish history, as well as the role of Irish women abroad. Encompassing the rural and urban, the political and domestic, the Women’s Museum of Ireland brings together research on all aspects of women’s history and generates public discussion on the impact and achievements of the women of Ireland. In doing so the museum hopes to encourage the continuation of these successes in future generations of women worldwide.

Women’s Resource & Development Agency

A membership based organisation comprising women's groups, centres, networks & projects

  • 6 Mount Charles, Belfast BT7 1NZ
  • T: 0044 289023 0212
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Women’s Support Network

The Women's Support Network (WSN), established in 1989, is a regional organisation that works across all areas of Northern Ireland. It includes in its membership community based women’s centres, groups and organisations, with a concentration in disadvantaged areas.

Women Together Tallaght Network

Links new & existing women's groups in Tallaght area

  • Brookfield Enterprise Ctr, Brookfield, Dublin 24
  • T: 01 462 77 41
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YWCA Young Women’s Christian Association of Ireland

As a Christian Association their purpose is to share their faith in the Lord Jesus Christ with women and all young people and to serve the whole community by encouraging spiritual physical and social development.