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Teachers Union of Ireland

Union activities

  • 73 Orwell Road,
    Dublin 6
  • T: 01 492 2588
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Tearmann Domestic Violence Service

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

  • The Primary Care Building,
    Co. Monaghan
  • T: 047 72311
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TENI Transgender Equality Network Ireland

Our vision is a world where all people, regardless of gender identity or expression, enjoy full acceptance, equality and human rights.
TENI is a non-profit member-driven organisation, founded in 2006 and registered as a company limited by guarantee in February 2010. The governance is provided by a volunteer Board and operations are led by the Chief Executive and staff. Community engagement is an essential part of TENI’s identity and our mandate is based on a substantial membership, which elects the Board and is involved in long-term strategic planning.
  • 10 Ellis Quay
    Arran Quay
    Dublin 7
  • T: 01 873 3575
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The Complex

The Complex The Complex is the new Northside arts centre located on Little Green Street next to the old Fruit and Vegetable Market. The arts centre features nine artist’s studios as well as two performance areas, rehearsal and exhibition space.The Complex is led by women, encourages equal opportunities for women in the arts, and promotes residencies for women artists. With support from NWCI, The Complex have put on a number of productions and workshops reflecting the real lives of women impacted by austerity and other inequalities in modern day Ireland.
  • 21-25 Arran Street East,
    Dublin 7
  • T: 01 5378352
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The Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation

The Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation The Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation is an independent, non-governmental organisation that works with individuals and groups to transform violent conflict, promote reconciliation, build sustainable peace and work towards more inclusive, equitable, and diverse societies. Founded in 1974 as a response to ‘the Troubles’, one of its key strategic priorities (2017-2026) continues to be dedicated to deepening reconciliation within and between communities on the islands of Ireland and Britain
  • Glencree,
    Co. Wicklow,
  • T: 01 2829711
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The M Word

The M Word are educating and empowering women on menopause at home, in the workplace and for the younger generation.
An event co organised by &

The Shona Project

The Shona Project The Shona Project helps young Irish Girls through all the challenges associated with growing up in Ireland today. The website for girls shares inspirational content, celebrates difference and provides practical advice & a sharing hub on issues such a mental health, relationships, bullying, body issues, medical concerns, school and exams. The Shona Project also operates a school workshop roadshow highlighting bullying, body issues and self esteem; an annual “Young Women’s Convention” for transition year students and an annual awards event.

Trinity Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies

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

  • Arts Building
    Room B6.014
    6th Floor
    Trinity College Dublin
    Dublin 2
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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.