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Talamh Beo

Talamh Beo Talamh Beo is the agroecological farmers organisation in Ireland. It is a member of the global peasant organisation La Via Campensina (200 million members) and its European Committee (ECVC -250 thousand members).
Talamh Beo is a democratically organised, member-led organisation, run by farmers who have direct experience of the issues they campaign on.

Teachers Union of Ireland

Union activities

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.

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.

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

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.

The Unforgettable Women’s Network

The Unforgettable Women’s Network The Unforgettable Women’s Network - TUWN is a service for women which promotes and encourages the equal valuing of the female person in society by developing women’s capacities through education, development and training. TUWN believes every woman is important and so advocates for women's repositioning in society free of gendered stereotypes and limitations.

Treoir

Treoir Treoir: The national federation of services for unmarried parents and their children

In 1976 various agencies working with unmarried parents formed a federation to channel efforts to improve the quality of the services provided to unmarried parents and their children. Members include self-help organisations, adoption societies, maternity hospitals, childcare organisations, HSE and accommodation services. In 1995 the Federation was renamed Treoir, which is the Irish word for direction or guidance. Today, Treoir continues to be a membership organisation that promotes the rights and best interests of unmarried parents and their children through:
---- Providing specialist information
----Raising awareness on issues affecting unmarried parents
----Campaigning for change

Treoir is the National Specialist Information Service for unmarried parents and their children providing clear and up-to-date information free of charge to parents who are not married to each other and to those involved with them. Treoir is also a charity with CHY number 8877

Treoir: Principles
- Treoir recognises that there are many different types of families in Ireland including unmarried parents whether they are cohabiting or not
- Treoir is committed to ensure that families not based on marriage, whether they are cohabiting or not, are recognised respected and protected.
- Treoir supports and promotes the rights of all children as listed in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
- Treoir believes that all children have a right to know both their parents, and to be loved and cared for by them.