Recommended links & websites
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Cork Feminista was founded by Linda Kelly, and Dr. Jennifer DeWan, in August 2010 to provide a discussion and activist space for feminism in Cork. It is a collective of women and men who meet once a month to discuss different issues related to women's equality and feminism. The meetings allow participants to explore their thoughts on equality and feminism and also network with other campaigners.
Akina Dada wa Africa (AkiDwA; Swahili for sisterhood) is an
authoritative, minority ethnic-led national network of African and
migrant women living in Ireland.AkiDwA’s advocacy approach
is based on strengthening migrant women’s voice, applying a
gender perspective to policies and practices and the promotion of
equality of migrant women in Irish society, free of gender and racial
Established in 1989, Ruhama is a Dublin-based NGO which works on
a national level with women affected by prostitution and other forms
of commercial sexual exploitation.
Irish Family Planning Association
The Irish Family Planning Association (IFPA) is Ireland’s leading
sexual health charity. The organisation promotes the right of all
people to sexual and reproductive health information and dedicated,
confidential and affordable healthcare services.
Dublin Rape Crisis Centre
The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre was established in 1979 and is
a national organisation offering a wide range of services in order
to offer help and support to anyone who has experienced sexual
violence of any kind.
Women's Aid is a leading national organisation that has been
working to address the issue of domestic violence in Ireland for over
Longford Women's Link
Longford Women's Link is a women's centre based in the rural
midlands town of Longford in Co. Longford, Ireland. Founded in
1995, their vision is that women in Co. Longford can fulfill their
potential in a safe and equal society.
The national organisation for Irish Travellers in Ireland, promoting
equality, health, youth work, anti-racism and recognition of the
ethnic minority status.
BeLonG To is a national youth service for Lesbian Gay Bisexual &
Transgender (LGBT) young people, aged between 14 and 23, in
Marriage Equality has been campaigning since February 2008 for
equality for same sex couples, their families and their children.
Choice Ireland is a collective group of pro-choice activists who aim to
raise awareness about issues to do with abortion and reproductive
rights for women in Ireland.
Feminist Open Forum
The Feminist Open Forum provides a space for feminists in Dublin
to debate, discuss and disperse information about feminist issues.
They hold monthly meetings on a range of topics. No fee or formal
membership is required and anyone interested is welcome to attend
Hanna’s House is an organisation which supports women’s
participation in leadership and decision making. Organising
seminars, workshops and a summer school, they provide a platform
for Irish feminists to develop ideas and solutions to issues facing
women in contemporary Irish society.
One Family is a leading national organisation for one-parent families
in Ireland. Progressing the work of Cherish, we work with all types
and all members of one-parent families, respecting the realities of
family life in Ireland, to affect positive change and achieve equality
and social inclusion for all one-parent families in Ireland.