Our Mission is: "To build the first county-wide Community Foundation in Ireland, North or South that will support charitable endeavour, citizenship and peace building at local level. At its core will be the key principles of sustainability, social responsibility and partnership. It will be an exemplar for others to follow in support of positive local social change".
The Institute for Conflict Research carries out action based research, which provides evidence-based perspectives on issues associated with conflict in deeply divided societies. ICR works both with those involved and affected by conflict in Northern Ireland and elsewhere.
Mesen (Flemish)/Messines (English), Belgium, was the location of a battle, which proved pivotal in the first World War, and which resulted in huge losses of members of the Nationalist 16th Irish and the Unionist 36th Ulster Divisions.
The Irish Anti-War Movement is a resource for everybody who opposes war. One of the most frustrating things when a war starts is what to do about opposing it. The solution to this frustration is to get involved!
To explore the concept of peace and peaceful change at international, national and regional levels; and in particular to examine and develop the conditions of peace, justice and reconciliation on the island of Ireland.
Munster Mediation provides services to those who wish to pursue Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) as part of, or instead of litigation.
Our services are provided to couples separating or divorcing; employees with grievances; people engaged in commercial disputes and other matters where the parties are open to resolving the matter in a low-cost and timely manner as opposed to lengthy and costly litigation.
The National Union of Students-Union of Students in Ireland (NUS-USI) was established in 1972 under a unique arrangement where both the British and Irish national student unions, National Union of Students(NUS) and Union of Students in Ireland(USI) respectively, jointly organised in Northern Ireland to promote student unity across the sectarian divide.
The Ireland Funds support hundreds of projects, North and South, which promote peace and reconciliation, arts and culture, community development and education. The Funds provide grants ranging from a few hundred pounds to over a million.