The Community Knowledge Initiative (CKI), a project launched by the National University of Ireland, Galway in 2001. The CKI hopes to place communities at the centre of debate and educate students for civic engagement.
We are a group of volunteers who work on nature conservation projects in the Dublin region. The group carries out practical nature conservation tasks in some of Dublin's most scenic locations. Outings take place on most Saturdays throughout the year. The type of activities range from planting trees in Donabate to removing rhododendron on Howth Head, and woodland management in Blanchardstown.
Conservation Volunteers Northern Ireland (CVNI) is part of BTCV, a registered charity which exists to protect and improve the environment, predominantly through a partnership of the practical efforts of its many thousands of volunteers and the activities of its staff.
We are a voluntary organisation established to provide a holistic centre in which people with cancer and their families can find emotional support and practical help. Our aim is to provide therapies that complement the medical model, so as to make a difference to the lives of those affected by cancer.
Cork Feminist Collective is an intersectional feminist, volunteer-led, donation-funded activist organisation founded in February 2017. We were previously known as Cork Feminista (founded by Linda Kelly and Jennifer DeWan in 2010.)
Corrymeela is people of all ages and Christian traditions, who, individually and together are committed to the healing of Social, Religious and Political divisions that exist in Northern Ireland and throughout the World.