Ballymun Job Centre (BJC)

The BJC is a co-operative society and its objectives and powers are:

To inform, advise and support any individual or group in Ballymun who wants to engage in work, be that paid employment, self-employment, or voluntary.

To foster, co-operate with and where necessary, co-ordinate all initiatives in Ballymun that promote or maintain employment.

Bodywhys - The Eating Disorders Association of Ireland

Bodywhys is the national charity offering information and support to people affected by eating disorders.

Their services include a national Lo-Call helpline, regional support groups, Bodywhys Connect - weekly online support meetings for people with eating disorders and Bodywhys Online - a dedicated website with information on eating disorders and their treatment.

They also have an online Creative Corner for creative expression.

Breaking Through

Aim: To facilitate links through local, regional and national networks

Objectives: Promote partnership, collaboration and interagency co-operation Collate and disseminate models of best practice Provide informed support within our networks Influence policy, practice and programme development Secure appropriate resources to support our networks Collaborate with State Agencies in providing training.

Camara Education

Camara, founded in 2005, uses technology to improve education and livelihood skills in disadvantaged communities around the world. 

It delivers Digital Literacy and teacher training to disadvantaged communities in Ireland, Africa and the Caribbean by reusing disposed computers. Digital Literacy is the ability to locate, organise, understand, evaluate, and create information using digital technology.

Care After Prison (CAP)

Care After Prison is a peer led criminal justice charity, dedicated to changing the lives of people who have been affected by imprisonment.   We work with a range of both female and male adult offenders who are on temporary release, currently in prison or who have formerly offended.   We have a team of 8 staff, and a number of volunteers, delivering a range of services to those in prison and former offenders, including Prison In-Reach, Community Support Schemes, A Peer Mentor Training Programme and Family Support.

CASPr (Community After Schools project)

CASPr is situated in the North East Inner City of Dublin.

Its mission is to contribute to the development of the local community by encouraging local people to become actively involved in providing activities for children while at the same time improving their own life situations.

The Project's activities represent a partnership approach at local level between community, local schools and service providers.  The Project has been developed through the vision and hard work of local workers and parents.


Centre for Co-operative Studies

The Centre for Co-operative Studies is a university research centre that promotes education and training and independent research and consultancy in all aspects of co-operative organisation.

The Centre continues its work of fostering research, study and education about co-operatives. It is a strong focus of support for academics who are interested in co-operatives and it works closely with many national and international co-operative bodies.

Centre for Disability Studies

The Centre for Disability Studies was established in 2002 (previously the Centre for the Study of Developmental Disabilities) with the appointment of the NDA Chair in Disability Studies at the National University of Ireland, Dublin.

It is dedicated to the emerging field of disability studies - the interdisciplinary and scholarly exploration of all aspects of disability.

Disability Studies comprises three core themes: the history of disability; experiences of disability; and an array of policy, social, rehabilitative and other interventions.

Centre for Peace and Development Studies

The Centre for Peace and Development Studies is a Research Centre located within the Department of Government and Society, University of Limerick. The Centre supports students engaged in personal research to PhD and Masters level. In addition, it offers a full-time, one year taught Masters course in Peace and Development Studies. The aim of the Centre is to provide research evidence concerning conflict and its resolution both in Ireland and in other countries throughout the world.

Cerebral Palsy Group

Cerebral Palsy Group is an online resource for anyone who has been affected by cerebral palsy, birth injuries, or brain injuries. Our team was created so we can provide answers and all types of assistance needed to help improve the quality of life for loved ones and family members with cerebral palsy.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide helpful cerebral palsy resources

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Our goal is to continue to bring you the most up-to-date information from trusted sources as it becomes available