Girls Friendly Society

The Girls' Friendly Society is the oldest Church of Ireland organisation for girls and women.

The Girls Friendly Society is active in eighty branches throughout Ireland, a wide spectrum of interest is covered in the syllabus, which includes a study of the natural world, the community and the church, the bible, handcrafts and skills, information technology, sports and outdoor pursuits, as well as participating in fund raising to demonstrate our will to help others, both locally and globally.

Global Action Plan - Cork

Global Action Plan (GAP) is a world wide network of organisations aiming to promote and support sustainable development by the design and delivery of programmes that cultivate personal empowerment. It is the very high emphasis placed on empowerment that defines GAP, sets it apart from most approaches and is responsible for its success.  Personal empowerment is seen as fundamental to promoting behavioural change and behavioural change is in turn seen as fundamental to promoting a change of core values such as beliefs, attitudes and perspectives.

GMB College

GMB COLLEGE IS AN INDEPENDENT ORGANISATION WITHIN THE GMB FAMILY.  GMB College holds as its utmost the value that access to education is a human right. Education is central to the provision of and advocacy for human rights, dignity and equality for all.  Education facilitates access to and maintenance of sustainable employment benefitting the individual, their families and the community as a whole. Education is a lifelong pursuit and can be accessed at any stage in life.

Health Management Institute of Ireland

The HMI is the professional body for healthcare managers across all sectors of the health services in Ireland. Its overall aim is the development of standards of management competence and practice. We inform, educate and involve members and stakeholders in professional development and networking activities.

HMI is a Registered Charity

Institute for British-Irish Studies

The Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) has recently renovated  its web site. Providing the latest information on the Institutes  activities, updating the extensive list of resources for researchers  and initiating a registration facility for those who want to be kept  informed of the Institute's activities.

The Institute welcomes links to its site and is always glad to  hear of new resources which are relevant to the general  field of British-Irish Studies.

Institute of Technology Carlow

The Mission of Institute of Technology Carlow to Engage, Learn, Challenge and Innovate is articulated through an educational environment and context where learners pursue studies in higher education and research up to doctoral level.

Goals and Strategy

01 Learner Experience and Graduate Attributes
We will optimise the learner experience to support the development of graduate attributes that meet the needs of learners and of modern society.

Irish Association for Palliative Care (IAPC)

The Irish Association for Palliative Care (IAPC) was established in 1993. It is a professional membership body. The members are multi-disciplinary professionals who work in or have a professional interest in the provision of palliative care. The Association provides opportunities for networking, education and research, and it is a recognised expert voice that seeks to influence and shape national policy for patient-centred, equitable and accessible palliative care for all who need it.

Irish Centre for Human Rights

The Irish Centre for Human Rights is one of the world's premier university-based institutions for the study and promotion of human rights and humanitarian law. Since its establishment in January 2000, the Centre has developed a global reputation for excellence in the field of human rights teaching, research and advocacy, which has enabled the institution to attract high quality students to its acclaimed masters and its undergraduate programs as well as to build a thriving community of doctoral researchers.