The Liberties Weavers, supported by City of Dublin Education and Training Board, encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to learn the craft of weaving and create new, beautiful handmade textiles that reflect 21st-century lives.
An initiative of the SAOL Project, DAVINA helps women identify abusive behaviour they’ve experienced, heal from trauma, and develop skills to protect themselves from abuse in future relationships
Sailing Into Wellness uses sailing and the sea to support people in their recovery from addiction and poor mental health.
Special Olympics Ireland's Health Promotion Programme helps athletes with intellectual disabilities to learn about nutrition and wellbeing, among other skills, which has a great impact on their quality of life.
This initiative, meaning “The Chatting Workshops: It’s Good to Talk”, links people from Traveller and Roma communities with others from their own communities who help with accessing university and offer support during a university course.
Digi Money is a programme that helps people seeking refuge in Ireland to develop digital skills, who can then share their learning in digital skills sessions with others from their communities.
Workability providing transferable skills for flexible employment, addressing problems of low education and high unemployment in underserviced and marginalised communities.
This programme for people with intellectual disabilities uses interpretative dance to explore the impact of environmental issues on everyone.
Start360's project supports women connected with the justice system both in custody and in the community. The programme further supports women affected by paramilitarism who face increased community isolation, intimidation and violence.
The New Futures programme empowers lone parents to take advantage of training opportunities and a personalised assessment and action plan.