Youth Work Ireland

Calling all LGBTI+ young people aged 16-22! Would you like to join the Dept of Children &Youth Affairs YOUTH FORUM to support the implementation of the LGBTI+ Strategy National Lgbti+ Youth Strategy Ireland Katherine Zappone

The Forum will be given opportunities to input on many key actions within the strategy over the coming 18 months and is a brilliant opportunity for young people to have their say in making sure that those actions are made a reality.

We’d love to hear from you. For more info or for an application form please contact Karyn at

Please note that all applicants need to be affiliated to a nominating organisation.


Author: – Youth Work Ireland

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Our next two Squad sessions – All JKS Ireland Members are welcome. OSS!

Author: – JKS Ireland



Multiple Sclerosis Ireland

Congratulations to Dr Una FitzGerald of NUI,Galway in collaboration with CÚRAM, has secured €3.9 million in EU funding to lead a consortium of researchers. The project aims to develop novel devices and treatments for Multiple Sclerosis.

Author: – Multiple Sclerosis Ireland

City: founded in 1961


Dublin Civic Trust

James Malton’s view of Provost’s House on lower Grafton Street captures a busy street scene in 1790s Dublin. The great dome of architect Richard Castle’s old bell tower in Trinity’s Front Square, demolished in 1837, can be seen rising over the West Front.

Zoom in to the gate piers of Provost’s House where the original decorative urn cappings can be seen, sadly now missing, Also gone today are the magnificent wrought-iron brackets of the lanterns to each side of the central entrance gates, and the oil ‘lamp irons’ topping the piers of the boundary walls. To the extreme right is a temporary timber shop with a drop-down front, once common in the city.

Also on the right, the first building on the corner of Grafton Street appears to date to the first decade of the 18th century, featuring a red brick facade, an early ‘dogtooth’ eaves cornice, and an almost flush-faced sash window with an exposed box frame.

By contrast, the building on the extreme left is bang up to date for the 1790s with a glorious neoclassical shopfront, richly embellished with a swag frieze and delicately leaded glazing. Its frontage to Grafton Street seems to feature a bold pedimented shopfront topped by a lion, likely part of a royal warrant composition comprising lion, unicorn and crown. This pivotal shop corner is now occupied by a woeful 1980s Boylesports shopfront with dodgy fanlights and glazing plastered with branded transfers.

The wider terrace facing Provost’s House features a grand array of oil lamps projecting over the public pavement, mounted on delicate wrought-iron arms. These were probably coordinated by the Dublin Paving Board and feature oil tray burners suspended from wires within the globes.

The area outside Provost’s House is one of the few areas in Dublin that may be described as an Itialian-style ‘piazzale’ – a semi-enclosed public space that is open on at least one side. This urban room could be a glorious launch-pad for Grafton Street and College Green, but the heavy-handed, visually illiterate engineering of Luas Cross City has sadly compromised that prospect.

Author: – Dublin Civic Trust

City: founded in 1992


Would you like to work with us? | Irish Landmark Trust

Irish Landmark are currently recruiting for the position of House Manager at Knocknalossett House, Bailiborough, Co. Cavan. Knocknalosset is a charming two-storey farmhouse, located in the heart of the lakelands of County Cavan. We are looking for someone with an interest in heritage and property ma…Would you like to work with us?

We are currently recruiting for the position of House Manager at Knocknalossett House, Bailiborough, Co. Cavan. Knocknalosset is a charming two-storey farmhouse, located in the heart of the lakelands of County Cavan.

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Author: – The Irish Landmark Trust

City: opened in 1992


Transgender, Non-Binary, and Gender Non-Conforming Student Survey

The purpose of this project is to help improve the inclusion and safety of transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming third-level students. The survey data will be analysed by the research team to produce a publicly available policy report, expected Autumn/Winter 2019. The data will be store…Dr. Chris Chevallier has published a survey related to trans people’s experiences in third level education. We believe that this research will play an important role in uncovering which areas have improved and where the focus needs to be going forward. The survey is open to anyone who identifies as trans and has been or is currently in third level education in Ireland.

By taking 10 minutes to complete this survey you will help to make real positive change and ensure that our community achieves their potential in higher education.

The more input the better so please share widely!

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Author: – TENI – Transgender Equality Network Ireland

City: founded on january 1, 2005