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80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World

National Network
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Address

St Cronans BNS
Vevay Road
Bray
Co. Wicklow
A98 NW42
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Telephone
+353868671092
E-Mail
tony@8020.ie
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
1996
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
  2. Democracy and community development
  3. Environment/Sustainable development
  4. Gender
  5. Human rights
  6. International/Cultural relations
  7. Media
  8. Others
  9. Research
  10. Youth and education
General Information

80:20 is a development education (DE) organisation promoting popular education on human development and human rights with its roots and mandate located in that sector for over 20 years. For 80:20, education is fundamental to understanding the shape and nature of our unequal world, to interacting with it as well as imagining and shaping a different world. 80:20 (charity number: 20034221) is governed by 8 trustees, has 3 staff members and a team of contractors and partners who have been working with 80:20 for more than 10 years. Budgetary resources: annual budget circa 150K 80:20 is currently refreshing its strategic plan for the next 5 years (2023-27) and is being finalised in early 2023. Modalities of action include: seminars, programme work, conference development, in-service training, adult & community education and third level support training, education resource productions and commissions, Recent partners involved in our work include: NALA, NYCI, Trócaire, Concern Worldwide, Self Help Africa, Aidlink, Euromed Rights (the Gender Justice Working Group, in particular), the Trade Justice Group in Comhlámh, Common Ground Bray,

Mission and Objectives

Through education, 80:20 seeks to realise a world which is more equal, more just and more sustainable than is currently the case. 80:20 believes that the concept of human development rooted in an international human rights framework offers the hope, dignity and the basis for, such a world. The organisation is dedicated to pursuing educational strategies for developing global citizenship as a fundamentally important priority in international development strategies. 80:20 has 7 overarching goals as part its approach. These are: Goal 1: Design, develop and deliver high quality information, research, resources and publications Goal 2: Build educational opportunities to develop capacities, cultivate dispositions and grow leadership on human development and human rights realities Goal 3: Strengthen and support the developmenteducation.ie consortium strategic partnership Goal 4: Engage in appropriate opportunities to demonstrate the impact of our work in education, human rights, women’s rights, climate change and human development. Goal 5: Continue to consolidate effective and added-value partnerships Goal 6: Maintain accountable, transparent and effective policies, procedures and practices across all operations, including finance, administration, governance, environment and employment. Goal 7: Achieve cost-efficient financial stability.

Main Projects / Activities

80:20’s main activities include: • Let’s Talk – an education project which aims to give young people a chance to become involved in discussing and taking action on issues such as climate change, conflict, sustainable development, peace and reconciliation. • Catch Them If You Can – an education project for young adults and educators on how the international financial system systematically disadvantages the poor of the world to the advantage of the rich and what you can do about it. • 7th Edition, 80-20 Development in an Unequal World – supporting the production and engagement of teachers, civil society activists and students in the best-selling educational resource – now used internationally in South Africa, Australia, the UK, the US, Zambia and, of course Ireland. The 7th edition of 80-20 is co-published with the New Internationalist. • developmenteducation.ie – 80:20 maintains and works in partnership on a key development education reference point in Ireland, developmenteducation.ie, as a partnership-based project that supports and delivers popular education on development and education issues, guided and financed by a consortium of non-governmental organisations including Aidlink, Concern Worldwide, Self Help Africa, the Irish Development Education Association (IDEA), the National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) and Trócaire. • Facts Matter: A Guide to Building Critical Media Literacy in Today’s World – a partnership project with the National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) to develop an introductory guide for adult literacy and adult education practitioners who wish to build their students’ knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence in critical thinking, media and digital literacy. The guide also supports tutors to engage with what it means to live in an increasingly unequal world and to invite students to question and challenge this (such as tackling online abuse against women and girls, tackling hate speech and de-escalating hate). • Production and publishing – as a small publisher, 80:20 is involved in all stages of production in conceiving and developing multimedia and resource products, both as part of its own programme work and in collaboration with others. Our work has included non-formal education and curriculum specific resources. Got an idea that you’re interested in exploring with us? Get in touch. • Curriculum development work – engaging and advocating in curricular and policy reform opportunities (and joint submissions) on a regular basis, including, for example, during the consultation phase of the National Strategy on Education for Sustainable Development (2014) and periodic subject reform at the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment. • Consultancy and evaluation – research, evaluation and resource production consultancy activities and initiatives in development and human rights education such as resource production (across all stages of production), be-spoke global citizenship and human rights education workshops and capacity building training.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

80:20 can: - link in with other members of the network to explore and build collaborative partnerships - produce resources - we offer resource productions support within our sector (such as training guides, podcasts, video materials, poster work, resource guides and books etc.) - bring our international work into the Network, for example as a member of Euromed Rights - mix education, the arts and activism as part of educational productions (for example, we organised the Irish Global Solidarity in 100 Objects exhibition in 2020, which is now online https://developmenteducation.ie/100objects/) - we are the lead agency and consortium member of developmenteducation.ie and can support members re distributing resources and stories of change.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

80:20 has always had an active youth agenda as part of its programmes over the last two decades. 80:20 wants to join the ALF Network in particular to: - access and learn about the lived experiences of young people and members across the Network to inform our own 'thinking', resource production priorities, training materials and programme design. - integrate our planning and work agenda with ALF as part of the next strategic phase of work from 2023-27 - engage in strong partnership work across the Euro-Mediterranean region - seek funded opportunities to build considered, valuable and tangible opportunities in supporting young people's voices, spaces, co-collaborations and the agency of young participants to advocate for and influence decision makers (for example via policies, local structures, companies etc.) - not just in an ad hoc manner! - to blend education, the creative arts and 'educational activism' as an approach to challenge extremist narratives and doing 'literacy' work on key issues such as women's rights, anti-racism, climate justice and global justice.

معلومات إضافية
Contact (1) Full Name
Tony Daly
Job Title
Co-ordinator
Head of the organisation
Valerie Lewis (chairperson)
Contact (2) Full Name
Ciara Regan
Job Title (2)
Education and Research Officer

Acting Up!

National Network
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Address

42 Halldene Drive Bishopstown Cork
Cork
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Telephone
0020101226554
E-Mail
cliodhnanoonan@gmail.com
Mobile Phone
0020101226554
Organisation Type
Private Company
Year of Establishment
2008
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
General Information
Since approaching the Arts Council in September 2008 with the Rainbow’s Gold project, Acting Up! has been actively fostering a network of organisations that can be relied upon to develop a tentative but informed and supportive role in sustaining a long-term plan for early years arts development in Ireland. Acting Up's Director has recently established a similar network of partner organisations in Cairo, Egypt.
Mission and Objectives

Acting Up! is an early years arts consultancy which was set up in 2008 by Cliodhna Noonan. The main objective of the company at present is to liaise with partners within the professional arts and the childcare sectors with a view to establishing a recognised strategy for performing arts for very young children, (0-3) and (3-6) years.

Main Projects / Activities

Rainbow's Gold performance event and documentation 2008/ From Babble to Speech Performance Event and Documentation 2009/ Looking At The Sky performance and training event 2009/ Story About The Cloud Performance and training event 2010 / Silver Tree performance and crafts event 2010.

Contact (1) Full Name
Cliodhna Noonan
Head of the organisation
Cliodhna Noonan, Director

All Togerher Multicultural centre CLG

National Network
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Address

Unit8,60 Applewood Main
Swords
Co. Dublin
K67P7N1
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Telephone
+353879792770
E-Mail
alltogether.center@gmail.com
E-Mail (2)
info@alltogether.ie
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
2017
Fields of Activity
  1. Others
General Information

ALL TOGETHER MULTICULTURAL CENTRE has been functioning as a private school for 5 years and in 2017 was transformed into a non-profit organization. This organization was founded at the initiative of a group of migrants to enhance their integration into Irish society.
Currently our center comprises 127 students aged 2-17 years, youth and young adults as well. The Programs have been developed to preserve the participants’ language and culture. This allows our students to more easily adapt to the immigration circumstances and better assimilate into the society.

Mission and Objectives

Our goal is to bring innovations to the development of multilingualism and intercultural dialogue in the multinational European society. We ultimate goal of make activity for/ with people through a support learning different languages to bring innovation, to enhancing multilingualism and intercultural dialogue for/as example.

Main Projects / Activities

Erasmus+ Youth in Action YE Draw to change reality
2018-1-IE01-KA105-038714
Erasmus+ Youth in Action TC Weed Out Hate
2018-3-IE01-KA105-051206
Erasmus+ Youth in Action Dance all Together
2019-1-IE01-KA 105-51333
Erasmus+ Youth in Action The “Rural” Skys The Limit for Youth Work
2019-1-IE01-KA105-051374

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

We as organization would like to support social dialogue in Ireland as well as in EU and Mediterranean area.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

To develop opportunities with new partners

Contact (1) Full Name
Olga Bogdanovica
Job Title
Chairman
Head of the organisation
Olga Bogdanovica
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Ann Luttrell

Responsible for education and outreach events at Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, Ireland, and programmer for the Cork World Book Festival held in April each year since 2005. Ann Luttrell's prior experience includes working in the nonprofit sector in the US...

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Ann Luttrell

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Arabic Culture Events

National Network
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Address

43 Gledswood Park
Clonskeagh
Dublin 14

Dublin
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Telephone
01 2157884
E-Mail
rafikarajab@gmail.com
E-Mail (2)
rafika@arabesqueevents.com
Mobile Phone
087 9030816
Organisation Type
Individual Person
Year of Establishment
2012
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
General Information
I'm the organiser of the Arabic Culture Meetup in Dublin and have one assistant. In the past I had been involved in many charities in Yemen and intercultural events for example: "Home Away From Home", an informative organisation for foreign women/men married to Yemenis and living in Yemen through social activities. In Ireland I volunteered in several festivals and fundraising my own projects and also got donations, the rest is my own funds and efforts. Two recent projects are "Art from the Land of Queen Sheba" for which I set up a group called "The Yemen Connection", friends of my parents who worked for Concern in Yemen. Another event was "Arabesque Night", Presenting 2 Arabic bands, belly dancers and world music DJ. Both were a great success last September 2012 at the Ranelagh Arts Festival.
Mission and Objectives

A self sustaining organisation for Arab, non-Arab, Irish and international people of all ages to promote Arabic culture and diversity in Irish society.
My objective is to create a hub that offers a place for intercultural exchange between the Irish, Arab and the international community as a whole.

Main Projects / Activities

Main activities are in the arts and culture, to give information and reinforce good relations through social events. For example: art exhibitions, dinners, talks and tours at The Chester Beatty Library, lectures in Trinity College, Arabic music events, social Arabic language meetups for those who are learning or need to practice. I show Middle-eastern, Arabic and Asian films.
Through the Arabic Culture Meetup 52 events have been scheduled so far since September 2012 when I became the organiser. Today there are 108 members of mixed nationality including Egyptian, Iraqi, Syrian, Moroccan, Jordanian, Palestinian, Yemeni, Iranian, Turkish, French, British, Spanish, Hungarian and of course a lot are Irish. I have made sure to have at least one meetup a week, and sometimes there could be 3 hence I invited 2 members to assist. I hope to eventually have an Arabic cultural hub in Dublin, a place where people can meet or get information.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

I have many dependable contacts in Yemen, and some in Egypt whom I would be able to ask for help and whom are in positions to open more networks and get information from. Last September, the Froebel College of Education opened opportunity for the artists from Yemen to an exchange of dialogue with the students on diversity and the woman's place in Yemeni society. There were a couple of art workshops and a food forum introducing some Yemeni dishes and discussion about traditions. The outcome was incredible, the students, teachers and college were very impressed and praised the artists and The Yemen Connection. I endevour to continue with such projects which will enlighten everyone on each others' cultures and bring about good relations between the East and West.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

I am excited to have learned about the ALF projects and initiatives encouraging dialogue and integration in Europe and the Mediterranean and believe it is the network I've been looking for to help me develop my ideas into reality by way of contacts and some funding when necessary.
All my projects focused on show casing Arabian arts and culture to the Irish and international audiences living in Ireland in the hope that people will change their perception of the Arabs.
Although I have had some assistance, it has been difficult trying to create and organise such events by my self and I hope by joining the ALF I'll be able to continue achieving goals.

Contact (1) Full Name
Rafika Rajab
Head of the organisation
Rafika Rajab

Askeaton Contemporary Arts

National Network
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Address

Gurt,
Askeaton,

Co. Limerick
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Telephone
00353872977179
E-Mail
askeatonarts@yahoo.ie
Organisation Type
Public/Private Non-Profit Foundation
Year of Establishment
2006
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
General Information
Askeaton Contemporary Arts is organised by a director/curator, assisted by a curatorial assistant. In Askeaton the project is supported by a local advisory board, Askeaton Civic Trust, Askeaton Community Council and many local businesses and individuals. Nationally, funding has been obtained from the Arts Council, Create, Limerick County Council and Shannon Development. Other recent partners have included Independent Curators International, New York. Programme funding in 2012 amounted to 42,000 euro. In 2012 our programme consists of five artist commissions culminating in a resulting exhibition and catalogue, one long term artist residency, and our seventh annual summer residency programme with five Irish and international artists, accompanied by a public open day and various events.
Mission and Objectives

Founded in 2006, Askeaton Contemporary Arts aims to promote and provide contemporary visual art to the locale of Askeaton, County Limerick. By developing community involvement and understanding of how art might be produced and experienced in this locality, ACA aims to open up new possibilities of how contemporary art might operate as a socially-engaged and critically-led entity in the region, while concurrently supporting the production of new artists’ projects. Askeaton Contemporary Arts has introduced the work of artists from Argentina, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Mexico, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Northern Ireland and Ireland to Askeaton. Over forty Irish and international artists have worked in the town in the last seven years.

Main Projects / Activities

Residencies, commissions and exhibition projects are frequently organised, often taking the everyday life of Askeaton as a subject. Local interaction with the artists and artworks are not only as audience, often they are actively implicated into the development of the artwork itself through their assistance or participation. Furthermore, with no ‘white-cube’ spaces in Askeaton, artists work in various venues throughout the town, and are incorporated into the everyday life of the locale. As a signifier of the quality of this initiative, subsequent projects have been exhibited throughout Ireland and Europe, including the 2011 Istanbul Biennial. For a full archive of projects produced please consult www.askeatonarts.com

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

Askeaton Contemporary Arts' ethos and programming presents something not overtly represented in the Irish network: a developed understanding of regional programming, community-based social dialogue through interaction with international contemporary art. We aim to facilitate intercultural understanding with people living outside the mainstream urban center through this form of dialogue.This is built on the belief that art can offer alternative viewpoints and genuine social change to its locale, and ACA has endeavoured to work with these goals. This form of engagement with contemporary art focuses on working within the existing dynamics of a small town, intending to bring forward the diverse layers of daily life and create a rich framework for subjective encounters. The investigations led by artists here ultimately leads to a de-mystication of the artistic process, and allows for a frank exchange of values between the regional and international, and between local and universal values. We believe these are aspects that can enrich the Irish Network.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

Askeaton Contemporary Arts are interested in how art might be produced and experienced in this locality, how art might operate outside a city environment. Artists from throughout the world have worked here, with a variety of projects facilitated and produced in direct relationship to the community of the town. We treat this as a platform for developing the role of contemporary art as a socially-engaged and critically-led medium. We believe that joining the ALF network will allow our organisation to develop further and crucial understanding of contemporary and progressive idioms of cultural diversity.

Contact (1) Full Name
Michele Horrigan
Head of the organisation
Michele Horrigan
Contact (2) Full Name
Amanda Ralph

Border Crossings

National Network
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Address

The Factory Performance Space
Lower Quay Street
Sligo
Co. Sligo
F91 FX45
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Telephone
+447947788532
E-Mail
michael@bordercrossings.ie
Mobile Phone
+447947788532
Organisation Type
Public/Private Non-Profit Foundation
Year of Establishment
2019
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
General Information

Border Crossings creates new intercultural, multi-media theatre in response to the contemporary globalised world. The company works across the borders between cultures and art forms, and between nations and peoples. It is led by two staff. Established in 2019, Border Crossings is a new organisation in the Republic of Ireland. It is a Company Limited by Guarantee with Charitable Status. Its early projects are funded by the EU's Erasmus + schemes, partnering with theatre and education organisations across Europe.

Mission and Objectives

Vision Border Crossings will be a leader in intercultural dialogue between artists, audiences and communities, working through theatre and the arts to facilitate mutual understanding, creative collaboration and positive development. Mission In response to the contemporary globalised world, Border Crossings creates a theatrical and cultural space in which peoples come together as equals for creativity and dialogue. In order to do this we: • Create high-quality international performances • Curate festivals of Indigenous arts and culture • Collaborate with leading artists from a range of different countries and backgrounds and with the diverse communities that make up contemporary Irish society • Communicate artistic work and cultural debates through educational and media channels

Main Projects / Activities

In line with the Irish Government’s Policy Framework Document “Culture 2025 - Éire Ildánach”, Border Crossings advocates for a universally accessible approach to cultural work, with particular stress on: • Social Integration. Border Crossings will work with artists and international cultural partners to make theatre and other cultural outputs that reflect the increasingly multicultural and international nature of Irish society. The company’s approach will embrace the international dimension of Irish life occasioned by the arrival of new citizens, and will offer a space where people of different backgrounds can encounter one another’s cultures on an equal footing. • International Collaboration. Border Crossings will work with partners across the European Union and beyond to develop innovative new approaches to theatrical and cultural creation, participation and learning. By collaborating with international artists and cultural operators of high professional standing, Border Crossings will enhance the cultural offer in the Irish Republic, and generate international opportunities for Irish artists. • Participation and Education. Border Crossings will work closely with the diverse communities of contemporary Ireland, both within the education system and at a grassroots community level, to enable wide and varied participation in cultural activities, regardless of ethnic and cultural identity, religious beliefs, and socio-economic background. Border Crossings’ education and community work will relate directly to the company’s professional projects, ensuring an ongoing dialogue between artistic production and the development of community participation.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

Our staff have extensive experience of collaboration with the MENA region through our sister company in the UK, including an ALF-funded project in 2014. We have contributed to European discussions on the role of arts and culture in relation to migration and refugees, and to interculturalism in Europe.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

Our UK-based sister company has had positive experiences with the ALF Network there, and we are anxious to establish similar connections in Ireland.

Contact (1) Full Name
Michael Walling
Job Title
Artistic Director
Head of the organisation
Michael Walling
Contact (2) Full Name
Lucy Dunkerley
Job Title (2)
Associate Director