- Irish Aid Gender Equality Policy: an outline of Irish Aid's approach to gender equality, guided by the Irish Aid Gender Equality Policy 2004.
- Amnesty International Ireland: the country’s largest human rights organisation with over 15,000 members and supporters, and part of a global movement of more than 3.2 million people working in more than 150 countries around the world.
- Human Rights Education Module (Transition Year): a human rights education project enabling senior cycle students, non-formal education centres and the wider community to learn about and discuss human rights in a creative, participatory and empowering way.
- Irish Human Rights Council: established under statute in 2000 to promote and protect the human rights of everyone in Ireland, including the rights, liberties and freedoms guaranteed under the Irish Constitution and under international agreements, treaties and conventions to which Ireland is a party.
- Human Security Centre: an independent research centre that tracks global and regional trends in organized violence, their causes and consequences.
- IRIN News: Humanitarian news and analysis - a service of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
- Unicef: a United Nations organisation working with others to overcome the obstacles that poverty, violence, disease and discrimination place in a child’s path and to build a world where the rights of every child are realised.
- Stop Child Labour: School, the Best Place to Work: an international campaign aiming to eliminate all forms of child labour and to ensure formal full-time and quality education for all children, at least until the age of 15. Including an online action tool that lets you check how your favourite shoe brand scores on child labour.
- International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC): the international organization responsible for drawing up and overseeing international labour standards, a United Nations agency that brings together representatives of governments, employers and workers to jointly shape policies and programmes promoting Decent Work for all. Including SCREAM: Supporting Children's Rights through Education, the Arts and the Media, an education and social mobilization initiative to help educators worldwide to cultivate young people?s understanding of the causes and consequences of child labour.
- Free the Children: an international charity and educational partner that fosters academic achievement at the local level and implements development programmes internationally. Includes free classroom resources and lesson plans.
- National Youth Council of Ireland: the representative body for national voluntary youth work organisations in Ireland. It represents and supports the interests of around 50 voluntary youth organisations and uses its collective experience to act on issues that impact on young people.It seeks to ensure that all young people are empowered to develop the skills and confidence to fully participate as active citizens in an inclusive society.
- Bornfree Art School (Rehab of freed child labourers): a special school exclusively for street, working children and freed bonded labour children. The objective is to educate and develop these children through the arts, putting them back into the main stream of education.