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Interculturalism:


  • National Action Plan Against Racism: a strategy guide for community development projects, family resource centres and partnerships. Includes a profile of cultural and ethnic diversity in Ireland, the extent of racism in Ireland, and a toolkit for local anti-racism strategies.

  • All Equal All Different (Education Pack): a pack of ideas, resources, methods and activities for informal intercultural education with young people and adults.

  • INTER A practical guide to implementing Intercultural Education in schools: aims to contribute to improving the quality of education and to supporting innovation in schools by providing them with support to develop an intercultural approach. Includes a PDF version of the book produced through the INTER framework, gathering a series of articles by different authors to provoke reflection on what Education from an intercultural perspective is, what its objectives are, what it is useful for, and what challenges it involves.

  • NCCA Guidelines for Intercultural education in post-primary schools.

  • Immigrant Council of Ireland: established in 2001 by Sr. Stanislaus Kennedy, to develop innovative responses to Ireland's changing society.

  • Exchange House ? National Travellers Service: an organisation of Traveller and settled people working together to provide services to the Traveller men and women, Traveller families, and Traveller young people and children, many of whom are in crisis.

  • Irish Traveller Movement: a national network of organisations and individuals working within the Traveller community, consisting of a partnership between Travellers and settled people committed to seeking full equality for Travellers in Irish society.

  • The Equality Authority: an independent body set up under the Employment Equality Act 1998 to protect against discrimination in Ireland on the grounds of gender, civil status, family status, age, disability, race, sexual orientation, religious belief and membership of the Traveller Community.

  • Equality Commission for Northern Ireland: an independent public body established under the Northern Ireland Act 1998 to advance equality, promote equality of opportunity, encourage good relations and challenge discrimination through promotion, advice and enforcement.

  • Irish Refugee Council: Ireland’s only national non-governmental organisation which specialises in working with and for refugees in Ireland.

  • EIL Intercultural Learning: an Irish "not for profit" organisation which provides intercultural learning opportunities through study abroad, volunteer abroad, language training, travel awards, group educational programmes, and other cultural immersion activities for about 2,000 people each year.

  • European Programme for Integration and Migration: a Network of European Foundations that aims to strengthen the role played by NGOs active on migration and integration issues in advocating for a European agenda that benefits migrants and host communities. This is done through a programme of grant giving, capacity building and networking.

  • Survival for Tribal Peoples: an organization working for tribal peoples’ rights worldwide, working to change racist attitudes towards, and false beliefs about, tribal peoples, and to foster an understanding of, and respect for, tribal peoples and the choices they make about their futures.

  • Forced Migration: provides online access to a diverse range of resources concerning the situation of forced migrants worldwide.

  • United Nations Higher Commission on Refugees (UNHCR): mandated to lead and co-ordinate international action to protect refugees and resolve refugee problems worldwide, with its primary purpose to safeguard the rights and well-being of refugees.

  • One World Week: an opportunity for people from diverse backgrounds to come together to learn about global justice, to spread that learning and to use it to take action for justice locally and globally.