Research Partners

Barnardo's

Amplifying Voices: working with children and their families to make their voices heard 

 

 

 

 

 

Children's Law Centre

Using the law to promote, protect and realise children's rights

 

Children's Rights Alliance

Working with 100+ organisations to promote children’s rights

 

EPIC (Empowering People In Care)

Working with children who are in care or have been in care

 

 

 

 

 

Include Youth

Promoting the rights and best interests of young people at risk

Irish Penal Reform Trust

Working to reform the prison service, including youth justice and children of prisoners

Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

Working to promote children’s rights and well-being

 

National Women's Council of Ireland

The Y factor – working to promote awareness of gender equality among young people

Spun Out

Giving young people an online platform where their voices can be heard

 

 

Northside Partnership

Young Community Leaders Programme: Supporting and training young people to become leaders in their communities

 

Playboard Northern Ireland

The leading agency for the development and promotion of children and young people's play in Northern Ireland

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                             

Public Achievement

Youth focused civic education organisation supporting young people to do real work on real issues in their communities

 

 

WIMPS (Where Is My Public Servant?)                      

A project run by and for young people on how to make politics & citizenship more relevant to young people (associated w/ Public Achievement) 

          

Social Entrepreneurs Ireland

Youth Civic Action Initiative “Wave Change”: Supports young people in making social change 

 Start Strong

Working for children’s rights to early years care and education

 

  VOYPIC

Giving young people in care a voice by building capacity advocacy, participation and policy work

 

 

 Youth Action Northern Ireland

Working with young people to support them as active and equal citizens whose voices are heard, respected and valued