CAMPAIGNS

FEATURED CAMPAIGN

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Free The Flow

We believe that when we #FreetheFlow everyone benefits. We’re all held back without menstrual equity. So, we’re asking those who menstruate, and those who don’t, to take action.  Join us to tackle stigma, increase accessibility and sustainability, and reduce the factors that contribute to period poverty. We, as a collective, have the power to change this cycle. 
 

RECENT CAMPAIGNS

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RISE UP

The last 18 months have been tough on everyone. The impacts of a global pandemic have highlighted just how vulnerable - and unequal - life on earth really is. But amidst the darkness, young people across the globe have continued to rise up for change, working towards alleviating inequality, combating climate change and building a kinder, fairer and more sustainable future for all.  
 

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Conscious
Consumption

We live in a consumerist culture, where we value accumulation and abundance. Over the course of the 20th and 21st centuries, capitalism has preserved its momentum by ‘molding the ordinary person into a consumer with an unquenchable thirst for more stuff’.

Decolonise Your Degree

Decolonise Your Degree

Decolonisation of higher education is about freeing academic and student minds from exclusionary ways of thinking and being. But ultimately, the motivation comes from addressing broader social issues of lasting injustice.

Migrant Minds Matter

Migrant

Minds

Matter

Educational experiences are not equal for everyone in Ireland - particularly for those applying for international protection in Ireland's Direct Provision system.

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COVID-19 &

Sustainability

It is our belief that students can be the primary engines of positive change during times of crisis. We're encouraging students to do what they can to support their communities while helping to also maintain a healthy world.

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Taking

Action

for the

SDGs

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals have the power to end poverty, fight inequality and address the urgency of climate change. Everyone, everywhere has a part to play. It is our belief that campuses can be the primary engines of positive change.