Resources

Men’s – Development

BTEI Ė the Back to Education Initiative

Department of Education and Skills, Marlborough St., Dublin 1.
Phone: (01) 889 6400

provides part-time further education programmes for young people and adults. The aim of BTEI is to give people who would like to return to learning the opportunity to update their skills and knowledge in a flexible way. This means that people can combine a return to learning with family and other commitments.


Engage Project, Wexford

Ardcavan Business Park, Ardcavan, Wexford
Phone: (053) 912 3799

is an inter-agency project led by the Community Education Section of Co. Wexford VEC. It has a general aim of training men to work or volunteer in the community, thus attending to the gender imbalance of workers in the area and working towards ensuring sustainable menís community activity in Co Wexford. Its specific academic aim is to equip learners with the skills, knowledge and competence to work and engage with socially excluded or marginalised men in the community.


Men Alone in No Man’s Land (MAIN)

22a Summerhill Court, Summerhill, Dublin 1,
Phone: (01) 8984026

Do you feel you have nowhere to go? Do you feel separated from your family, community and other social networks?


Men as Learners and Elders (MALES)


Phone: (085) 118 9014
(087) 148 1197

Directs men in lifelong spiritual learning; trains men as elders; maintains an ongoing relationship with participants; provides men’s rites of passage and develops additional rites as needed.


Men’s Action Network (MAN)

2 Dacre Terrace, Derry, BT48 6JU, Northern Ireland
Phone: From Republic (048) 7137 7777

Promotes men’s health, crisis support, self-awareness and self-development.


Men’s Development Network

30 O’Connell St., Waterford
Phone: (051) 844 260/1

Promotes better lives for men, better lives for all. It works locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.


Men’s Work Ireland

8 Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2
Phone: (01) 296 2839

helps release the courage, authenticity, communication skills, wisdom, respect, and zest for life that is within all men.


Rainmaker Studio, Limerick

Rainmaker Studio, Garranmore, Pallasgrean, Co. Limerick
Phone: (086) 107 7833

Men gather with a common purpose: to grow through creating a safe, secure space where they can share life experiences, explore a deeper meaning of life and search for truth, learn from each other, and explore and challenge the male stereotype that prevails in our culture.


Wheel, The

Irish Social Finance Centre, 10 Grattan Crescent, Inchicore, Dublin 8
Phone: (01) 454 8727

provides support and representation for the community and voluntary sector.


Young Menís Studies, Centre for.

the University of Ulster promotes the voice, needs, and interests of young men through action research, training, and the dissemination of learning. Contact: Ken Harland.


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