SARI PARTNERS

SARI is a member of the following organisations:
  • Amnesty International: Amnesty International is dedicated to the protection of the fundamental human rights guaranteed to each one of us by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
  • Anna Lindh Foundation: Since 2005, the Anna Lindh Foundation's purpose has been to bring people together from across the Mediterranean to improve mutual respect between cultures.
  • Beyond Sport: Beyond Sport is a global organisation that promotes, develops, and supports the use of sport to create positive social change across the world.
  • Dóchas: Dóchas is the association of Irish Non-Governmental Development Organisations.
  • European Network Against Racism: ENAR combats racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, promotes equality for all and links local/regional/national initiatives with EU initiatives.
  • FARE: FARE works at the local, national and international levels to bring together all those interested in combating discrimination in football.
  • FIFA's Football For Hope Programme: Launched by FIFA in 2005, Football For Hope is an initiative contributing to social development around the world.
  • GAA Inclusion, Diversity and Integration: Club Integration promotes the amalgamation of all GAA Clubs into one overarching Gaelic Athletic Club with all members having a sense of ownership and responsibility for the promotion of Gaelic Games, culture and identity.
  • No Hate Speech Movement: A youth campaign to reduce the levels of acceptance of hate speech and to develop online youth participation and citizenship, including in Internet governance processes.
  • sportanddev.org: sportanddev.org is the international platform on sport and development. It is an online resource and communication tool with the goal of improving Sport & Development practice.
  • streetfootballworld: streetfootballworld supports a worldwide network of organisations that use football as a tool to empower disadvantaged young people by engaging private and public partners to create social change.
  • The Stop Child Labour Campaign (Concern): Concern's Stop Child Labour Campaign seeks to eliminate child labour through the provision of full-time education.
  • Turn Off the Red Light: Turn Off The Red Light (TORL) is a campaign to end prostitution and sex trafficking in Ireland now. We are campaigning to criminalise the purchase of sex.
  • United for Intercultural Action: UNITED is a network of 560 organisations from 46 European countries dedicated to working against nationalism, racism and fascism and in support of migrants and refugees.
  • SARI partners include:
  • Africa Centre: Their mission is to facilitate the meaningful inclusion of African people in all social, political and economic aspects of life in Ireland. We strive to promote a balanced and fair representation of Africa and its people among people in Ireland.
  • African Students Association of Ireland: National association of students for people associated with Africa.
  • Benjamin Zephaniah: Benjamin Zephaniah is a writer, musician, poet and activist.
  • Black History Month Ireland: An annual festival of black history.
  • Cairde: Cairde works to tackle health inequalities among ethnic minority communities.
  • Concern Worldwide: Concern is an international humanitarian organisation dedicated to tackling poverty and suffering in the world’s poorest countries.
  • Citizens Information Centre Dublin: With Centres around Dublin they provide information about social welfare, housing, education, and more.
  • Crusaders FC: Crusaders FC are a football club in Northern Ireland.
  • Educate Together: Educate Together is an independent NGO that runs schools that guarantee equality of access and esteem to children irrespective of their social, cultural or religious background.
  • Equality Commission for Northern Ireland: ECNI's mission is to advance equality, promote equality of opportunity, encourage good relations and challenge discrimination.
  • Football Unites Racism Divides: FURD is a youth and social inclusion project which works locally, nationally and internationally to combat racism.
  • Glentoran FC: Glentoran FC are a football club in Northern Ireland.
  • Global Institute Of Physical Literacy: Educate on the importance of physical literarcy in the lives of young people.
  • HIV Ireland: HIV Ireland operates under an ethos of equality and is committed to making a positive contribution towards a humane and just society.
  • Immigrant Council of Ireland: the Immigrant Council of Ireland is a voice in securing improved rights and protections which benefit Irish citizens, migrants and their families.
  • Irish Human Rights & Equality Commission: Their purpose is to protect and promote human rights and equality in Ireland. They aim to build a welcoming organisation that nurtures a culture of respect for human rights, equality and intercultural understanding across society.
  • Irish Refugee Council: The IRC works with and for those in the asylum system who are applying to be recognised as refugees.
  • Sport Ireland: Sport Ireland plans, leads and co-ordinates the sustainable development of competitive and recreational sport in Ireland.
  • Irish Table Tennis Association: ITTA is the National Governing Body for the sport of Table Tennis in Ireland and is responsible for the management and overall development of all areas of the sport throughout the island.
  • Irish Youth Foundation: The mission of IYF is to provide opportunities for children and young people facing adverse and extreme conditions to experience success in their lives.
  • Kick it Out: Kick It Out works throughout the football, educational and community sectors to challenge discrimination, encourage inclusive practices and work for positive change.
  • Kip Keino Foundation: Former Kenyan Olympian has established a sports center and orphanage in Kenya
  • Metro Éireann: Metro Éireann is Ireland's first and only weekly multicultural newspaper set up by two Nigerian journalists in 2000.
  • Mo Farah Foundation: The Mo Farah Foundation dedicates itself to improving the lives of underprivileged and impoverished communities on both sides of the world.
  • Migrant Rights Centre Ireland: MRCI is a national organisation working to promote justice, empowerment and equality for migrant workers and their families.
  • National Youth Council of Ireland: NYCI represents and supports the interests of around 50 voluntary youth organisations and uses its experience to act on issues that impact on young people.
  • National Women's Council of Ireland: With 200 member organisations, the NWCI's mission is to achieve women's equality and empower women to work together to remove inequalities.
  • New Communities Partnership: NCP is an independent national network of 165 immigrant led groups comprising of 75 nationalities dedicated to supporting and strengthening ethnic minority communities.
  • Nil By Mouth: Nil by Mouth is a Scottish charity, existing for the sole purpose of achieving a society free from sectarianism where cultural and religious diversity is respected and celebrate by everyone.
  • Samuel Eto'o Foundation: Their goal is the protection of children and
    young people, providing emergency aid and encouraging education, basic health and social inclusion for the disadvantaged.
  • SPIRASI: SPIRASI is a humanitarian, intercultural, non-governmental organisation that works with asylum seekers, refugees and other disadvantaged migrant groups, with special concern for survivors of torture.
  • Sport in Action Zambia: Sport In Action (SIA) is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) whose purpose is to improve people’s quality of life through sport and recreational activities.
  • Trócaire: Trócaire works in over 20 countries to help communities and families free themselves from the oppression of poverty.
  • UEFA: The Union of European Football Associations is the governing body of football in Europe.
  • UNESCO: UNESCO was created in 1945 to build networks among nations that enable humanity's moral and intellectual solidarity.
  • UNICEF: Working in over 150 countries across the world, UNICEF is committed to finding the best and most cost-effective ways to save children's lives, providing health care, nutrition and education to help every child realise their full potential.
  • UNITAS: The mission of UNITAS is to provide a common community platform for integration by culture, arts, sports and support.
  • Volunteering Ireland: Volunteer Ireland is the national volunteer development agency and a support body for over 20 volunteer centres in Ireland.

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