Young Women’s Christian Association Ireland

YWCA Ireland (Young Women’s Christian Association of Ireland) is a national membership- based women’s organisation and registered charity affiliated with the World YWCA movement. The Association is ‘all island’ and is formed by 5 local associations in Dublin, Greystones, Monaghan, Newcastle (Co. Down) and Lisburn that provide a wide range of activities including youth work, faith activities, children’s clubs, mothers and toddlers, lunch clubs, accommodation provision and awareness raising activities. At a national level YWCA Ireland seeks to support and encourage women as they lead change in our society. Key priorities include faith,  gender equality, women’s leadership and social justice.

YWCA Movement Global Goal 2035
“By 2035, 100 million young women and girls will transform power structures to create justice, gender equality and a world without violence and war; leading a sustainable YWCA movement, inclusive of all women.” – YWCA Envisioning Goal 2035


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  • Volunteer Opportunity: YWCA Youth and Community SpaceWe are delighted to announce an exciting leadership opportunity for our latest project in Greystones. We are recruiting for a Steering Group to lead our YWCA Youth & Community Space. Are you passionate about creating a space for young people in Greystones?  Do you share our vision for helping young...
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  • Training Day: Gender Sensitive Pastoral CareMarch 9th | 64 Lower Baggot street, D2 | 9am-4pm Join us for our next training day about ‘Gender sensitive pastoral care’. We will discuss the theology of pastoral care, have young women share from their experience, learn about the resources and tools available to equip yourself to care for...
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  • Supporting Young Women Leaders in UkraineSisterhood and partnership have been important values of the YWCA movement since its founding in the 1800’s. The YWCA story is one of women working together intentionally across international, economic, racial and social boundaries to make their communities better, safer places for women and girls. As our work in Ireland...
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