Activists + Innovators Series: Blessing Dada

In our live series, Activists + Innovators, we speak with Blessing Dada, a 21-year-old mental health advocate who campaigns for intersectional approaches to mental health and learn more about how we can #RISEUP for mental health reform.

Questions on housing: What does art have to do with housing and cities?

As we analyse the Government’s recent plan to address the housing crisis, this three part series aims to consider what questions are worth asking ourselves surrounding housing, and why.

Questions on housing: Could we be the “architects” of affordable housing?

As we analyse the Government’s recent plan to address the housing crisis, this three part series aims to consider what questions are worth asking ourselves surrounding housing, and why.

Questions on housing: What does housing mean to us?

As we analyse the Government’s recent plan to address the housing crisis, this three part series aims to consider what questions are worth asking ourselves surrounding housing, and why.

Hong Kong protester convicted in first trial under harsh security law

On the 30th of June 2020 Chinese legislators unanimously passed a new national security law which asserts jurisdiction over those who are not residents of Hong Kong and those who had never set foot within its borders.

Stand.ie was set up in 2014 in response to the desire among students and young people in Ireland to learn more about justice and equality issues and take action. Our participants come from a range of backgrounds but all have one thing in common: the desire to bring about positive change in the world. We are a programme by the not-for-profit organisation Suas Educational Development.

OUR PROJECTS

WE BELIEVE IN

Standing against
injustice and inequality in all its forms

People in Ireland and all over the globe are fighting for a more equal and just society. We are committed to sharing their stories and adding our voices to theirs.

Standing together
with those who are oppressed

Millions of people worldwide are facing intolerance and persecution, fleeing violence and war, living in poverty and dying of hunger. We are committed to showing solidarity with them.

Standing up
for a better, fairer world.

Our actions have the power to change the world. We are committed to exploring the ways in which we can all come together as global citizens to take action for social and environmental justice.

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