‘When we start to act, hope is everywhere’ – the significance of these words by Greta Thunberg cannot be underestimated, that’s why we have chosen them to guide us through 2022. Continue reading “Afri Calendar 2022”
(L-R) Joe Murray of Afri with Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire and Rob Fairmichael of INNATE at the lauch of The Downpatrick Declaration. 07.12.21 (Photo by Roger Whelan) Continue reading “Downpatrick Declaration”
Ireland has some part in the arms industry, as evidenced by an event being hosted by the Department of Defence this month in the Aviva Stadium, writes Joe Murray, co-ordinator of Afri — Action From Ireland Continue reading “Cop26 failed to consider war industry’s part in climate crisis”
Join us on Wednesday, November 17th from 9:45am to 3.00pm for our Annual Virtual Hedge School 2021. The event is organised in partnership with third-year students of the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Community Development and Youth Work course in TU Dublin – Blanchardstown Continue reading “Afri Hedge School 2021”
Afri presents the Annual Famine Walk 2021 in association with Trócaire.
The Famine Walk normally takes place in the Doolough Valley in County Mayo and has been attended by hundreds of people every year since 1988. Continue reading “Virtual Famine Walk 2021 – Talks, Music and Poetry”
On April 23rd, Afri will host the online launch of three excellent educational resources. Teachers and other interested parties are welcome to attend this free event, which is supported by WorldWise Global Schools. To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This year’s Féile Bríde notice comes to you with the unsurprising news that we will not be able to gather this February in the lovely surrounds of Solas Bhríde in Kildare. We will miss the fáilte and the hospitality that we’ve experienced from our Brigidine friends and Cáirde Bríde, there – and elsewhere in Kildare – every year since our first event, Brigid, Prophetess, Earthwoman, Peacemaker, back in 1993.
We have compiled a Calendar for 2021 with some suggestions as to how we can work towards a more sustainable world.
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