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At Habitat for Humanity, we believe that every man, woman and child should have a safe place to live. We believe that simple homes save lives. Families are healthier, children do better in school and parents have a chance to earn a stable income. Habitat advocates to improve access to affordable shelter and support funding […]
A video that creatively examines the environmental life cycle of soap has won this year’s Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ‘The Story of Your Stuff’ competition. The project, entered by Caoimhe Higgins and Katherine Mooney from St Andrew’s College in Booterstown, Dublin, looks at the history of soap manufacture, the effect of soap and its plastic […]
The new Europass platform featuring an online e-Portfolio is now available and made up of a set of online tools to help users communicate their skills, qualifications and experiences and manage their career in a fast changing world. Europass is an important element of the European Skills Agenda taking a first step in delivering on […]
17 year old Julie Reddan is encouraging young people to get involved with Habitat for Humanity, after returning from an inspiring experience supporting the organisation’s work in Romania. Julie spent two weeks in Comanesti, working beside local people to build homes for the most vulnerable communities. Funds raised in Ireland are supporting those families most […]
The Bank of Ireland Money Smarts Challenge teaches and tests the financial literacy of Ireland’s secondary school students. In November 2019, Bank of Ireland launched the Money Smarts Challenge, a new secondary school competition that sees students learn essential Financial Wellbeing skills while competing for the chance to win the top prize of €25,000 for […]