RT @EAPNIreland: "Almost all the closures were of social policy organisations at a time when the greatest economic one of them all was crea…Read More
Thinking of my dear friend Moraene Roberts today and her family. A real anti-poverty campaigner @ATD4thWorld Missing your gentle wisdom. https://t.co/1zQKDpBtagRead More
RT @SVP_Ireland: Important evidence from the UK showing the impact of lockdown on low income families.This would match @SVP_Ireland experi…Read More
Powerful participatory research report from Ireland documents #discrimination against people just because they live in #poverty #kNOwPoverty #StopPoverty #EndPovertyRead More
RT @ATDIreland: @ATDIreland is seeking a motivated person to join their small and dynamic team for a 3 month internship. Please see job de…Read More
RT @ATD_Europe: #SharingIsCaring This is a tweet for our friends in Ireland!Make some noise to support @ATDIreland as the team in Dublin is…Read More
RT @MccoySelina: The @ESRIDublin research has highlighted key priorities to prepare for further school closures. How many of these have bee…Read More
RT @baldoyle55: 5 things COVID-19 has taught us about inequality | World Economic Forum @SVP_Ireland @ATDIreland @EAPNIreland @Spark…Read More
@ATDIreland is seeking a motivated person to join their small and dynamic team for a 3 month internship. Please see job description attached for further details #endpoverty #volunteeringRead More
We hope you all have a lovely festive break and looking forward to a better 2021 Peace and light From all at @ATDIreland https://t.co/TtfvphPMWlRead More
What we do?
All Together in Dignity – ATD Fourth World is an international human-rights movement that works through grass-roots projects in partnership with people living in poverty. All around the world, it remains focused on constantly reaching out to the most vulnerable families, those who have a long history of poverty and educational disadvantage even in the so-called developed countries.
For the past 20 years, ATD in Ireland has been close to family members facing persistent poverty and struggling daily to live in dignity. ATD welcomes everyone. It unites people whatever their origin, social status, culture or beliefs to fight against poverty. In building trust, solidarity and friendship, all have a place to realize their full and best potential. By working together and learning from each other, everyone is free to express themselves without being judged.
ATD Ireland Dublin Team
Full-time Dublin team: Dann Kenningham (national co-ordinator), Mary McMurchie, Stewart McMurchie, Ciara Margolis, Olga Lacey and Paul Uzell.
ATD staff members (all are members of ATD International Volunteers Corps) agree on a salary that is decided upon together and which is the same for everyone within the same country, regardless of seniority or responsibility. For Ireland in 2018, this salary is the minimum legal wage (36 hours a week) and is €18,000 gross a year along with the possiblity of health insurance.
In order to contribute to the advent of a society where everyone may be included, ATD Fourth World provided
itself with reference features that stem from its long term commitment to the poorest populations. Some of
these characteristics specifically direct its financial ethics
Read more: ATD Charter of financial ethics
ATD Fourth World-Ireland is a company limited by guarantee not having a share capital, registered in Dublin.
Registered Number 475746
The Company has charitable status: Registered Charity Number 20072131
(Visit ATD’s page on the Charity Regulation Authority Website)
Revenue Charity Number: CHY 18678
Registered Office: 30 Mountjoy Square East, Dublin 1, D01 K2F6
30 Mountjoy Square East, Dublin 1, D01 K2F6
Directors: Elaine Phelan (Chairperson), Juliette Pechenart (Treasurer), Marie Williams (Company Secretary), Isabelle Pypaert-Perrin (ATD International), Laoise Talty, Maurice Hurley, Hugh Frazer, Robbie Gilligan and Pat O’ Gorman.
ATD Ireland is member of the Coalition 2030, Dóchas, the Children’s Rights Alliance, the Community Platform, the ESC Rights Initiative, the Irish 17 October Committee, IDEA, EAPN Ireland, Social Justice Ireland, the Wheel and the International Movement ATD Fourth World.