Below is a list of NGOs forming the All Families Matter Coalition, just click the logo to go directly to the website.
A�One Family believes in an Ireland where every family is cherished equally and enjoys the social, financial and legal equality to create their own positive futures. We are working to ensure a positive and equal future for all members of all one-parent families in Ireland a�� changing attitudes, services, policies and lives. Together with one-parent families and those working with them, One Family is committed to achieving equality and respect for all families.
A�Marriage Equality is a not for profit, single issue, national grassroots advocacy organisation whose goal is to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Ireland through the extension of civil marriage rights to same-sex couples.A�Marriage Equality’s visionA�is of an Ireland in which same sex couples, our families and our children enjoy equality.
A�The Family Resource Centre National Forum (FRCNF) is a support network A�for Family Resource Centres throughout Ireland. The aim of the Forum is to represent the views of all FRCs nationally and to provide practical support to FRCs in their work on family support and social inclusion initiatives.
A�Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) is a non-profit organisation supporting the trans community in Ireland. TENI seeks to improve the situation and advance the rights and equality of trans people and their families. Our Vision is an Ireland where trans people are understood, accepted and respected, and can participate fully in all aspects of Irish society.A�
A�Treoir is the national specialist information service for unmarried parents and their children providing clear andA�up-to-date informationA�free of chargeA�to parents who are not married to each other and to those involved withA�them.
A�New Communities Partnership (NCP) is a national network of over 175 ethnic minority-led organisations. The mission of NCP is to be an effective network, representing and empowering ethnic minority-led groups, at all levels, in order to influence positive change in policies that impact on their lives.A�We are working towards an intercultural and inclusive Irish society where immigrant groups are achieving equality in economic, social, political and cultural aspects of Irish life.
A�The mission ofA�BarnardosA�is to challenge and support families, communities, society and government to make Ireland the best place in the world to be a child, focusing specifically on children and young people whose well-being is under threat. OurA�vision is an Ireland where childhood is valued and all children and young people are cherished equally.
A�The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) is Irelanda��s leading independent human rights watchdog, which monitors, educates and campaigns in order to secure full enjoyment of human rights for everyone.