News

16.2.2017
Callout for Children’s Self-Portraits for our Exhibition

Children from all over Ireland invited to send in their self-portraits to be part of our portrait programme and the chance to be part of a special once off gallery of 100 pieces, to be displayed on the railings of Merrion Square Park this month.

12.1.2017
The Ark’s Children’s Council Blog: December

Our last session before Christmas really was absolutely packed!

10.1.2017
Happy New Year! Welcome to 2017 at The Ark.

We would like to wish everyone a happy new year from all of us at The Ark! A huge thank you to everyone who was part of our 2016 adventures and 21st birthday celebrations.

17.12.2016
The Ark’s Children’s Council Blog: November - Being Seen & Heard!

An exciting day as the Council debuted their short film “It’s a Right!”- and welcomed Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton to The Ark!

6.12.2016
Christmas gift ideas at The Ark

Looking for an inspiring present this Christmas? The Ark has the perfect thing!

1.12.2016
The Ark’s Children’s Council Blog: October - It’s a right! Not a wrong!

Did you know that there’s a Universal Children’s Day? Do you know that you have rights?
They were the two big questions that we had for our young people in October and we were really interested to hear what their answers would be.

29.11.2016
#GivingTuesday2016

To mark the launch of The Ark Opportunities Fund we’d like to invite you to make a donation to The Ark for #GivingTuesday on 29 November.

18.11.2016
The Ark Strategy 2017-2020

On 17 November, in front of a gathering of friends, supporters and colleagues, we officially launched the strategy document that will inform and shape the work that we do for the next four years.

14.11.2016
Children Seen & Heard at VIEW 2016

As The Ark turns 21, we were delighted to be invited by Temple Bar Company to curate a programme of child-centred events from cultural organisations within Temple Bar for VIEW: Temple Bar Politics, Arts & Ideas

5.11.2016
Seen & Heard: 21 Years for Children

As both organisations turn 21 this year, The Ark and Children’s Rights Alliance are delighted to be teaming up to present a special public forum surveying the landscape of significant change for children in Ireland during the lifetime of both organisations.