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Join and Safe Ireland at The Safe World Summit 2018

Join us for two days of talks and discussion on how we can make Ireland and the world a safer and more equal place

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Do you wish Ireland and the world were safe and equal? Join and Safe Ireland for two days of revolutionary thinking on issues of gender, inclusion, diversity, equality, peace, justice, safety, wellbeing, and courageous leadership. and Safe Ireland invite young people from across the country to The Safe World Summit 2018, October 22 & 23 in Dublin. Together we believe it is possible to make our homes and communities free of gender based violence, but we need the help of young people to make this dream a reality.

Safe World Summit 2018

The Safe World Summit 2018 is a unique leadership and personal development event which is set to inspire and transform the lives of those in attendance and well beyond. The Summit will bring together some of the worlds brightest leaders to discuss, collaborate and debate how we change culture and transform the response to domestic violence to help make Ireland the safest country in the world.

Are you between the age of 16-25 years old, living in Ireland, and would like to attend The Safe World Summit 2018?

Any young person 16-25 years old in Ireland, regardless of their experience with or knowledge of these issues, is welcome to register to attend the Safe World Summit.

Subject to numbers and funding, we can provide travel expenses to and from Dublin, as well as two nights of accommodation so that you can participate in the event, which will be held at The Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin 2.

What will I get out of attending The Safe World Summit 2018?

  • Two days of inspirational speeches, performances, and discussions by speakers, thinkers, advocates, activists, and artists from all over the world
  • Opportunities for collaboration and personal development with like minded thinkers and advocates on issues of gender based violence and beyond
  • Funding for travel to and from the event if you live outside of Dublin (this is for Ireland residents only)
  • Stay in hostel accommodation for two nights (Sunday October 21st & Monday October 22nd) if needed, in order to attend The Summit on Monday October 22nd and Tuesday October 23rd

Register now to attend the event free of charge by filling out this form here, as spots and funding are limited.

I am a young activist, changemaker, and/or artist. How can I participate in The Summit beyond just attending?

We believe your voices, viewpoints, and experiences are necessary for The Summit to be a success. This is why we are inviting young people who are interested in attending to also contribute to the The Summit by speaking and/or performing.

If you are interested in participating in The Summit, either as an individual or group, with talks, spoken word, panel discussion, movement, music, or other art forms, you may register your interest on page two of the sign up form here. and Safe Ireland will be holding Saturday sessions leading up to the event to gather and prepare people who might be interested in participating, helping them to gain the skills and confidence to potentially contribute during the two days. We will also be holding a follow up event the Saturday after The Summit, October 27th, to hear what you took away from the two days and what you’d like to see happen going forward. and Safe Ireland hope you will join us for this global gathering of thought leaders, innovators, and status quo disruptors, so that together we can understand new ways to heal, build resilience and restore the balance of equality. If you have further questions or concerns please email

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Published September 7th, 2018
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