Break the Bias

International Women’s Day Message from National President International Women’s Day is being celebrated across the world on  Tuesday 8th March. The theme for this year is Break the Bias. On International Women’s Day women from around the world will Celebrate Women’s Achievements Raise Awareness against bias Take Action for Equality Break the Bias ICA will […]

Recruitment Opportunities

The ICA is a national charitable voluntary organisation founded in 1910. We are a membership-based organisation of 6,000 + women with an emphasis on member-centred governance, underpinned by the Constitution. Our mission is to advance education and benefit the community through the cooperative effort of women coming together in fellowship and friendship and developing their […]

How can you help the crisis in Ukraine?

The Ukrainian crisis is prompting an inspiring display of solidarity and charity both here in Ireland and across the globe. The ICA stands in Solidarity with all those effected by this senseless war. The ICA is particularly conscious of the impact on the most vulnerable in our society, women, children and the elderly, who are […]

International Women’s Day Rally Saturday March 5th 2022 – 12 pm Leinster House

The National Women’s Council (NWC) is holding a rally entitled #NoWomanLeftBehind in Dublin outside the Dáil (Kildare St entrance) on Saturday 5th March at 12pm to call for political leadership and action.  We demand change. This International Women’s Day we are rallying for: an end to violence against women a healthcare system that has women […]

Time to Raise Our Sails

Message from National PresidentAth-bhlian faoi mhaise  Happy New Year “Anois teacht an Earraigh Beidh an lá ag dul chun síneadh Is tar éis na féile Bríde Ardóidh mé mo sheol” Now with the coming of spring The days will grow longer And after St Brigid’s Day I will raise my sail This song by the […]

Nollaig na mBan Shona daoibh go léir

Epiphany is celebrated by Christians around the world on the 6th January, marking the visit of the three wise men bringing gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. There was an old Irish belief that when Christmas came to an end at midnight on Nollaig na mBan, well water briefly turned to wine, rushes turned to […]