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Amnesty

DU Amnesty International is the Trinity College Dublin branch of Amnesty International


Cancer Society

Our aim as a society is to bring a positive and inclusive attitude to the fight against cancer.


Environmental Society

The Environmental Society aims to promote awareness of and engagement with environmental issues through workshops, talks, film screenings and more.


Free Legal Advice Centre (FLAC)

Trinity FLAC is TCD's branch of the Free Legal Advice Centres Ltd. We seek to promote the principles of social justice and human rights through our activities. We run free legal advice clinics every Tuesday at 7pm in the Atrium. If you would like to speak to a qualifie


Gender Equality Society (DUGES)

The DU Gender Equality Society aims to raise awareness of and continue the on-campus conversation on feminism and gender related issues. We aspire to foster and encourage social change and student activism, and to achieve this through a wide range of social and educatio


Global Development Society

Trinity Global Development Society was established in 2013 with the aim of providing students with a platform to discuss and engage with the global challenges that we face. The society aims to empower members of the college community with the knowledge and resources to


Suas

Suas is your one-stop shop for global volunteering and activism. We run educational volunteer programmes to India, Zambia and the Refugee Camp in Calais every year. We also have great events here in college! From our magazine, Stand, to our film festival, 8x8, we are th


Vegan Society

DU Vegan Society is Trinity’s new community for vegans, vegetarians and anyone interested in our lifestyle.


Vincent de Paul

The VDP is Trinity's largest charity society, and home to some of college's friendliest folk.


Voluntary Tuition Programme

The Voluntary Tuition Programme (VTP) is a partnership between St. Andrew’s Resource Centre and Trinity students whose aim is to promote education as an enjoyable learning experience for children and young people in the inner-city area regardless of their socio-economic backgrounds.