The 3rd ACCESS dissemination event to take place in Dublin, hosted by the GAA

The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) is looking forward to hosting the next project meeting and the local dissemination event of the ACCESS project in Dublin in April. Project participants will meet in Croke Park stadium, the historical, spiritual and administrative home of the GAA, to advance the Community Engagement work phase of the ACCESS project and to partake in tailor-made training on grassroots sporting engagement for climate action and circularity, focusing on the areas of Mobilisation, Communication and Inclusion

Beside these internal events and milestones, on Wednesday, 10 April the project partners will be joined by city, sporting and academic stakeholders for an open event onto discuss practical strategies for developing capacity and to support sustainability action as grassroots level in sport organisations. Some of Ireland’s leading sports, climate and community leaders will share their expertise and practical experience of issues including climate justice, place-based engagement, and structuring for success.

An event that looks promising in terms of showcasing the best examples of good practice in terms of environmental management in sports, community outreach and engagement, social and environmental responsibility and much more combined – while the complete agenda would be announced soon, with the registrations for this event opening shortly. Do not hesitate to express you interest in joining the event already know by getting in touch with us at

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