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MSL supports over 125 students’ organisations and their student lead societies in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and UAE with unrivalled digital member engagement resources. The MSL System includes all the tools for society committees to:


  • Manage website content

  • Promote activities

  • Put on events

  • Sell tickets

  • Support volunteers

  • Encourage and reward skills

  • Message members

  • Run an online shop

And it’s underpinned by secure member data, dashboards and comprehensive reporting as standard to keep track of activities and to celebrate achievements!


The Union of Students in Ireland is the national representative body for third-level students' unions in Ireland. Founded in 1959, USI represents more than 374,000 students in over forty colleges across the island of Ireland.

Established in 1975, Comhlámh is a member and supporter organisation open to anyone interested in social justice, human rights and global development issues.

Comhlámh works to mobilise for an equitable and sustainable world. 

Some of the key issues with which Comhlámh engages include:

  • Overseas volunteering,

  • Trade justice,

  • Development education,

  • Anti-racism activities



Partridge Peartree Promotions Ltd have been operating for 30 years as the award winning, foremost promotional company in Northern Ireland.

PPP Ltd has a wealth of experience in the supply of branded promotional products offering exceptional service coupled with competitive pricing and world wide sourcing.


The Green-Campus Programme has been in operation in Ireland since 2007. At present 43 Campuses are formally registered on the Programme, with nineteen awarded the Green Flag including two hospital sites.


The Green-Campus Programme encourages a partnership approach to environmental education, management and action in third level institutions. The Programme primarily aims to ensure that members of a campus community can engage in a meaningful way to enhance sustainability on campus. It must be noted that the Green-Campus Programme does not reward specific environmental projects or implementation of a new technology. Rather it rewards long term commitment to continuous improvement from the campus community.


The programme is operated and coordinated by the Environmental Education Unit of An Taisce – the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) member for Ireland.


Mental Health Ireland was founded in 1966 on the recommendation of the Commission on Mental Illness.
Today, they are a leading provider of mental health promotion in the voluntary sector. Mental Health Ireland has been an innovator in the promotion of positive mental health and wellbeing in Ireland for almost half a century.

currently they provide immediate help to people going through a mental health or emotional crisis through their 'Text 50808' programme, a free 24/7 support service.

Mental Health Ireland believes in an Ireland where mental health is valued as being an essential part of personal wellbeing and the health of the nation.
Their network of Mental Health Associations promote positive mental health and support people with mental
health difficulties within their own communities.

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