Afri (organisation)

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Afri (Action from Ireland) is a Dublin-based NGO that promotes human rights, peace, justice and environmentalism, especially in the Global South, with a focus on injustice caused by conflict. Its patron is Archbishop Desmond Tutu.[1] It runs an annual hedge school at different places around Ireland, and an annual walk to commemorate the Great Hunger at Doolough in south County Mayo. It is a member of the International Peace Bureau and Dóchas. It plans an initiate a national “active citizenship” campaign in 2010 as it says “traditional sources of authority have proven to be ineffective”.[2] Its offices are in Phibsboro.

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Its mission is the promotion of global justice and peace, and the reduction of poverty; this includes, but is not limited to, the progressive reduction of global militarisation

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