Two reporters from an Irish men’s magazine participate in The Landmark Forum and review the course.
A project uniting organ donor recipients and families of donors brought peace to both groups while sharing the difference that organ donation can make in people’s lives.
Landmark Education SELP leader Olivia Seery recently returned from a charity trek to Nepal which raised funds for Ireland’s largest children’s charity.
A landmark Education Graduate and philanthropist was an Olympic torch bearer in Northern Ireland – then he sent the torch to tour Ireland after the Summer Olympic Games.
Leading newspaper The Irish Daily mail has written a feature article about Landmark Education and The Landmark Forum.
Oliva Seery, who leads Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program in Ireland, took on climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in order to raise money for Ireland’s largest children’s charity.
While taking Landmark Education’s Self Expression and Leadership Program, Claire McBride created a unique social networking website, Mangetwo, that brings together food lovers in a variety of activities. The Irish News was impressed. Power to People, 11/29/08 A day […]
Bill Liao is a leader in the social networking industry, having been involved with the creation of xing.com, a leading business-to-business social networking portal. As a self-described “serial philanthropist and entrepreneur,” or “philanthropeur,” Liao has now turned his attention […]
The self-expression and leadership program project of Annette Cullen was featured this spring on Dublin People, a site run by one of the largest newspaper publishers in Ireland. Cullen’s project involved her running a marathon to raise at least 10,000 […]
A project created last year in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program in Ireland last year was featured in the Annual Review of Barnardos, Ireland’s largest independent children’s charity. A woman named Olivia created a 10k fundraising walk and run to […]
Little did I know that my Self-Expression and Leadership Programme Project, World Community Day, which was held in Sligo, Ireland, in the Autumn of 2005, would have such far reaching effects. My commitment was to have the many new immigrants be formally welcomed […]
When Brian Langan had to choose a project for his Self-Expression and Leadership Programme, it seemed natural to choose a book project. Brian works as an editor for a publishing company, and is himself a writer, having had a novel […]
Anne Moore has found a unique way to make a difference for cancer patients: She has founded New Hairizons, an organization that raises money for superior quality wigs for those undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Anne, who is a hair salon owner and […]
When Garda Sgt. Sarah Hargadon participated in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Programme in Ireland she created ‘Talk 2 Me’ sponsored walks which were aimed at heightening awareness of suicide and its devasting impact on families. ‘In spite of there being more suicides than road […]
Alison McDuff, a participant in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Programme, has been living in the North Dublin seaside town of Skerries for several years. Skerries harbour is a major landing port for Dublin Bay prawns and in season is […]
Eileen MacEochiadh has been a guide at Florence Court House for 6 years. On a recent visit to South Africa to see her son, she was moved by the work being done at the Sisulu Paediatric Cardiac Centre for Africa. […]
The growth of the Irish economy over the last 20 years has led to an immigration boom. For the first time in modern history Ireland is becoming a multicultural society. With this change there have been misunderstandings that have led […]
While Aidan Flanagan was participating in the Landmark Self Expression and Leadership Program he created contest among schools in Northern Ireland called “Don’t Be a Litterbug”. The purpose of the contest was to have students and their families take on […]
In an increasingly multicultural Ireland, there are many SELP projects that endevour to cross cultural divides. This is one that was covered in the The Irish Daily Star WORLD’S UNITED ONE STREET, 26 COUNTRIES, 200 PEOPLE AND A BIG CELEBRATION […]