Big News from Narrative 4

Narrative 4 Ireland’s “Boys’ Stories” Explores What it Means to be a Man

Mar 20, 2018
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What does it mean to be a man in the twenty-first century? In Limerick, Narrative 4 Ireland’s “Boys’ Stories” partnered primary school boys with men in their community to explore questions and stereotypes about masculinity. According to N4 Ireland Regional Director James Lawlor, “There was so much wisdom in the room. The participants learned that…

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Read N4 Ireland’s Annual Report 2018

Mar 18, 2018
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“Limerick has always been a big-hearted town. And story-telling has always been at the centre of what propels Irish people. Since we have opened three years ago, we have worked with tens of thousands of young people; all eager to tap into their creativity and tell their stories. The Story Exchange allows us to see…

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Empathy Education is as Important as Math or STEM

Mar 17, 2018
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Our European Director, Ruairí McKiernan, recently spoke with The Irish Times about the need for increased empathy and the work of Narrative 4: “I was attracted to it because I feel something is missing in society that offers a space of the soul, time for people to stop, pause, reflect and connect,” says McKiernan. “It’s…

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Limerick City Tidy Towns Winner 2017

Aug 14, 2017
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Our Empathy Centre won the Limerick City Tidy Towns overall building of the year in 2017! The award recognized the renovation of a disused library space into a 21st century civic space.

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