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Get Ireland Walking

Get Ireland Walking is a national initiative that aims to maximise the number of people participating in walking – for health, wellbeing and fitness – throughout Ireland.

Get Ireland Active!

The aim of the National Physical Activity Plan is to increase physical activity levels across the whole population. It aims to create a society which facilitates people whether at home at work or at play to lead an active way …


Cara is a national pan-disability sport organisation providing a collaborative and partnership platform to increase sport and physical activity opportunities for people with disabilities across Ireland.

National Physical Activity Guidelines

This Healthy Ireland website offers the Department of Health’s physical activity guidelines. Acknowledging that regular physical activity is key to getting and staying healthy. Their guidelines include recommendations for children and young people as well as adults, people with disabilities …

Healthy Weight Campaign

Healthy Ireland’s Healthy Weight campaign is one in a series of national measures to help you manage your weight. The aim of the campaign is to support your health by sharing information about behaviours that can affect your weight.

Smarter Travel Programme

Transport For Ireland’s Smarter Travel is a national voluntary behaviour change programme, supporting employers and third level institutions to implement voluntary Travel Plans. These plans focus on promoting and encouraging staff and students to sustainably and actively commute and beyond, …

Promoting Physical activity at work

This is a guide developed by Northern Ireland’s Public Health Agency. It’s a valuable guide for employers detailing the actions that can be taken to promote physical activity at work.

Healthy Communities Programme

The Sláintecare Healthy Communities Programme aims to provide increased health and wellbeing services in priority community areas across Ireland. These initiatives will be delivered through partnership working with a range of partners (HSE, local authorities and community groups) working together …