GAA Anti-Bullying Programme

The GAA Tackling Bullying Programme is a resource developed in response to a growing awareness of the Impact of bullying on

May 29th, 2022

Give Respect Get Respect

The GAA Respect Initiative aims to promote positive behaviour and to ensure that an enriching environment is provided for the promotion

May 29th, 2022

Play In My Boots – Mental Fitness

The GAA, in partnership with St. Patrick’s Mental Health Foundation, designed a mental fitness resource to support the emotional well-being

May 29th, 2022

Stop Before you Just Can’t Stop

The GAA’s new gambling awareness campaign, ‘Stop Before You Just Can’t Stop’, is designed to help people recognise behaviours associated

May 29th, 2022

‘Your Game, Your Brain’

The ‘Your Game, Your Brain’ is a new GAA campaign designed to increase awareness of the effects of alcohol on both

May 29th, 2022

GAA Games For ALL

GAA Games For ALL Program and initiatives: The GAA is fully committed to the principles of inclusion and diversity at

March 19th, 2022

HSE esuicideTALK  

esuicideTALK is a one to two-hour online exploration in suicide awareness. The programme is organised around the question “should we

December 8th, 2020

One Good Coach – GAA & Jigsaw

This online workshop is aimed at One Good Adults who coach or train young people within the the Gaelic Games.

December 7th, 2020


The National Office for Suicide Prevention is now delivering online training across the country. For details of training in your

June 3rd, 2020