Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI)

The Museum of Literature Ireland is dedicated to a vision of Irish culture which is truly representative of modern Ireland, a goal we can only achieve through continued meaningful engagement with local and wider communities from all socio-economic backgrounds. Since opening in September 2019, MoLI’s commitment to UN Sustainable Development Goals has been brought to life through the museum’s broad-reaching exhibitions, diverse digital output and innovative education programmes.





Type of organisation:

NGO/ community-based organisation/ charity


  • Arts and Culture
  • Education and training
  • Gender and sexuality
  • Heritage
  • Social inclusion
  • Sustainable development
  • Young people / youth work


  • Development of education and training materials and programmes
  • Digitalization
  • European learning networks and exchanges
  • Community outreach and engagement
  • Cultural and artistic innovation
  • Research

EU Project Experience

No experience

This organisation is new to EU funding and will be supported by the Access Europe team.

EU Funding Goals

As a new, landmark museum, MoLI is eager to build a network pan-European of like-minded institutions, actively collaborate and learn alongside our peers in the cultural sector and beyond.


MoLI celebrates Ireland’s internationally-renowned literary culture and heritage from the past to the present, inspiring the next generation to create, read and write.

Immersive multimedia exhibitions, priceless artefacts, performances, free-to-access children’s education programmes, cutting-edge digital broadcasting and research facilities make MoLI a focal point for the local and international literary landscape, in recognising the need for a democratic, collaborative and creative social space that will not only reflect, but celebrate the diversity of modern Ireland.


Contact Name:

Zoe Brady

Job Title:

Fundraising and Finance Officer

Email Address:
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