Corporate Talks and Clothing

Human Collective love bringing their message of equality to some of Ireland's largest multinationals, educational institutions and special interest groups.

We can work with you to provide your staff and members with co-branded sustainable clothing or curate keynote talks using our network of experienced thought leaders, activists and special guests.

Meet some of our amazing speakers below, and check out our entire range here

Keynote Talks

We provide bespoke speakers for subjects such as Mental Health, Resilience, Pride Month, Black History, Neurodiversity and Disability.

  • Diversity and Inclusion seminars
  • Unconscious Bias tutorials
  • Corporate wellness support
  • Fireside Discussions

Sustainable Clothing

We provide a wide selection of Co-Branded Sustainable Clothing for a range of corporate fulfillment needs.

  • Co-Branded Pride clothing
  • New Employee Starter Packs
  • Employee Engagement
  • Wellness Achievements
  • Recruitment Fair apparel
  • SWAG

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Meet our speakers

Conor Buckley

Human Collective Founder and son of trailblazer and activist Christine Buckley, Conor’s up-bringing was deep-rooted in morality as he witnessed his mother going head to head with the state for the rights of women and children raised in industrial schools around the country.

With activism in his blood, Conor began devising a plan for what would eventually become Human Collective after seeing American Diversity Educator Jane Elliot wearing a slogan sweater that read “There is only one race, the human race”.

Ailbhe Smyth

Ailbhe Smyth is a long-time activist and campaigner on feminist, LGBTIQ and other social issues. She played a leading role in the victorious marriage equality campaign, and co-founded and led the Coalition to Repeal the 8th. She was Co-Director of the Together for Yes national referendum campaign. Ailbhe is the former founding head of Women’s Studies at UCD where she lectured for many years.

She is chair of Women’s Aid and of Ballyfermot STAR Addiction services, and on the board of Age Action and of the Women’s Global Health Network. She is Patron of the Women’s Collective Ireland. In 2019 she was included in Time Magazine’s list of the 100 Most Influential People, and in 2022 was conferred with the Freedom of the City of Dublin.  She was awarded an honorary doctorate in laws by the University of Galway last year.

Paddy Smyth

Paddy Smyth is a presenter, media commentator, influencer, and disability rights activist with Cerebral Palsy. He won the 2019 series of The Circle on Channel 4 and presented The Fitting Room for RTE2 in the same year.

His down-to-earth honesty and powerful messaging have seen him front social media campaigns for a wide range of popular brands including Science Foundation Ireland, Domino’s Pizza, Primark, Kiehl’s, Amazon Prime, Bumble, and Disney+. Paddy was also one of Facebook and Instagram’s Diverse Voices of the year in 2021.

Amina Moustafa

Amina Moustafa is a Programme Manager for Women's Leadership at the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation and is a Board Member of Sport Against Racism Ireland where she designed their Hijabs and Hat-Tricks programme supporting young Muslim women who have been excluded from sport.

Amina taught 'Sport, Culture and Society' at Nottingham Trent University and was on the
University's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion committee. In 2021 she was awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award for ‘Volunteer in Sports’ and in 2018 as one of 10 Michael Johnson Young Leaders from around the world for her contribution to the community

Eoin Heffernan

Eoin began his activism journey in 2016 when he emigrated to the United States, an event that coincided with the election of Donald Trump to the White House. During this period, he heard, saw and experienced racism and discrimination in a way he could have never fathomed, and had his 'irishness' questioned over and over again.

This led to Eoin undertaking a journey of discovery across the Deep South which had a profound effect on him and since returning home he's pursued a law degree hoping to work in the area of human rights and social justice. Eoin has worked with a number of community organisations in Ireland including I Am Irish and Irish Network Against Racism. 

Blessing Dada

Blessing is an award-winning Black-Irish mental health writer who was named the Community Star of the Year at the Inaugural Black and Irish Gala Awards in 2021. She is a passionate activist on various social justice issues, especially on the intersectionality of mental health awareness.

Her lived experience with all things mental health, including chronic illness, disability, direct experience with stigma and the mental health care system, has helped her raise awareness for Black and other ethnic minority communities in Ireland.  She has been featured in the New York Times and was voted one of the 50 people to watch in 2022 by the Irish Independent.

Dr Ebun Joseph

Dr Ebun Joseph is a Diversity and Race relations consultant, Module Coordinator and Lecturer, Black Studies at University College Dublin, Director Institute of Antiracism and Black Studies and founder & Chairperson, African Scholars Association Ireland. Dr Joseph held the position of Career Development Consultant at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and was a Teaching Fellow at Trinity College Dublin.

Ebun is also an author, TV panellist, Columnist and an equality activist. With a research focus on Labour markets and race relations, she has presented at several conferences, businesses and nonprofits. Ebun is published and contributes regular responses on contemporary issues of race and racism in Ireland.

Contact Us

Whether you are a large Multinational, SME, Start-up or Special interest group, we would be delighted to talk to you about ensuring your organisation meets its social and corporate obligations to all of its stakeholders.

For more information, please contact Conor :

Or call directly :

086 306 8081


Inclusion, sustainability, and social inclusion are at the forefront of everything we do in @RSA Insurance Ireland and  We were delighted to partner with @we are human collective to get organic and sustainable t-shirts for our people marching in Pride. The quality and design of the clothing is superb. Not only that, you could not have a better partner than Human Collective. Conor, Paddy and Mamobo participated in our Pride: A Place for Everyone panel for our people. They were insightful, educational and brilliantly funny. I'm looking forward to building our relationship and working with them for a long time to come.

- Anthony Kelly, RSA Insurance Ireland

The Dock I&D crew and LGBTQ+ community were happy to host a special event in The Dock with Human Collective for Pride. The team at Human Collective delivered passionate talks about their activism, stories about their personal journeys in defining their identities, and how we can all contribute to a more inclusive world through everyday actions. The HC team were able to deliver an engaging and inspiring talk which was really well-received by our audience, who particularly enjoyed the intersectional lens through which the talk was delivered as well as the entrepreneurial and socially responsible spirit of the company.

Liz Mueller, Accenture