Perspectivity in Ireland has a growing programme of activities to build the Network and to spread the values and goals of the organisation. Much of the work is carried out in collaborations with progressive organisations like International Futures Forum.
Open Game sessions are regularly held in Belfast and Dublin. In January 2015 an Open Game session inspired a spin-off conversation with a group of individuals working in complexity in Ireland. This conversation continues.
Game sessions have been played in the private sector as well as in Local and Central Government. In 2015 University of Limerick undertook a Train the Trainer session with the games now being played in formal academic course settings.
Training sessions are organised on an on-going basis in the fields of complexity, facilitation, and engagement.
Michael Donnelly, lead partner in Ireland runs large group processes, workshops, trainings, and social innovation labs with a range of partners.