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So, what’s going on in France?
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Erasmus: The How To Guide
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Decoding a job description
Transferring unemployment benefits to other EU countries
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Generalised Anxiety Disorder
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Myth Busting: HIV and AIDS
Making a budget and sticking to it!
A-Z of sexual orientation
Is a Gap year for you?
My experience with culture shock
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Return to Life
Do you know your rights? In society each of us have rights – the right to life, freedom of speech and information, and more. In this section, find out about your rights and what to do if your rights are violated.
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Your Right to Health
Work rights for under 18s
Does my conviction still count?
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Know your rights
Know your rights when dealing with the Gardaí
Seeking help is a sign of strength
Support for victims of crime
How to join a Trade Union
Thinking about becoming a union member?
Find out more about what may happen if a labour dispute arises in the workplace
Protection for Whistleblowers
Find out more about the legal protections for whistleblowers
Explaining Employment Contracts
Find out what legally should be included in an employment contract
Your Rights as a Domestic Worker or Au Pair
Find out more about the differences with rights when working in someone's home
Victimisation at work
Find out more about your rights if you're being victimised at work
Resettlement services for people coming out of prison
A resettlement coordinator can help you with supports and re-integration
Feel like you've been unfairly dismissed?
Support BeLonG To’s call to extend gender recognition to U18s
BeLonG To are calling on the government to extend the protection of the Gender Recognition Act to under 18s
Work Rights for Migrants in Ireland
Find out about who can work in Ireland and what there rights are
Irish Human Rights Commission
Children’s Rights Alliance
Migrant Rights Centre Ireland
Irish Council for Civil Liberties
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