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From voting in elections and referendums to covering the political issues that are impacting on the lives of 16-25 year olds in Ireland, this is the section for you.
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So, what’s happening in Northern Ireland?
How The European Parliament Works
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Yo! Fest 2018 at the European Youth Event Strasbourg
Youth leaders wanted for National Youth Council Ireland delegation in Strasbourg
U.S Embassy Youth Council Ireland now taking applications for 2018
Apply by the 9th January 2018 to become a member
The European Charlemagne Youth Prize 2018
Enter now for your chance to win €7500 and a trip to the European Parliament in Brussels or Strasbourg
Help to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030
Take the Irish UN Youth Delegate's survey and make your voice heard.
#GetRegd on National Voter Registration Day
Wednesday 8th November 2017 is National Voter Registration Day
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar
Trudeau and Varadkar address the importance of having a gender balanced cabinet
Irish millennials are open, optimistic and might want a revolution
Major new poll looks into young people's attitudes
Major reforms proposed to Ireland’s abortion laws
The Citizens’ Assembly wants to replace the controversial 8th Amendment
Meet the Washington Ireland Programme Class of 2017
Thirty young people will get a chance to live and work in D.C.
“Votes at 16” bill blocked by senators
Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael voted to ‘freeze’ the proposal
Lynn Boylan MEP, Ruth Coppinger TD, and more to speak at Women in Politics conference
Women in politics share their experience
Brexit: What does Article 50 mean?
Theresa May is to trigger article 50 this afternoon
Why should I vote?
Should people be allowed vote at 16?
Casting my first vote
Vote for everyone who can’t
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