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The ‘Real Talks’ podcast launches to bring you meaningful conversations
Beat Social Anxiety Disorder with Step Out Ireland
At last: new rights for children in Direct Provision
Youth Wellness Workshop Competition
HSE warns against buying alcohol from unlicensed sellers
Skills & Training
What is eCollege?
Erasmus: The How To Guide
CAO and UCAS
Higher Education Access and Disability
Study tips for doing well in your exams
Applying for jobs
How to write a CV
Jobseeker’s Allowance and Jobseeker’s Benefit
Decoding a job description
Transferring unemployment benefits to other EU countries
What can a Jobs Club do for you?
Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Roll up cigarettes
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
Alcohol & Drugs
Body image and body positivity
Dating with depression
Why I don’t drink alcohol
Me and my Thyroid
Breaking down stigma around Eating Disorders
Welcome to Ireland's Youth Information Website
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All Politics articles
The Electoral College for dummies
Not sure how Trump became President despite Hillary get more votes?
So, what’s happening in Northern Ireland?
Find out what's going on with the leadership and election in Northern Ireland
CRPD Ratification Protest
Ireland is the only EU member state that hasn’t ratified the United Nations Convention of Rights for People with Disabilities
#RockTheRegister this November 16th
Get out for National Voter Reg Drive
What did Budget 2017 do for young people?
Jack takes a look at the impact of the recent budget announcements
Ibrahim Halawa has written an emotional letter from prison
In it, he imagines graduating from college
Irish UN Youth Delegates arrive at the UN General Assembly
You can follow their activities online
The Census of the Heart publishes its preliminary findings
The Trailblazery aimed to see how we are as a nation
Young, Paperless, and Powerful
Undocumented young people use their creative talents to tell their stories
Brexit: The Celebrity Edition
Who wants to stay and who wants to go?
EYE 2016 Day 1: “Together, we can make a change”
SpunOut.ie European Youth Event Reporters Ian and Paul report on the first day of #EYE2016
The endangered population of British Europhiles
We hear from a young Brit who gives his take on Brexit
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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