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SpunOut.ie Volunteer of the Month 2018 Shoutouts for the great work of our volunteers

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Marking World Refugee Day over a shared meal Dean attended the World Refugee Day event in St. Patrick's Cathedral and gives his take on the day

Sásta - the new youth festival A new festival for 15-18 year olds will take place in August

Ireland fails to meet climate change targets Ireland ranks second-worst in Europe for its efforts to tackle climate change

BeLonG To Pride Sesh Packs - A Harm Reduction Campaign Heading to Dublin Pride this year? Look out for these brilliant Sesh Packs from BeLong To

The glass is always half full with MEP Mairead McGuinness How a Drogheda native rose to success and became the vice-president of the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

How talking with friends or family helps with self-harm "It is so brave to come forward and say how you feel and that you need help"

Positive ways I’ve found to reduce self-harm Grainne talks about how introducing positive ways to deal with emotional distress helped to reduce self-harm

Dealing with Junior Cert results disappointment When Laura received the results of her Junior Cert, they were not what she expected, but she has learned lots of valuable lessons from it.

Opportunity: award a politician for innovative work European citizens are being given the opportunity to award politicians for their innovative or unique work