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Mental Health First Aid Ireland give presentation at the European Parliament The mental health training organisation spoke about the importance of staff mental health initiatives

Take a closer look at what your library has to offer Libraries Ireland are encouraging you to see what’s on offer at your local library

Join SpunOut.ie's Action Panels We are currently looking for 16-25 year olds who want to make their voices heard

Safer Internet Day 2020 Together for a better internet

Call out for all young candidates running in the General Election 2020 SpunOut.ie are creating candidate profiles for under 35s in the General Election 2020

Q&A: How to make sure you’re registered to vote before the 22nd of January Warning that thousands of young people may have been left off the Register

X-HALE 2020 Short Film Competition grant now open Closing date for applications is Thursday 5th March 2020

Work as a camp counsellor in the US this summer 500 jobs have opened all across America for Irish people

Calling all student entrepreneurs Applications are open for the Irish Student Entrepreneurs Forum Awards 2020

Loneliness, isolation and community are themes explored in First Fortnight Festival 2020 Launched this week, the mental health art and culture festival will look at the themes through a variety of different kinds of events starting in January 2020.

Opportunity to study in the US for undergraduate students Undergraduate students can apply now to study a civic engagement programme in the US in June 2020

Where to find your nearest climate strike this Friday Young people are continuing to strike and demand the government act on the climate crisis

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