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What do you think of politics, politicians and political parties? wants to hear your opinions. Help other young people across Ireland get informed before voting

Write for's Quit Smoking campaign is looking for anyone aged 16-25 who wants to help open up conversations about alcohol

Twitter partner with UNESCO to promote media literacy As part of Global Media and Information Literacy Week 2019, Twitter launch new handbook Teaching and Learning with Twitter

Could you be Ireland's Young Filmmaker of the Year 2020? Entries are open for Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year 2020, for young filmmakers from Ireland and abroad.

Learn about Climate Change & taking action with This Saturday, 26th October 2019 learn more from Friends of the Earth, The National Youth Council of Ireland and UCD Politics 

Irish Youth Music Awards (IYMA) new album now available to buy and stream Get your CD at Golden Discs Drogheda or steam worldwide now

Support's Caitlin Grant as she runs the Dublin City Marathon Caitlin is running the Dublin City Marathon this October in aid of

Write for's Alcohol Awareness Campaign is looking for anyone aged 16-25 who wants to help open up conversations about alcohol.

A young person's guide to parental mental health The WITH project offers advice and support to young people living in families with mental illness

October Quest: Is it time to give up smoking? This October, the HSE want to help people to quit smoking by providing tools, tips and a supportive community online.

Mind Yourself: Building positive mental health one day at a time are launching a positive mental health campaign to help you find ways to look after your mental health

Beyond limits: Empowering young people with disabilities An event for young people with disabilities will take place at Croke Park this month.

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