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Short film explores the reality of life for undocumented young people in Ireland Young, Paperless and Powerful have released a short film about growing up undocumented in Ireland

What to expect at the Transition Year Show 2018 Ireland’s only free event for TY, LCA & LVCP students is coming to Naas in December

What does the Brexit deal mean? On Wednesday 14 November, a draft Brexit deal was approved by members of the the British Cabinet

Mental Health Reform call for 24/7 mental health services for young people The mental health organisation are calling on the Government to provide 24/7 access to CAMHS

Make a difference this Stand Up Awareness Week Support LGBTI+ young people by taking part in BeLonG To's awareness campaign

Enter St Patrick’s Mental Health Services Short Film Competition Winner of Frame of Mind Short Film Competition wins €1,000

Tickets still available for the Junior Galway Film Fleadh 2018 The festival runs from the 6th - 10th November 2018

90% of Irish LGBTI+ youth struggle with their mental health Research commissioned as part of BeLonG To's Better Out Than In campaign

Learn about the world of online media at the Volunteer Engagement Day The day will include talks by journalists & multimedia producers from organisations like and the Irish Times

Blasphemy Referendum 2018: What are we voting on? It’s important to understand exactly what you’re being asked to vote on before entering the polling booth

Make a plan for polling day: Presidential election and blasphemy referendum It’s important to plan what time you will vote and how you will get to the polling station

Enter the Young Environmentalist Awards 2019 Groups have until November 30th 2018 to submit their entry for the awards