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Protecting the rights of young people in the Mental Health Act Mental Health Reform have launched a campaign calling on the government to address the gaps in the Mental Health Act 2001

SpunOut.ie launches Have Better Sex campaign SpunOut.ie's campaign on understanding consent, safer sex & healthier relationships

Half of young adults are targeted by fraud scams each month A survey by FraudSMART has revealed that an average of €228 is lost to scammers among 18-24-year olds

Counselling association offers exam advice to students The Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy chair urges students to “mind their mental health in the face of exams”

Electing a Mayor: What voters in Cork, Limerick and Waterford are being asked to decide On 24 May 2019, voters in Cork city, Limerick and Waterford will decide if they want a directly elected Mayor

Divorce referendum: What are we voting on? Learn more about what we are being asked to vote on in the upcoming Divorce referendum in Ireland

RCSI & IADT launch new Youth Mental Health animation series The animations were informed by research conducted by RCSI and produced by IADT animation students

SpunOut.ie announces 'In My Own Words' series Hear the lived experiences, opinions and advice from young people across Ireland, directly from the author's themselves.

Survey revealed that over 40% of 18 to 24-year olds are willing to act as ‘money mules’ FraudSMART campaign is raising awareness about financial fraud among young people

Sign up for SpunOut.ie's Mental Health Training Series 2019 Our mental health training series is designed for those working and volunteering with young people in Ireland

Vote for Young Social Innovators in the Google.org Impact Challenge Help YSI empower young people using robotics and STEM

Enter the X-HALE 2019 Short Film Competition Support youth in becoming the first tobacco free generation