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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

Safer Internet Day 2020 Together for a better internet

Call out for all young candidates running in the General Election 2020 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

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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"Lad culture" is alive and well, according to a new study The 'Gender Matters in Ireland 2019' Report finds that a significant number of young people have traditional views on gender

New website will improve accessibility of academic books for college students is an online library giving students with a visual impairment or print disability access to college materials in multiple accessible formats.

Young people are experiencing more mental health issues than before, according to a new survey The largest survey of youth mental health and wellbeing was launched this week

Write for's positive sexual health campaign is looking for anyone aged 16-25 who wants to help open up conversations about sex

Why are you voting in the 2020 General Election? wants to hear your opinions ahead of the General Election on Saturday 8th February. Help other young people across Ireland get informed before voting

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

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