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LGBTI+ Welcome Sticker Competition is now open The winner will have their sticker created and receive a €400 One4All voucher

Doctors urge all women of reproductive age to take daily folic acid tablets Folic acid reduces the risk of babies developing neural tube defects, but it does not work if you wait until you are pregnant to start folic acid

BeLonG To now offer support online in six different languages A new resource launched by BeLonG To allows users to access resources in different languages

Prepare for 2019 at the Fresh Revolutions conference Fresh Resolutions is a mental health and wellness conference coming to Dublin in January 2019

Official line up for First Fortnight Festival 2019 released The First Fortnight Festival raises awareness about mental health through art, theatre, music and much more

MRCI release guide to regularisation scheme for eligible undocumented people People who came to Ireland between January 2005 and December 2010 on a student visa are eligible for the scheme

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