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My journey to look after my mental health Admitting he needed help was a difficult first step for Kyle, but it was so important for him.

Joining Action Panel has been an amazing experience Mair gives us a glimpse into what being part of's Southwest Action Panel is like

My experience at the EU Youth Dialogue in Romania The three days at the EU Youth Dialogue is an experience Caitlin will never forget

How to get informed before the elections If you're unsure who to vote for in the European and local elections, here are some tips for finding out more about the candidates.

The powerful connection between music and memories Saoirse gives us examples of how music can help us in different ways

Recognising that not everyone decides to have sex in college Jessica talks about the important of consent and recognising when the right time to have sex is, if at all.

Why it's so important to talk about consent Consent must be ongoing, mutual, freely given and enthusiastic.

European event proves young people are passionate about politics Olivia talks about how her experience with the Model European Union Strasbourg (MEUS) has shown her the passion which young people have for politics

What students think about the impact of fake news This SpunOut reader believes that young people need to be made more award of the dangers of fake news in society

Why we need to consider the ethics of gene editing Criodan explains what gene editing is and questions the ethical considerations that come with it

Why I'm focusing on achieving two Sustainable Development Goals Dean talks about how he prioritises the Sustainable Development Goals that he feels he can work towards achieving

Why we should all vote in the European Elections 2019 James talks about why he feels it is so important for young people to get out and vote on the 24th of May