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Why I'm supporting the "Our Fada" movement
Criodán talks about the importance of fadas in the Irish language and why we should care about using them.
How our responses empower us or hold us back
Aine shares a story from her childhood that helped her learn how important our responses can be
Why I'm raising awareness about lowering the voting age
Jessica surveyed students in her school about the voting age referendum and found some interesting information
Why learning about different religions is so important
Jessica believes that learning about different religions helps to reduce fear and intolerance.
Why I believe Ireland's education system needs to evolve
Marius compares the education system in Ireland and Finland and argues that the Irish system needs to keep up with the times
What I've learned about our attitudes to speaking Irish
Calum found some interesting information about speaking Irish from surveying his friends
My personal experience of self-harm
This SpunOut.ie volunteer talks about her experience with self-harm and what has helped her in her recovery
Inspirational women to discover this International Women’s Day
Denise profiles the female influences that give her inspiration and make her social media feeds more positive.
Why scouting has been such a positive experience for me
Ciaran talks about the positive life experiences he has gained over the years with the Scouts
Why it's important to look at the positives of social media
Isabel talks about the positive aspects of Instagram and how it can bring communities together
Why it's important to explore all your options when finishing school
Going to college is not the only option available after school. Colm thinks it's important to take the time to see what options suit you best.
What you can learn from listening to your ego
Are you surprised how you react to things sometimes? Aine argues it can be related to how you view yourself.
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