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Why we need a system change to stop climate change Following the Climate Strikes, Eoghan looks at why we need to put people and the environment before profit

Why we need to find solutions to Ireland's drinking culture Criodán looks at the main issues around Ireland's drinking culture and what we can do about it

Why we need to change how we think about masculinity Macdara looks at why our traditional views of masculinity are outdated and hurting young men

Why I advocate for mental health among minorities Blessing talks about ways we can open up more conversation about mental health among minoritized communities

Why the clean eating movement is harmful to my anorexia recovery volunteer Emma talks about the fitness and clean eating movement on social media and the impact it can have

Why living with OCD is different to what's on social media This volunteer talks about life with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and what it's like day-to-day

Helping students with health issues during the Leaving Cert Katie argues that more needs to be done for students with health issues during the Leaving Cert

Is the government doing enough on the climate crisis? writer Criodán looks at the government's inaction on climate change and why more needs to be done

What is greenwashing and why should we be concerned? Have you heard of greenwashing? What is it and why is it important to call companies out on it?

Why it's important to challenge sexual assault myths Maeve looks at why some of the common myths can have such a negative impact

Empowering young people and lowering the voting age Criodán challenges some of the commons reasons people argue against lowering the voting age

Why gender equality is important for us all Criodán looks at the current national and international statistics on gender equality

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