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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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A young person's guide to parental mental health

The WITH project offers advice and support to young people living in families with mental illness

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October Quest: Is it time to give up smoking?

This October, the HSE want to help people to quit smoking by providing tools, tips and a supportive community online.

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Join the Truth about Trans Healthcare rally this Sunday

The protest, on Sunday 22 September, is calling for improvements to transgender healthcare in Ireland

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EVE Plantmarket: Courses for people experiencing mental health difficulties

EVE Plantmarket courses are an opportunity to learn in a recovery orientated, relaxed environment

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Changing the way we talk about the climate are introducing new style guidelines for the way we talk about the climate crisis

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Instagram expand their ‘hidden’ likes feature to Ireland

Irish Instagram users will no longer be able to see how many likes an image posted by another user has

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Develop employment skills through this outdoor wilderness programme

Experience the outdoors and develop skills to access jobs and training opportunities

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Protecting the rights of young people in the Mental Health Act

Mental Health Reform have launched a campaign calling on the government to address the gaps in the Mental Health Act 2001

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Half of young adults are targeted by fraud scams each month

A survey by FraudSMART has revealed that an average of €228 is lost to scammers among 18-24-year olds

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