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All articles by Hannah Byrne


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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Counselling association offers exam advice to students

The Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy chair urges students to “mind their mental health in the face of exams”

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Irish students to take part in global school strikes for climate

Weekly strikes from school every Friday are building up to a global event on Friday 15th March 2019

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Do you use apps or online programmes for mental health support?

A researcher in DCU is looking for participants over 18 years of age to take part in their study

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The Story of Your Stuff Competition: Exploring the life cycle of everyday stuff

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) invites young people in second-level education to enter the Story of Your Stuff competition

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Register for the Aldi Foróige Youth Citizenship Awards 2019

The awards recognise a youth-led project that benefits a local community

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HSE launch ‘My Options’ unplanned pregnancy support service

The freephone service will provide all the information and support you need in an unplanned pregnancy

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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

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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

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