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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

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Why I've decided to run in the Local Elections

Sárán talks about the importance of young people in politics and how he decided to run in the local elections

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Labour vs Sinn Féin: what's the difference?

Learn more about Ireland's largest left-wing parties

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Fine Gael vs Fianna Fáil: what's the difference?

Learn more about the two biggest parties in Irish politics

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How you can make companies and politicians take action on climate change

Do you want politicians and companies to do more to fight climate change? Robert talks about how you can make it happen.

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"Climate Friends" fight for climate action from the government

Young activists occupied the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment on the 7th of December 2018

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How can I help end Direct Provision?

By lobbying your politicians you can help support refugees and asylum seekers in Ireland

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Make a plan for polling day: Presidential election and blasphemy referendum

It’s important to plan what time you will vote and how you will get to the polling station

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Who is running for President of Ireland?

Who are the candidates, and what does the President do?

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What is Direct Provision in Ireland?

Direct Provision is a system used to accommodate and provide basic welfare to asylum seekers.

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My experience at the European Union Youth Conference

Dean talks about the three day conference and how you can get involved next year

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Why we should trust young people and lower the voting age

Calum talks about why young people should be allowed to have more of a say

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