The Story of Your Stuff 2020
Hey, what’s the Story of Your Stuff? EPA invites second-level students to consider the environmental impact of everyday items January 16, 2020 The young people who influence the trends of today will be the decision-makers of tomorrow and are encouraged to consider how their everyday decisions can have a positive impact on the environment – and the world. That’s according to Dr …
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IPRT - disabilities in prison
IPRT publishes report examining rights for people with disabilities in prison January 15, 2020 Prisoners with disabilities face discrimination within prison services Isolation in cells, limited availability of accessibility aids, lack of appropriate information on prison services, and limited opportunities to communicate with peers and family members are just some of the barriers and …
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Gen Z
New research shows over half of Gen Z show strong interest in working in the public sector or for themselves November 12, 2019 Young people in Ireland would like to work in the public sector, or to run their own business. That’s according to new research published by Young Social Innovators (YSI), which was carried out as part of the Young Social Innovators …
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Generation Z YSI
New research shows a fifth of Generation Z spend six-plus hours on their smartphone daily July 31, 2019 Young people in Ireland spend an average of four hours per day on their smartphone, with a high proportion spending six or more hours on their phone. That’s according to new research undertaken as part of the Young Social Innovators …
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Alcohol Action Ireland Silent Voices
Alcohol Action Ireland launches Silent Voices initiative on impacts of parental alcohol misuse on children January 17, 2019 Alcohol Action Ireland has launched a new initiative to raise awareness of the experience of growing up in Ireland with parental alcohol misuse.  Called Silent Voices, it aims to end the silence of this experience, by promoting an understanding of …
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Minister leads the way in encouraging a sustainable approach to Africa Day celebrations May 24, 2018 Minister of State for Diaspora and International Development, Ciarán Cannon T.D. has, encouraged visitors to this year’s Africa Day flagship Dublin event to leave the car at home and make their journey to the celebrations a sustainable one. Africa Day …
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Ireland’s young people increasingly focused on the environmental challenges of waste and single-use plastics May 22, 2018 Concerns about the impact of waste and specifically the damage caused by single-use plastics, among many other environmental issues, were a key feature in entries by young people all over Ireland to this year’s ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards. The awards …
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Transparency International Ireland
Transparency International Ireland to work with employers in protecting workers who speak up September 28, 2017 PRESS RELEASE Thursday, 28th September 2017 Employers urged to shield staff who speak up about wrongdoing in the workplace Transparency International Ireland to work with employers in protecting workers who speak up Over 30,000 people working in Irish businesses and …
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