Cyberbullying

The Internet can be a very positive experience for young people  They can use it to research homework  communicate with other young people and play interactive games. But online access also comes with risks, like inappropriate content cyberbullying and online predators. Cyber bullying involves unwanted messages, images, audio or video sent by electronic means to…

Young Voices

Young voices is part of European Structured Dialogue.where young people and decision makers are given a space to discuss and feed into youth policy at national and European level together. Structured Dialogue is a tool to ensure that the opinion of young people is taken into account in defining youth-related policies of the European Union.…

16 Days of Action 25th November to 10th December 2017

Every year, the International 16 Days of Action campaign provides an important opportunity to raise awareness of domestic violence and call for changes at international, national and local level to make women and children safe from abuse. In Ireland, over 100 groups and individuals organise local and national events and actions to show solidarity with and…

Mental Health in the LGBTI Community

“According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the rate of substance abuse disorders among LGBT individuals isn’t well known, but studies indicate it may be 20% to 30%, which is significantly higher than the general population (9%)” (Redding, 2014). One of the causal factors for this is stress- from discrimination, bullying,…