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Foróige St. Patrick's Day pictures shared on Social Media

foroigeadmin March 20, 2018

Foróige Clubs and Projects took part in the St. Patrick's Day festivities all over Ireland last weekend.

Pictures of the colourful banners, and floats, were shared by many on social media, and illustrated the creativity and hardwork of so many young people, volunteers, and staff.

Here are some of the impressive displays that were created for St. Patrick's Day - well done everyone!

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16 young people elected to the National Council

foroigeadmin March 16, 2018

Congratulations to Ryan Keleghan, Karina Tropman,David Smith Butler, Callum Maxwell, Rebecca Battle, Adam Walsh, Saoirse Lynch, Darragh McBrearty, Eimear Mulligan, Alexandra Balfe Vicic, Tommie Loftus, Eadaoin Nic Con Uladh, Bonnie Donnell, Adam Garvey, Eoin Kelehan, and Fergal Flood who have all been elected to the National Council! The 16 young people, from all over Ireland, were elected by their peers at the recent Reference Panel meeting in Gormanston Park, Co. Meath.

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Minister Zappone visits Foróige in Blanchardstown

foroigeadmin March 7, 2018

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs. Dr. Katherine Zappone TD visited a number of Foróige projects in Blanchardstown earlier this week.

She met with young people from Mulhuddart and Corduff Youth Projects who highlighted, through their Aldi Foróige Youth Citizenship projects, the positive work they have been involved with locally such as Clean-up Corduff; the Community Garden; and a petition to Fingal Co. Council to reinstate the playground in Corduff.

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Foróige Clubs and Groups mark FAB Feb

foroigeadmin March 2, 2018

Foróige Clubs and Groups across the country marked FAB Feb (Foróige Against Bullying month) by running a series of workshops and activities to raise awareness about the issue of bullying.

Foróige's #FABFEB is a month dedicated to spreading an anti-bullying message, and to enable young people to develop solutions to deal with the issue.

Well done to everyone who took part in #FABFAB - here are just a few of the activites that took place during February!



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