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New film based on true story gives advice to homeless teenagers

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What happens if you’re 16 and find yourself out on the street after a blazing row with your parents? That’s the subject of a short film produced by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) and the Northern Ireland Youth Forum …

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NIYF Lobby for Youth Guarantee

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A Delegation of Youth Forum representatives met Minister for Employment and Learning Stephen Farry on the 5th November to lobby for jobs, education, training, apprenticeships or entrepreneur opportunities to be offered to all young people on leaving school.  Rory Copeland …

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South West Project Femanagh and Cookstown

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Over the last year the NIYF as part of the Peace of Mind Consortium have been delivering a cross community youth development project and the CRAIC was great with over 100 young people taking part and taking the lead. The …

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Peer Educator for the Believe in Youth Alcohol Peer Education Programme

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BeLieve in Youth Peer Educator for the Believe in Youth Alcohol Peer Education Programme The Believe in Youth Programme are interested in recruiting 4 Peer Educators to be based at Dunlewey Substance Advice Centre offices / Broughshane St, Ballymena. It …

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Youth Forum saddened by tragic death

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Youth Forum members and staff are today deeply saddened to learn of the sudden death of one of our members. Aaron was an extremely popular, gentle and passionate young man who was very well thought of by other members, staff …

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