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Ógra Fianna Fáil has today launched its pre-budget submission at a meeting of its National Council in Dublin. Ógra has called on the government to ensure that any budgetary adjustments are progressive in nature and should minimise the impact on those who can least afford to endure more cutbacks.
Ógra Fianna Fáil has today launched its third level recruitment campaign under the theme ‘Love a Good Party? Join Ógra.’
Ógra Fianna Fáil is set to host its annual summer school on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th July next. The summer school, with the overarching theme of ‘Looking to the Future’, will be held at Queens University Belfast. The summer school will discuss such matters as the future of Irish republicanism, the need for education reform across Ireland and developing a sustainable Irish energy policy.
The 2014 Ógra Fianna Fáil Summer School will take place this Saturday, 5th July 2014, in Queen's University Belfast.
Ógra Fianna Fáil has strongly rejected proposals put forward by Young Fine Gael which include slashing the minimum wage by €2 for young people in place of an‘Earned Income Tax Credit’.
Mental health issues are the main health concern of young people in Ireland. Here we discuss some common signs of mental health problems as well as some coping strategies that are beneficial to those who are struggling to achieve positive mental health.
Ógra can play a key role in the 2014 Elections, sign up today and help Fianna Fáil candidates in your area.
Ógra Fianna Fáil has today outlined specific proposals which seek to address the growth in use of e-cigarettes and vaping products. In particular, Ógra is looking to address the apparent lack of regulation around the labelling, purchase and use of such products.
Ógra Fianna Fáil has today launched its ‘Shop Local Saturday’ campaign with the aim of encouraging greater support for local businesses and community groups in the run up to Easter.
Ógra Fianna Fáil is urging young people to save a life by donating a pint of blood, instead of risking their own safety by participating in the latest online craze known as ‘Neknomination’.
The Ógra Internship Programme is an internship opportunity for three members of Ógra Fianna Fáil to gain unpaid work experience in Oireachtas Éireann for a 4 month period.
Ógra Fianna Fáil President Kate Feeney has delivered a letter to Ministers Noonan and Howlin calling for the immediate reversal of the cut to the jobseekers allowance as announced in Budget 2014.
Ógra Fianna Fáil President, Kate Feeney, has today called on her counterparts in Young Fine Gael, Labour Youth, the Young Greens and Republican Youth to co-sign a letter to Ministers Noonan and Howlin asking them to reverse the cut to Job Seekers Benefit for those aged between 18 and 26.
Uachtarán Ógra Fianna Fáil, Kate Feeney, has expressed her shock at the government’s latest attack on young people following the announcement of budget 2014. In particular Ms Feeney singled out the cutback to the job-seekers allowance for those under the age of 26 as being a step in the wrong direction, especially at a time when youth unemployment is running at an all-time high.
Ógra Fianna Fáil today launched its national campaign to highlight the government’s failure to deliver on pre-election commitments.
Ógra Fianna Fáil president Kate Feeny has called on Taoiseach Enda Kenny to stop showing contempt for voters by refusing to engage in any public debate on the upcoming Seanad Referendum.
On Sunday August 11th, 2013, the Mayo Cancer Support Association’s Annual Great Western Greenway Cycle took place. The event had up to 100 cyclists take part on the day varying from beginners to the more experienced. Ógra Fianna Fáil Mayo had a strong contingent present to show their support and help raise funds for the invaluable services that the Mayo Cancer Support Association provides right across the county.
UCC’s annual BBQ took place on Friday 26th July, in the Flying Enterprise.
Ógra Fianna Fáil has launched its proposals for the reform of Seanad Éireann. The proposals oppose abolishing the second chamber and instead call for a reformed electoral system that would allow all citizens to vote and choose Senators in future. They would also give the Seanad a more defined role through scrutiny of European Union legislation and the power to cross-examine nominees to state bodies and the judiciary.