Friday, June 21, 2013
Thursday, June 20, 2013
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Fermanagh Sinn Féin Republican Youth activist Sophie McClintock, was also in attendance, she said ‘The Guarantee our future talk really highlighted the growing problem of youth unemployment, not only in Ireland, but Portugal and Sweden also, with representatives from both countries explaining how many of their young people are neither employed nor in full time education. Youth unemployment and emigration is a serious issue in border counties such as Fermanagh with friends and family as young as 19 feeling they have no other option but to leave home to find work.’
Wednesday, June 05, 2013
Monday, June 03, 2013
Senator Reilly has said:
“Over 30% of under 25s are unemployed. More than 30,000 young people are on the live register for more than 12 months. Youth emigration continues at an alarming pace. There is an urgent need for the government to invest in stemming the youth unemployment crisis. One way of doing this is to invest in a Nordic style youth guarantee scheme which would ensure than no young person was left without a job, training or education for more than four months after becoming unemployed."
The event begins at 10am & will finish with a free lunch at 1pm. There is a bus travelling from the 6 counties which will only cost £5 per person and will pick up in the following places:
7am: Belfast (Sevastopol Street)
7.30am: Lurgan (Loughview Park & Ride)
8am: Dungannon (Bus Depot)
8.15am: Ballygawley (Park & Ride)
9.00am: Lisnaskea (Bus Stop)
Please contact Barry on 07885569940 to confirm your place. Spaces limited.
All welcome to attend/ Fáilte roimh cách!
Sunday, June 02, 2013
For more information, to register or if transport from Newry or Dundalk bus/train stations is required please contact Eimear 00353879030462 or Conor 00353871458746.
Dé hAoine - 14/6/20135pm: Clarú / Registration.
Dé Sathairn - 15/6/2013
4:30pm: Turas stairiúl Ómeith trí mhéan na Gaeilge/ Irish language historical tour of Omeath.
9:30pm: Ceol Beo le Ronan
Dé Domhnaigh - 16/6/2013
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