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Young people shine spotlight on social issues in their community

YOUNG PEOPLE PUT SPOTLIGHT ON SOCIAL ISSUES IN THEIR COMMUNITY. Pictured are L to R, Chloe Morrissey, Claire O'Dwyer, Amy Fogarty and Cora Howe, students from St Anne's Secondary School, Rosanna Road, Co. Tipperary at the North Munster Region Young Social Innovators Speak Out event at Lime Tree Theatre, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick. They are among the 6,000 young people participating in the social innovation programme for 15-18 year olds supported by the Vodafone Ireland Foundation. Photo by Derek Speirs

YOUNG PEOPLE PUT SPOTLIGHT ON SOCIAL ISSUES IN THEIR COMMUNITY. Pictured are L to R, Chloe Morrissey, Claire O'Dwyer, Amy Fogarty and Cora Howe, students from St Anne's Secondary School, Rosanna Road, Co. Tipperary at the North Munster Region Young Social Innovators Speak Out event at Lime Tree Theatre, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick. They are among the 6,000 young people participating in the social innovation programme for 15-18 year olds supported by the Vodafone Ireland Foundation. Photo by Derek Speirs

Pictured L/R are Chloe Morrissey, Claire O’Dwyer, Amy Fogarty and Cora Howe, students from St Anne’s Secondary School, Rosanna Road, Tipperary town.

The students were pictured at the North Munster Region Young Social Innovators Speak Out event at Lime Tree Theatre, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick. They are among the 6,000 young people participating in the social innovation programme for 15-18 year olds supported by the Vodafone Ireland Foundation. Photo by Derek Speirs.

 
 
 

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