Politics in Action welcomes the steps taken to restore our political institutions. It is important for the young people we work with that government here is working and that young people can help shape our shared future.
Thanks to funding from the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust we are recruiting a Campaigns Officer to work with young people in Northern Ireland to ensure they have the same rights as their peers in Scotland and Wales.
We are recruiting a team of young people to produce a podcast series over the next few months that looks back to the accomplishments of the Good Friday Agreement, and looks forward to challenges involved in building a better peace. If you'd like to be involved in creating a high-quality podcast series supported by media professionals. Apply now at the link below.
Lucy Browne, an 18 year old student who has just finished her A Levels at Portadown College is bound for New Jersey thanks to her selection as a 'Protégé for Peace' alongside Victoria Maguire from Blessed Trinity College in Belfast.
Two of our young activists - Sabrina Baptista from Portadown and Sophia Atkinson from Donegal - have been selected to join the Shared Island Youth Forum. They will be part of a group of 80 young people across the island of Ireland who will meet and work together over the year ahead.
Politics in Action is a company incorporated in Northern Ireland with company number NI656760. We're registered with the Northern Ireland Charities Commission NIC 108559. Our registered office is Mediation House, 83 University Street, Belfast BT7 1HP