• School should be four days a week
    Statistically, children are able to work more efficiently and quickly with a 4 day school week.
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    Created by Daniel Duggan
  • Change the legal driving age to 15
    So they can get more practice and start getting behind the wheel early
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    Created by Callum Mooney
  • Tymon Outdoor Swimming Baths
    This facility would provide a healthy and enjoyable facility to a huge number of people all year around.
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    Created by Patricia kelly
  • Available theraphy for ADHD. sufferers
    Very few diagnosed so people with ADHD are being treated for anxiety and depression to name but a few of the symptoms not knowing what they actually have.
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    Created by Teresa Keogh
  • Stop the war on neutrality. Peace not war
    We had war in this country for 700 years.enough is enough.give peace a chance.
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    Created by Patrick Mccabe
  • Appropriate Community Transport for Older People
    Older people need assistance getting to and from their local social hubs. We want to see older people using Community Cafe's, Libraries and Community Centres more.
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    Created by Anthony Duffy
  • Solidarity With Our Ukrainian Community in Cahersiveen – Let Them Stay
    We urge Minister O'Gorman who, along with the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, is responsible for refugees, to urgently reconsider his decision to remove up to 180 vulnerable people in the coming weeks and days from their homes. These residents have made a significant contribution to our town's growth and success, and we would be devastated to see them forced to leave. The Ukrainian community in Cahersiveen is currently facing the heart-wrenching prospect of their lives being torn apart once again, which has left many of them devastated. The news has been difficult to bear, and many have not stopped crying since they heard about the possibility of being forced to leave. Families are being split apart, and children will be torn away from the friends they have made in their new home. This is a heartbreaking situation for everyone involved, and we cannot stress enough how much this would negatively impact the lives of those affected. The thought of having to uproot themselves once again after settling into a new community is daunting and distressing. As a community, we have worked tirelessly to integrate these individuals and families into our town, a key remit for the department and European. It has not been an easy process, however, the hard work has paid off, and we have seen, welcomed and managed a 50% increase in our population, with professional and volunteer input contributing significantly to our town’s success. This also includes maintaining rural school numbers which has had a positive impact both socially and economically. Further, a move to other places will inhibit any early years provision for child care places. The Ukrainian residents in our town are not just faces in the crowd; they are active members of our community. They work in our businesses, send their children to school with our kids, and participate in our sports clubs and social organisations. They have started to open new businesses in our town, providing employment opportunities in the town. They are immersed in further education and training in the O’Connell FET Centre, upskilling in full-time and part-time course and all levels of English Language. We implore the Minister to consider the impact his decision will have on our community and the individuals and families who call Cahersiveen their home.
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    Created by Alliance Cahersiveen
  • Make all Irish schools mixed-sex
    Single-sex schools provide no academic advantage, as study finds. * The findings are based on an analysis of data from nearly 5,000 15 year olds in Ireland which examined the association between attending a single-sex school and performance in maths, reading and science. There was no difference in maths, science or reading performance for 15-year-old students after adjusting for the background of the student and other school-level factors. This result was found for both boys and girls. There are multiple reports of single-sexed school being responsible for teenagers to not be well integrated with the other gender. Psychologists also say girls in single-sex schools are more likely to suffer from social or emotional problems. There is more pressure to perform in single-sexed school, especially for girls. Stop the divide. Let all Irish children learn together. * https://bera-journals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/berj.3841 ** https://www.irishtimes.com/news/education/the-problem-with-all-girls-schools-1.3399028 *** Additional notes: https://www.irishtimes.com/ireland/education/2023/02/22/single-sex-schools-provide-no-academic-advantage-study/
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    Created by April Tambling
  • Petition to build a dog park in Castletroy Park, Limerick
    Castletroy is a populated area that needs facilities to match the growing population. This park would bring people to the area to spend in the area and also minimize unscoped poop in the area as - the upkeep would not cost anything as once fenced off its purely a gate to open and close the area..
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    Created by Rachel Moran
  • Ban unpaid placements for students!
    Because people deserve to be paid for the work they do.
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    Created by Yusuf Murray
  • GoZeroDay
    Climate Action keeps getting pushed down the priority list, sometimes understandably (e.g. COVID, the war in Ukraine with its associated cost-of-living price hikes). We need initiatives that keep Climate Action top-of-mind at all times, irrespective of what else is going-on in the world. Campaigns details will follow on social media (hints & tips to participate etc)
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    Created by Simon Ruddy
  • Fix our health and mental health services
    An ambulance person shouldn't have to wait 3 hours to get a stretcher back form a hospital and put themselves at risk at viruses and bugs. Also our elderly shouldn't be on corridors. They fought for our country to be treated like this
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    Created by Tanya Vickers