Youth Cafe - North Inner City Community Safety Partnership

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We're looking for young people who want to have real input into what happens in the North Inner City!

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The local Community Safety Partnership is a new initiative to engage with communities to improve many aspects of their daily lives.

It includes key decision makers from Dublin City Council, An Garda Siochána, Elected Councillors and the community.

We need young people to be actively involved in decisions that will affect their environment.

So come along and have your say at the Youth Cafe. It is your chance to make a difference.

Where you will set the agenda to put someone to represent you on the partnership representatives.

We are so happy that Irish Olympian JACK WOOLLEY is supporting the call for young people to join the YOUTH CAFÉ and has kindly accepted an invite to take part in Youth Café.

Jack made history in Tokyo this summer when he became the first ever Irish participant in Taekwondo at the 2021 Olympics. Jack Tragically, on his return to Ireland from Tokyo last month, was physically assaulted in the city centre while on a night out with his friends. He was hospitalised and needed surgery to recover. So he is showing his support to this initiative where young people are being asked for their ideas on how the Inner City can be improved and made safer for everyone in the community.

For more information about the Community Safety Project, visit Local Community Safety Partnership

*This first chat is for you - whether you are considering applying yourself or know someone else who would greatly influence young people in the area.

*We are looking for young people from 16 to 25 years old.

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