What a day we had on Monday 12th December!
Over 300 young people gathered in the Theatre Royal Waterford on Monday 12th December for our European Year of Youth – Make your Voice Heard event organised by Europe Direct, Waterford, Waterford Sustainable Living Initiative, Wyi Waterford and Waterford City and County Libraries.
We listened to youth activists and young people involved in a wide variety of EU funded projects. We spoke about fake news, climate action and the importance of listening to Ireland’s young people. Music Generation Waterford brought some amazing young musicians.
Huge thank you to all the young people and their teachers and youth leaders who braved the cold weather to attend. We are already planning next year!
Photographs by Davi Matheson.
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