Future Voices Ireland is an award-winning youth charity that works to ensure that all our young people have opportunities in life. We work with young people who come from backgrounds that mean they don't have the same choices, and they don't have the same access to opportunities that other young people have. We work with these young people outside of the traditional educational environment and bring them into a more inclusive space that builds confidence, and encourages development and participation.
August 23 & 24
Future Voices' summer trip to Killarney and the Ring of Kerry was a great success. Thank you to Irish Rail for sponsoring our train trip!
We met with our TEDx partners at the US Embassy for a brainstorming session. Lots of creativity and ideas!
Some of Future Voices' young women met with Irish Human Rights and Equality Commissioner Emily Logan for a consultation on the UN's Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women
Some of our young people met with Senator Fintan Warfield to discuss a bill that would propose reducing the voting age to 16
Our winners at this year's Future Voices Talent Show: A magician, a singer and a poet
Future Voices enjoyed the Independence Day celebrations at the US Embassy with Ambassador Kevin O'Malley
Two of our young people, Nathan and Ciara, spoke at the Children's Rights Alliance Conference on Child Poverty
Future Voices' CEO, Mairead Healy, joined Senator Lynn Ruane and Grace Dyas on the Wonderlust stage at Body & Soul for a chat with Kathy Sheridan for the Irish Times Women's Podcast
The Future Voices team visited Oberstown today to tour the facility and met with their senior team to discuss the possibility of working together in the future
Two of our young people, Jodie and Emma, spoke on the panel at the launch of As I Am's Autism Experience Exhibition
Noel Rock TD visited us and worked with our young people on our Ballymun Community Project
Danish politicians visited us at our office as part of a government delegation to discuss our work and innovative state projects in Denmark
Future Voices' CEO, Mairead Healy, was honoured with the accolade of "Trailblazer of the Decade" at the International Women's Economic Forum in Delhi, India
Future Voices visited Wicklow to get away from the city for a day and do some team-building with our young people
Mia de Faoite addressed our young people on issues of prostitution and drug addiction