Resources / Consultations


These reports detail some of the consultations run by Hub na nÓg and other organisations.

  • Sector

  • Year

  • Topic

  • Sector

  • Year

  • Topic

consultation with young people on skin cancer

Consultations with Young People on Skin Cancer Prevention Behaviours

Just under 13,000 cases of skin cancer are diagnosed annually in Ireland. This is twice the number compared to 10 years ago and is projected to more than double again by 2045

Deirdre Fullerton , Sheena Mc Grellis
March 2019
Consultation report

Report on Consultations With Children and Young People on Cruinniú na nÓg

This report details the outcomes of consultations with children and young people on Cruinniú na nÓg, a new national day of creativity for children and young people, an initiative of the Creative Ireland Programme at the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht

Sandra Roe
July 2018
children seen and heard

Children Seen and Heard 1916-2016

The Citizen Participation Unit of the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA), recognised as a leading authority on the practice of participation,1 partnered with Ireland 2016 and the Department of Arts

A. O’Connell, S. Field and U. Kilkelly.
November 2017
how was school today

So, How Was School Today? Report of a Survey on How Young People are Taught and How They Learn

Comhairle na nÓg National Executive developed this survey in response to Comhairle members, who identified their top issue as the need for young people to have a stronger say on what happens in the classroom.

October 2017
healthy lifestyle 420

Healthy Lifestyle (Department of Health)

This consultation was one of two consultations with children and young people from all around Ireland on the theme ‘Healthy lifestyles: Have your say’

Department of Health
November 2017
report on a consolation with young children

Report on a Consultation with Children and Young People on Education for Sustainable Development

A key recommendation from the National Strategy on Education for Sustainable Development (2014-2020) states that pupils and students should be consulted on the issue of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in order to inform future policy (Department of Education and Skills, 2014).

November 2016