AIESEC in Ireland will host their first YouthSpeak Forum on Friday, May 13 in Dublin.

AIESEC in Ireland is the national chapter of one of the world’s largest youth-run organisations, AIESEC, present in over 125 countries and territories, and with 67 years experience in developing youth leadership through experiential learning, international volunteering, and professional internships.

AIESEC in Ireland will be launching its first YouthSpeak Forum on Friday, May 13th in Dublin; providing a platform for Irish youth to discuss and take action on the UN Global Goals with the education, government, corporate, and non-profit sectors. 

The agenda includes keynote address’ from from Mark Mitchell, Director of gradireland; Tony Donohoe, Head of Education, Social and Innovation Policy at Ibec; and Linda Barry, Assistant Director of SFA; as well as interactive workshops from leading companies such as HubSpot. The agenda will conclude with an expert panel on the topic of 'Youth for Global Goals', and an open networking space for attendees and companies to further engage on the issues that matter.


Who: Young people aged 18-30 who want their voices heard

When: Friday, 13 May, 9am-5pm


Where: O’Callaghan Alexander Hotel, Dublin

Event Date: 

09 - 17