'Make It Work' Youth link in with Young Influencers

'Make It Work' Youth link in with Young Influencers

05 Jan 2015 - By Stephen McIlwaine

The youth strand of the ‘Make It Work’ campaign; a spontaneous civil society response to the political impasse at Stormont, funded by VSB met with the Young Influencers movement at Belfast Science Park for an evening of pizza and discussion.

On the 29th of November 2014 the youth strand of the ‘Make It Work’ campaign linked in with the Young Influencers movement held at the Titanic Quarters Belfast Science Park. A great evening of discussion about the NI Diaspora and how to move the political impasse forward, perfectly fitting with the ‘Make It Work’ ethos. Ryan Feeney of ‘Make It Work’ and Head-Community/Public Affairs at Ulster GAA; engaged the audience with a motivational spiel on the campaign which gathered great interest. The evening was a great success resulting in many backing the campaign, emphasising the interest in Making It Work.

 

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To find out more on the ‘Make It Work’ campaign

ttp://www.makeitwork.today/

Twitter: @makeitworktoday #makeitwork

Facebook: makeitwork  http://on.fb.me/11YR0QS

Email: info@makeitwork.today

And if you would like to know more about the Young Influencers movement follow @y_influencers #younginfluencers

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