At-home truths: young people write about the Covid crisis
When NewsBrands invited secondary-school students to write about their experience of the pandemic, the responses were full of insight and wisdom – not only about the present, but the future we need to work toward
Last month, the newspapers representative group NewsBrands Ireland invited secondary-school students to write about their experience of the coronavirus crisis. The response was fantastic, and today the Magazine publishes the three category winners.
Chair of the judging panel, Professor Michael Foley of TU Dublin, introduces the winning entries
We hear little from teenagers about how they are getting through the pandemic. Every so often, a sixth-year student is contacted by a media outlet and...
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