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Competition tips on entering

media awards 2013

Drugs.ie recommend that you read their tips for creating entries and their recommended research sites before you start creating your entry. You can find the research site links at the bottom of this page.

You can download all of the tips and use them as guidance as you develop your entry.

And best of luck!

General Tips

Download: General Tips pdf 

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Tips for creating your Article entry

 

Submitting your Article entry

Download: Tips for creating your Article entry pdf

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Tips for creating your Video entry

 

Submitting your Video entry

Download: Tips for creating your Video entry pdf

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Tips for creating your Audio entry

 

Submitting your Audio entry

Download: Tips for creating your Audio entry pdf

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Tips for creating your Poster entry

 

Submitting your Poster entry

Download: Tips for creating your Poster entry pdf

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Recommended Research

 Drugs.ie recommend the below websites for sourcing valid information on drugs, alcohol and related issues.

 

Recommended pages on the Drugs.ie site

Drugs.ie is Ireland’s national drug and alcohol information and support website. It provides information on drugs and alcohol that is relevant to young people, parents and professionals.

The below pages on the Drugs.ie sites are relevant to the 2017 competition themes.

 

Other useful pages on Drugs.ie site

 

Recommended pages on the European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction website

 

Recommended reports

 

Support Services

There are a lot of services you can contact if you, or someone you know, has been affected by any of the issues raised in this competition: alcohol, drugs, domestic and sexual violence or mental health issues. These are:

Mental health services

 

Drug and alcohol services

 

Domestic and sexual violence services

 

Young people and children specific services 

 

Family Support


 

LGBT Specific Services

 

Sexual Health Support Services

 

 

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