A Youth Café discussion is set for next Saturday.
The North Inner-City Local Community Safety Partnership is seeking the help of young people in Dublin.
They want opinion and advice on how to make Dublin's Inner City a better place to live in.
The focus of the talk is to improve safety, prevent crime and develop greater open spaces.
There'll also be some discussion on cleaner streets and the environment.
It's a partnership between voluntary and community services as well as local politicians.
Their aim is to make the local environment a more attractive place to live, work and play.
I am in Dublin with work. For a decade I cycled around Dublin north inner city 🚲 In the last year @DubCityCouncil placed a contra-flow cycle lane on Parnell Square. This very basic piece of infrastructure actually transforms cycling here. Simple cycling design really works 🙌 pic.twitter.com/7ZPmtgFuP2
— Cllr Elisa O'Donovan (@elisaodonovan) September 6, 2021
Chairperson of the group, Cormac Ó Donnchú, is calling on young people to have their say.
"We’re actively looking for young people (16 to 25) to join with us in this project and exert influence on key decision makers in our city."
"We want to hear their ideas on what how we can work together to improve life on our streets and communities in the North Inner City."
An online Youth Café has been set for next Saturday, the 18th, at 2pm.
For more information and to book a ticket, follow the link here.