YSI GenZ Index: The voice of Ireland’s youth

The Gen Z Index is back and we want to know what matters to Ireland’s youth now and for their future.
Themes being explored in this year’s Index include:

  • Feelings and Sentiment
  • Work and the Economy
  • Planet and the Environment
  • Community and Volunteering
Can you help share this year’s online survey with young people in your school? (respondents must be 16+) 

How Can You Help?

1. Send the survey link above directly to students in your school and invite them to have their say through this year’s Index (respondents must be 16+)2. Share the survey link online though your school’s social media platforms and encourage all those aged between 16-24 years old in Ireland to take part (until November 30th). 
Download the social sharing toolkit

What Happens Then?

Amárach Research analyses the data received through the survey and Young Social Innovators releases the Gen Z Index report.The Index allows young people in Ireland to have their voices heard at a national level as reports are shared with media, government, youth organisations, corporates and others interested in hearing about what young people think.The voice of young people is important and through the Gen Z Index we encourage people to listen.
Thank you for your help.YSI Team

About the Gen Z Index

In 2019, Young Social Innovators partnered with Amárach Research to publish the first Gen Z Index. As an organisation that strives to amplify the voice of young people on the issues that matter to them, YSI wanted to learn more about this cohort and to contribute to a national conversation allowing their views and opinions to be heard. This year’s Index explores several key themes and asks respondents to look forward to an Ireland 20 years from now in recognition of YSI’s 20 year anniversary. 
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