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NYCI Annual Reports

  • Audited Financial Statement for the year ending December 2012

  • Audited Financial Statement for the year ending December 2011

  • 2012 has seen some significant strategic developments in many of our member organisations. The youth sector has demonstrated its willingness to work collectively to innovate, inspire and look for creative solutions so that we can continue to enhance the lives of young people in Ireland.

  • Audited Financial Statement for the year ending December 2009

  • Audited Financial Statement for the year ending December 2010

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  • This annual report sets out NYCI’s achievements over the past year, and gives a flavour of the full range of our work as the membership led umbrella organisation that represents and supports voluntary youth organisations and acts on issues that impact on young people.


    2008 is the first year of our new five year Strategic Plan 2008-2012. Last year’s comprehensive strategic planning process has delivered a plan which is both challenging and realistic. Our key stakeholders both internally and externally have contributed their views, and have provided a clear direction for the organisation over the next five years. The consultations confirmed that NYCI is doing the right things and there is no need for a change in direction; however we needed to ensure that we are doing things in the right way and ensure that we are developing much better synergies across the organisation.

  • The Annual Report records the wide range of networking activities, training and support services and advocacy work we have offered for and on behalf of our member organisations during 2009.

    It sets out NYCI’s achievements over the past year and gives a snapshot of the breadth of the work of the organisation. 2009 is the second year of our strategic plan and we have made considerable progress against the plan that was approved by the Board in January. The most significant development has been the extent of internal collaboration that has taken place amongst the practice development areas and between that work and the advocacy work of the organisation.

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