NYCI is the representative body for voluntary youth organisations in Ireland. We use our collective expertise to act on issues that impact on young people.


One World Week 2020 is on from November 23rd to 29th
and our annual youth summit has been transformed into a week-long festival of activities, inspiration and youth activism, all through the lens of this year’s theme: power. 

Take a look at what we have in store for you!

The Covid-19 outbreak represents a major challenge for the youth work sector.
It changes the way we all must work. With that in mind, we’re bringing together resources, training and advice to support you through this time.

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We are working remotely as much as possible at the moment.

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*The majority of our events currently take place online. A small number of trainings are delivered in-person. Check individual listings below for details*

Click on any of the events below to find out more about them, or click here to see all available training and events that you can book online.

Wielding your power – strategies in self care

November 25 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pmAs a youth worker, you have a role in recognising your own power, and in recognising the potential of young people to harness and wield their power.

Youth Summit 2: Harnessing Young Peoples Power

November 25 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pmDuring this event we will hear from young people in Ireland and from different parts of the planet.

How can the youth sector activate its power to accelerate the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

November 26 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pmUnder current momentum, the SDGs will be achieved in 100 years. This isn’t good enough. We have ten years to activate our power to accelerate the implementation of the SDGs.


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Check out our #OneWorldWeek resource #BuildingBackBetter Youth, Power, and Planet

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JOIN US for our 'Harnessing Young People's Power' event with @nycinews at 4pm tomorrow! We've a fab line up of speakers, including foreign correspondent & former #GirlGuide @MaryFitzger. Book your place here >> #OneWorldWeek #GivingGirlsConfidence

We will be joined by @IrishGirlGuides tomorrow for our second #OneWorldWeek youth summit. Have you registered yet?

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