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.

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.

Contacting our team

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

The best way to contact us is by email: you’ll get our staff contact details here.

NEWS

Stay up to date with the latest news and information on our work in the youth sector in Ireland.

World No Tobacco Day: Young people highlight systematic, aggressive and sustained tactics to hook a new generation of users

NYCI’s national youth health programme supports youth work organisations to become health promoting organisations.

Online Safety and Awareness: Live Webinar for Youth Workers

The NYCI Child Protection Programme is partnering with CyberSafeIreland to offer a live webinar for youth workers, to raise awareness of what children and young people are doing online, and the associated risks and safeguards.

Need support with Digital Youth Work?

We have been heartened here at NYCI to see the incredible reactions from our members and across the youth work sector to these difficult times, and encouraged that our work to support you has been so well received.

STAY UP TO DATE

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BOOK UPCOMING TRAINING COURSES & EVENTS

*In person events and trainings currently suspended. Where possible remote/online alternatives will be provided. Check individual event 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.

Skills Summary Online Video Session

Skills Summary is an easy to use online tool that captures the skills young people gain by participating in non-formal education, such as youth work, volunteering and other out-of-school opportunities.

Journeying Toward inclusive practice

NYCI’s Equality and Intercultural Programme is offering a half day training to 8 youth work organisations across Ireland who are keen to develop their inclusive youth work.

Online Safety and Awareness: Live Webinar for Youth Workers

The NYCI Child Protection Programme is partnering with CyberSafeIreland to offer a live webinar for youth workers, to raise awareness of what children and young people are doing online, and the associated risks and safeguards.

PROGRAMMES

Our programmes provide expert guidance, practical training and user-friendly resources to support your work with young people.

Become a member of the NYCI

Join the representative body for youth organisations in Ireland and take advantage of the benefits for your organisation

TWITTER

Partnering with @CyberSafeIE, NYCI will be delivering a live Online Safety and Awareness webinar for youth workers next week: https://bit.ly/3epsvlj

Racism is a virus that we have been fighting for millennia.  Despite the progress we have made, it is no less virulent today and no less dangerous.  We need to show solidarity as people of all races & backgrounds around the world come together to stop its spread and defeat it.

It's not too late! Sign up for one of our online #SkillsSummary training sessions:

June 8 👉 http://bit.ly/36dNnsO
June 23 👉 http://bit.ly/2ZslXy7

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NYCI complies with The Governance Code for the Community, Voluntary and Charitable Sector in Ireland

NYCI supports Sustainable Development Goals

NYCI Supports Comhlámh’s Code of Good Practice

NYCI is a signatory of the Dochas Code of Conduct on Images and Messages