Youth Council launches ten-part video series exploring what young people and youth workers have to say about equality and inclusion.
The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) launched a 10-part video series today (07.03.13) on equality and inclusion in youth work. It looks at issues such as working with Travellers; how young people can support others around mental health; the experiences of LGBT young people, minority ethnic young people, young parents and more.
“Anyone working on or interested in these issues will find the video shorts offer a fresh perspective and a creative way of engaging young people with issues of inclusion and equality,” said Anne Walsh, NYCI Intercultural and Equality Project Officer.
Each short clip in the issue-based video series, supported by the Equality Authority, can be used as a standalone resource to raise discussions within youth groups, or in conjunction with the free online resource Access All Areas: A Diversity Toolkit in order to embed diversity within youth groups.
The first video, released today, looks at ‘equality’ – and asks young people what it means to them. It can be viewed on www.youth.ie/act_on_inclusion where a new video will be posted each month over the next 10 months.
For further information, please contact Daniel Meister, Communications Manager at NYCI on 087 781 4903 or 01 425 5955 or email email@example.com
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NYCI is a membership-led umbrella organisation that represents and supports the interests voluntary youth organisations and uses its collective experience to act on issues that impact on young people. www.youth.ie