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January 16, 2020

The Nairobi Summit

January 16, 2020

NUI Certificate in Global Youth Work and Development Education

We are delighted to announce our new NUI Certificate in Global Youth Work and Development Education is now open for applications.
January 14, 2020

Saturday vote welcome

Media Release: Youth Council welcomes Saturday vote The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) – which represents organisations working with over 380,000 young people – has […]
January 10, 2020

‘Young People, Youth Workers and Consent’ – let us know your thoughts

Sexual health and the area of consent is an important area for young people and the issue of consent and lack of information to support young […]
January 8, 2020

NSETS Committee: Call for Expressions of Interest

There are currently vacancies on the NSETS Committee in youth work practitioner category and in the youth work employer category, for which we are now seeking expressions of interest.
December 17, 2019
No racial discriminiation

Shaping our Future – Ireland/UK Youth Dialogue 2020

Are you interested in being part of a group of young people from Ireland and the UK who want to be involved in meaningful youth engagement on issues of shared importance while also enhancing the important relationship between our two countries?
December 5, 2019

Ireland must do better in its attempts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

MEDIA RELEASE                                         Thursday, December 5th Youth Summit calls for ‘Climate Revolution’ Over 400 young people gather at major event in RDS hosted by Concern Worldwide and […]
November 25, 2019

Young people urged to ensure they can vote as deadline nears

National Youth Council of Ireland – Comhairle Náisiúnta na nÓg MEDIA RELEASE Young people urged to ensure they can vote as deadline nears Latest figures available […]
November 22, 2019

Rural youth: public transport, employment and investment in youth and mental health services key issues

The research highlights that one of the biggest challenges facing young people living in rural Ireland is limited public transport, which hinders contact with others, impedes access to services available in urban settings and reinforces a sense of social isolation.
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