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October 12, 2021

Youth Council welcomes increased €5m investment in youth services

Budget ‘recognises impact of Covid-19 on young people and role of youth work’ The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) – which represents groups working with […]
October 11, 2021

Over 3,000 sign petition calling on the Government to properly fund youth work in Budget 2022

3,085 of you used your voices to call on the Government to properly fund youth work in Budget 2022
October 7, 2021

One World Week – Save The Date

It's official: #OneWorldWeek21 takes place from November 20th – 27th this year! Watch this space for news of the amazing week of youth-led awareness raising, education and action we have lined up for you this year!
September 29, 2021

NYCI research highlights continued impact of Covid-19 on youth work services and young people’s engagement

September 24, 2021

We’re calling on our Government to invest an extra €10 million in youth services in Budget 2022. Will you support this call?

Add your voice and call on our Government to support young people in Budget 2022 – by investing €10 million in young people and youth work.
September 21, 2021

One World Week 2021: Training Workshops

From September through to December, we will be providing One World Week training workshops. These will be aimed at young people and youth workers, and will facilitate discussions around the theme of "Global Identity: Collective Actions."
September 20, 2021

Covid-19 guidance update: 20.09.21

August 6, 2021

Youth Work Changes Lives: Budget 2022 Campaign


NYCI in partnership with our member organisations is running a campaign in advance of Budget 2022 to ensure that the Government is aware of the need to increase investment in youth work at this challenging time for young people. 
July 8, 2021

Check out our ANNUAL REVIEW 2020

We’re very proud of what we achieved for the youth sector in the exceptional year that was 2020. With our members, we’ve worked hard to make sure youth work is recognised and valued; to build knowledge, skills and capacity throughout the sector; to influence public policy and to highlight youth work and youth issues on a national level.
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