Articles

July 11, 2017

Transforming Shadows

A Youth Exchange Project Between Ireland and Lebanon on Conflict Transformation We are increasingly seeing divided communities, young people driven apart and discriminated against because of […]
February 2, 2017

NYCI leads a youth exchange project on Conflict Transformation in Lebanon

Twelve young people (aged 20 – 26) from diverse cultural backgrounds from Ireland and Lebanon are working together in Beirut, Lebanon for one week from the 3rd […]
July 17, 2012

Diversity goes cross border – Launching Access All Areas

Frances Fitzgerald TD, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, unveiled the National Youth Council of Ireland’s Access All Areas: a diversity toolkit at a special event […]
June 26, 2012

We’re Here – Hear us now!

On June 28th NYCI hosted a national consultation on integration and inclusion in Ireland. The event brought together young people and youth workers to tackle the […]
May 24, 2012

We’re here, Hear us now – Issues and Recommendations

NYCI developed a poster naming issues that young people face on a daily basis in Ireland.  It asks if young people in communities throughout Ireland are […]
July 7, 2011

Asylum seekers, refugees, migrants – understanding the Irish immigration system

July 7, 2011

Targeted versus mainstream youth work – what are the issues?

Many people wonder if inclusion should be an aspect of all youth groups or if youth organisations should have groups that target particular young people in […]
July 7, 2011

Ethnicity and ethnic groups – an explanation of these terms

An ‘ethnic group’ has been defined as a group that regards itself or is regarded by others as a distinct community by virtue of certain characteristics […]
July 7, 2011

Asking young people about their identity – what is good practice?

One way of finding out if you are inclusive is to gather information about your members. If you use a registration form then some of this […]