Advocacy & Research

May 23, 2019
Get out the vote

NYCI urges almost 700,000 young people to get out and vote on Friday

Youth Council urges almost 700,000 young people to get out and vote on Friday 578,104 Irish Citizens aged 18-29 entitled to vote in local and European […]
May 7, 2019
Ian Power speaks at NYCI 50th anniversary

Nominations open for role of NYCI President

Vacancy for the role of President of the National Youth Council of Ireland As our current president, Ian Power, finishes his term of office in July […]
May 2, 2019

NYCI urges young people to register to vote by May 7th deadline

Youth Council urges young people to register before May 7th deadline for local and European Elections Over 60,000 young people have turned 18 since the 2018 […]
May 2, 2019

FAQs: Voter Registration Confirmation and First Time Voting

I did not receive a polling card; can I vote on May 24th? Yes. The polling card simply tells you when and where to vote. You […]
April 12, 2019
Youth Arts Advocacy

Youth Arts Programme Advocacy Work

One of NYCI’s key roles is to represent young people’s interests and to shape and influence legislation and emerging policy and programme development initiatives that may […]
April 12, 2019

Youth Arts Advocacy Programme

Using NYCI’s expertise in advocating on issues affecting young people for many years and the experience of successfully hosting the National Youth Arts Showcase, the programme […]
July 31, 2018

Invest €2m in access to apprenticeships to help halve long-term youth unemployment

July 3, 2018
Committee Submission

Submission to the Joint Committee on Children and Youth Affairs on the topic of Childhood Obesity

NYCI’s National Youth Health programme (NYHP) sent a submission paper to the Committee on Children and Youth Affairs on Tackling Childhood Obesity. The NYHP has outlined […]
March 27, 2018
NYCI Advocacy

Up to 150,000 young people may not be on electoral register as deadline nears

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