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May 23, 2019

Artist and Youth Work Residency Scheme

The 2019/20 Artist and Youth Work Residency Scheme is open for applications! New strand this year: Youth Arts Explorer Grant.
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 23, 2019

Irish Girl Guides awarded Gold Health Quality Mark

Irish Girl Guides awarded Gold Health Quality Mark   – National Youth Council of Ireland award recognises high standard of health promotion –   Irish Girl […]
May 17, 2019

STEAMING AHEAD: TOWARDS EMBEDDING STEAM IN IRISH YOUTH WORK

The Digital Youth Work Project aims to build capacity to deliver digital youth work in the youth work sector. It is a transnational Erasmus+ project with seven partners from six different countries across Europe and it is implemented during 2017-2019.
May 17, 2019

EU Digital Youth Work Project

The Digital Youth Work Project aims to build capacity to deliver digital youth work in the youth work sector. It is a transnational Erasmus+ project with seven partners from six different countries across Europe and it is implemented during 2017-2019.
May 17, 2019

Want to help develop the European Guidelines for Digital Youth Work?

In developing the European Guidelines for Digital Youth Work, we are seeking views from the youth work sector and stakeholders, including youth workers, managers, funders and policy makers on the ideas we will include in the guidelines.
May 17, 2019
STEAM and digital youth work

Call for scientists, engineers, techies, artists & mathematicians

Calling all scientists, engineers, techies, artists & mathematicians with an interest in supporting youth workers & young people to develop inspiring STEAM projects.
May 9, 2019

Shrinking Civil Space

Young people from 17 different National Youth Councils and International NGOs from throughout Europe met in Ireland to discuss their experiences of Shrinking Civil Space for Youth.
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 […]
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