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September 25, 2020

NYCI Budget 2021 Campaign: #YouthWorkChangesLives

September 25, 2020

Young Voices-EU Youth Dialogue Young Change Maker October Events

We have three upcoming Young Voices online events for young change makers happening on Saturdays in October! These events have been designed and will be delivered by our current young voice members.
September 23, 2020
UN Youth 2021

Ireland’s UN Youth Delegates 2020-2021 announced!

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney, T.D., today held a virtual meeting with Ireland’s incoming United Nations Youth Delegates. Tara Grace Connolly from Belfast, and […]
September 17, 2020

Let’s talk about Consent – new research and guidance launched

‘How to ask? When to ask? Shyness in talking about the issue and their experiences …not having the language to ask for consent during sex’.
September 14, 2020

STEAM* in youth work, youth arts and non-formal education settings, Laois & Offaly

This excellent package is open to youth workers, arts practitioners and other educators actively working with young people in Laois and Offaly, who want to enhance their STEAM offer to young people.
September 4, 2020

How do I work with young people on the issue of racism?

We have seen a wave of reaction to the death of George Floyd that all of us working with young people are trying to get to grips with. We are asking: What can I do? What can I say? How can I support the young people of colour in my youth group?
September 3, 2020

Amazing FREE STEAM / Sound production programme for youth work settings and Youthreach

I wanted to tell you about an amazing, free, STEAM/sound production programme by Sound Artist, Ed Devane, as part of the Science Gallery Dublin’s PLASTIC exhibition. […]
September 1, 2020

Let’s talk about Consent

‘How to ask? When to ask? Shyness in talking about the issue and their experiences …not having the language to ask for consent during sex’.
August 24, 2020

Fit for Purpose: Does Traditional Politics Work for Young People

Through engaging young politicians, activists and community leaders, these round tables will explore how young people in Ireland today relate to traditional politics and how they perceive Irish politics will evolve in the future.
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