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July 29, 2021

UN Youth Delegate Programme for Ireland 2021-2022

July 28, 2021

Racism online: almost 4 in 5 young people see it as significant issue

Youth Council welcomes new National Action Plan Against Racism for Ireland Calls for plan to be fully resourced and keep young people to the fore “I’m […]
July 22, 2021

Call for collaboration – Working with youth work organisations for equity and inclusion in STEAM

July 15, 2021

National Child Protection Manager

The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) is seeking to recruit a National Child Protection Manager.
July 12, 2021

Europe for YOUth YOUth for Europe Space for Democracy and Participation EU Youth Conference Report and Implementation Toolbox

This report presents an overview of the second conference of the 8th Cycle of the European Union (EU) Youth Dialogue, under the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
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.
July 6, 2021

Coco’s Law: what you need to know about The Harassment, Harmful Communications and Related Offences Act 2020

Do you want to know more about Coco's Law, who it affects, and why it's important?
July 5, 2021
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New NUI Certificate in Youth Arts with STEAM Specialism now open for applications!

Our NUI Certificate in Youth Arts with a Specialism in STEAM is now open for applications. We're delighted to be partnering with Maynooth University to deliver this exciting new Level 7 NUI Certificate.
July 5, 2021

New Initiative: Critical Reflection Model in Youth Work Practice

Are you looking for a safe, facilitated space to critically reflect on your work and to see what the learnings are? Are you interested in using reflective practice methods to support well-being at work and to support the exchange of good practice?
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