“Youth work organisations are already running to stand still, and this increase will not allow them to meet inflationary pressures. We have warned against young people being ignored in this Budget. Such a limited increase when core inflation will be 5.25% for 2023, shows youth work has been overlooked and is facing an effective cut.”
Over 3,000 people have signed a National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) petition calling on the government to provide much-needed funding for youth work in Budget 2023, so youth groups across the country can continue to deliver essential services during a cost-of-living crisis that is affecting their ability to reach young people.
Residential bringing Young Voices together for young people from 16-30yrs. This event is a two-night residential taking place in Kippure Estate, Wicklow from the 28th- 30th of October 2022. Collection at 1pm Dublin, departure Sunday after lunch.
We are delighted to announce a call for applications for one young person from Ireland aged between 18-25 years to be part of Ireland’s delegation to COP27 taking place in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt from November 6th – 18th 2022.