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April 22, 2021
Legacy event

Rethinking Impact: Legacy and evaluation in a global youth work context 

April 6, 2021

Call for the submissions to the What’s the Story?: Narrative in Youth Work and Youth Studies conference

NYCI, in partnership with Leargas and NUI Maynooth, are launching the new International Youth Work youthworkandyou.org module on International Youth Work in a European programmes context, at the What's the Story?: Narrative in Youth Work and Youth Studies conference. This is the 4th Maynooth International Youth Studies Conference and takes place online on 24-25 June 2021.
March 10, 2021

Individual recognition for professional youth workers with 15+ years’ experience

The North South Education and Training Standards Committee for Youth Work (NSETS) has recently approved a process whereby those who do not hold qualifications specifically in youth work (and therefore do not hold an NSETS-endorsed award) but who have been continuously engaged in professional youth work practice for 15 years or more can apply for a statement of individual recognition.
January 13, 2021
SKILLS SUMMARY GUIDE

Explore what’s new on Skills Summary

Have you seen Skills Summary`s new user interface and our exciting new features?
December 11, 2020

The final declaration of the 3rd European Youth Work Convention – what you need to know

The 3rd European Youth Work Convention has just ended. 1000 participants from over 50 countries, 85 workshops and more than 30 hours of input and discussion! […]
December 11, 2020

Skills Summary wins prestigious EU award!

The NYCI Skills Summary project is delighted to announce it has been awarded the Job Bridge Award 2020! Skills Summary is an innovative way for young people to explore the skills they gain through non-formal education, including volunteering, and identify areas that need development.
November 20, 2020

Will you be registering to vote before next Wednesday?

October 21, 2020

Attend Future Human – Europe’s leading sci-tech conference

October 14, 2020

Budget 2021: NYCI disappointed with measures to address youth unemployment

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