March 2, 2011

Just the Start, by Tammy Tallon (Ronanstown Youth Service)

Tammy Tallon is a youth worker with Ronanstown Youth Service, in North Clondalkin and participated in the exchange in 2009. Here, tammy relfects on the similarities […]
March 2, 2011

Global Views, Local Voices 2011

‘Global Voices, Local Views’ seminars were a series of events that took place promoting the value of diversity and interculturalism in development education with young people. […]
February 16, 2011

Policy and Practice Journal

Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review is the only journal on global education published in the island of Ireland. It features contributions from practitioners in a […]
February 3, 2011

DE News February 2011

Welcome to DE News February 2011, the Development Education e-newsletter of the National Youth Council of Ireland. We hope your year has gotten off to a […]
February 1, 2011

‘What Next?’, by Himba Malambo (Salvation Army)

  Himba Malambo was a youth worker with Salvation Army in Zambia when she took part in the NYCI Zambia-Ireland Youth Workers’ Exchange in 2009. Here […]
February 1, 2011

First Impressions, by Noel Carroll (EIL)

As part of the first article on the exchange of 2011, Noel Carroll from EIL’s Development Education Committee shares his experience. Noel took part in the […]
January 24, 2011

Press release – Launch of Youth Unemployment Research – ‘The Forgotten Generation’

The launch of NYCI’s report ‘The Forgotten Generation’ on January 25th at 11am in Buswells Hotel, Dublin 2 is the first time that any research has […]
January 24, 2011

European Youth Forum and International opportunities

Interculturalism to Boost Development at 4th Forum of the UN Alliance of Civilisations, in Doha, Qatar from 10-14 December. NYCI’s Elaine Mahon is part of a […]
January 20, 2011

NYCI welcomes Friday election date

The National Youth Council of Ireland welcomes the announcement of Friday, March 11th as the date for the upcoming general election. We have campaigned for many […]
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