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August 8, 2013
Development Education

International Youth Day

International Youth Day takes place on Monday, August 12th 2013. This year’s theme is Youth Migration – Moving Development Forward highlighting the importance of youth migration […]
July 25, 2013

Post-2015 Process Update

What happens after 2015? The debate on what will follow the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which expire in 2015, is currently taking place. The United Nations (UN) […]
June 13, 2013

Youth Guarantee – From Vision to Reality (Roundtable Event)

On June 12th we held a roundtable event ‘Youth Guarantee: From Vision to Reality’ to look at ways of tackling youth unemployment and in particular how […]
May 2, 2013

Time to go? A Study of Youth Emigration in Ireland

The National Youth Council of Ireland’s (NYCI) report ‘Time to Go?’ launched on Thursday, 9th May at 11.00 am in the National Library of Ireland, Dublin […]
March 20, 2013

‘The Arts are good for young people’

This is not true.  The arts are in inert thing, in some ways just a tool (God, I can hear every great thinker and maker spinning […]
March 7, 2013

Support Pack for Dealing with the Drugs Issue in Out-of-School Settings

We are please to announce publication of a new edition of our Support Pack for Dealing with the Drugs Issue in Out-of-School Settings. In recent years, […]
December 6, 2012
Sustainable Development Goals

One World Week 2012: Bouncing Back and Beyond!

One World Week 2012 – the theme was about exploring resilience in young people in Ireland and around the world. ‘Bouncing Back and Beyond’ was the educationa […]
August 27, 2012
NYCI

Development education and the National Quality Standards Framework (NQSF)

What is development education? Is development education good youth work practice? How does development education contribute towards the NQSF? Where to learn more about the link […]
June 14, 2012
NYCI

Legislative Process in Ireland

Introduction: Apart from the European Union, the Oireachtas is the only institution in Ireland with power to make laws for the state. Most legislation is developed […]
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