NYCI’s submission relates specifically to young people’s experiences of racism and the recommendations they, and the youth work sector have asked us to convey.
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 […]
This guide is for young people, youth workers and other practitioners who are interested in exploring inspiring and hands-on STEAM activities. The activities: introduce STEAM in […]
In 2017, the WHO (World Health Organisations) developed a framework to provide support for sexuality educators when implementing sexual health training programmes. The framework also aims […]
Opening Statement to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Housing, Local Government and Heritage on the General Scheme of the Electoral Reform Bill, 2020. 8th June, 2021
The Cycle of EU Youth Dialogue was on EU Youth Goal #9 “Space and participation for all”. Young people across Europe were consulted on “Space for […]
This independent study of six innovative frontline STEAM in youth work projects explores the questions: What is the value of delivering STEAM in the youth work […]
NYCI’s Youth Health and Child Protection Programmes have created an infographic to help you understand Coco’s Law – The Harassment, Harmful Communications and Related Offences Act […]
We have created this resource to support you to deliver climate justice work with young people. Please read, use and adapt it to suit your group’s […]
STEAM in Youth Work Support Services. Report on a final evaluation survey 2021 This independent report by Sinéad Begley & Associates highlights the successes of NYCI’s […]
Activity pack for STEAM activities, sessions and projects This user-friendly resource provides youth workers and educators with a selection of some of the most popular activities […]
Let’s make sure you have all the bases covered when it comes to equality and inclusion.
NYCI commissioned University College Cork to carry out this independent mapping of youth arts provision in youth work settings in Ireland. The research report outlines: What the nature and […]
This support manual has been designed to support youth organisations in pursuit of the NYHP’s Health Quality Mark (HQM) and includes: An introduction to the National Youth […]
The NYCI National Youth Health Programme has developed this infographic to provide information to youth workers about the links between The National Youth Health Programme (NYHP) […]
The NYCI National Youth Health Programme has developed this planetary health checklist to assist youth workers and those working with young people. This checklist provides tips […]
The NYCI National Youth Health Programme has developed this video on planetary health to support youth workers and those working with young people. The video provides […]
The ‘NYCI Youth Work Changes Lives Showcase’ took place on Wednesday 19th June 2019, at the Round Room, Mansion House, Dublin. The showcase provided an opportunity […]
This guide is for youth workers who are interested in setting up ‘makerspaces’ and including STEM and maker education in youth work. This guide: introduces the […]
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This extensive resource list includes activity resources, educational resources and key contacts. It is set out under headings referring to specific minority and marginalised groups as […]
This practical toolkit is packed full of ideas, guidance, tips, templates and resources for youth workers who want to: Include gamification in their regular youth work Use existing […]
This toolkit explores the issue of power and helps you make links to the Sustainable Development Goals. It is designed for global educators, youth workers, development […]
This infographic illustrates the strong relationship between Skills Summary, as a development tool that measures young people’s skill development progress, and the UBU Your Place Your Space `seven personal and social development outcomes`, that many youth work organisations are guided by in their practice.