Publications

Search Documents:

Display as:

Activism, the SDGs and Youth

Welcome to the latest NYCI Resource for Global Educators, Youth Workers, Development Education practitioners, trainers, activists, changemakers of all shapes and sizes but in particular those […]

STEM in Youth Work Maker Project: Final Report

The final learning report from the NYCI TechSpace STEM in Youth Work Maker Project highlights that including STEM in youth work enhances it in unique ways. […]

NYCI Strategic Plan 2018-2022

The National Youth Council of Ireland passionately believes in an Ireland where every young person in every community across the country is empowered through excellent youth […]

Promoting Health in the Youth Sector – A Practice Manual

Over the past ten years there have been significant developments at policy and strategy levels, both internationally and nationally, which provide a strong rationale for promoting […]

SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE IN YOUTH HEALTH PROMOTION

The course encourages, supports and facilitates youth organisations to become effective settings for health. 

Outside In – Transforming Hate in Youth Settings

This educational tool and practice manual, based on personal experiences of discrimination, outlines innovative approaches on how to transform hate in youth work settings over the […]

National Youth Strategy 2015- 2020

The aim of the National Youth Strategy is to enable all young people to realise their maximum potential, by respecting their rights and hearing their voices, […]

Creating Magic

If you are currently running an arts project or you are thinking about getting started, we hope this publication will prove very helpful. It is intended […]

Report on Structured Dialogue Consultations with Young People in Ireland – Full Version

Youth in Europe: What Next? Structured Dialogue Cycle VI – Consultation Phase Full report

Capturing Magic: A Tool for Evaluating Outcomes in Youth Arts Projects

This resource will help you measure the outcomes of your youth arts project. This set of scales specially designed to provide a series of observable behaviours in a group of young people taking part in an arts project.

Evaluating outcomes: How to use ‘Capturing Magic’

A Practical Guide to using NYCI’s ‘Capturing Magic’ – a tool for evaluating outcomes in youth arts projects in line with the National Quality Standards Framework […]

Introducing Visual Art

Introduction Using Art in Youth Work provides opportunities to encourage creativity and self-expression.  It presents new challenges and can expose people to new and exciting art forms. […]

A Creative & Participatory Evaluation Workshop for Facilitators and Youth Leaders Working with Young People

Introduction Evaluation of process, progress and outcomes is a vital part of any youth work, and should occur as an ongoing activity throughout any project. A […]

Engaging young people with photography

This online resource gives you a duo of photography workshops to undertake with young people – one using cameras and one without. Written by Aoife Giles, […]

Engaging young people with photography

This online resource gives you a duo of photography workshops to undertake with young people – one using cameras and one without. Written by Aoife Giles, […]

Working in Partnership

Courage, tenacity and patience key to partnerships involving young people and the arts Seeking out partnerships can be enormously helpful to youth work and artistic programmes […]

12 Tips for Embedding the Arts in Your Youth Work Setting

12 Trusty Tips for Starting and Sustaining Youth Arts Work: Youth arts work involves, by necessity and design, the collaboration of young people, youth workers and […]

Digital Youth Work Guidelines

These guidance documents were developed in response to the recommendations identified in the Screenagers International research project. They accompany a Screenagers workshop with policy makers and […]

Screenagers International Research Project – Report

Screenagers International Research Project using ICT, Digital & Social Media in Youth Work. The Screenagers International Research Project is a collaborative study focussing on the use […]

Screenagers International Research Project – Infographic

Screenagers International Research Project using ICT, Digital & Social Media in Youth Work. The Screenagers International Research Project is a collaborative study focussing on the use […]

A Framework for the Inclusion of Ethics in Youth Work Education and Training

Ethics is the study of moral obligation involving the distinction between what is right and what is wrong and this is influenced by a person’s values […]

NSETS Professional Endorsement Criteria

Criteria and Procedures for the Professional Endorsement of Higher Education Programmes of Study in Youth Work

NSETS Terms of Reference 2019

 The Terms of Reference (TOR) have been drawn up by the Department of Education for Northern Ireland (DENI) and the Department of Children and Youth Affairs […]

Transforming Shadows

We brought 12 young adults (aged 20–30) from diverse cultural, social and religious backgrounds from Ireland and Lebanon to work together in Beirut, Lebanon for one week […]

Chapter 14 Working with young people in rural and geographically isolated areas

This section focuses on working with young people in rural Ireland who experience isolation. This chapter presents demographics in relation to rural Ireland, explains the varying […]

Share
Share On Facebook
Share On Twitter
Share On Linkedin
Hide