Ireland’s youth population will increase by 11.6% between 2015 and 2025, rising to just over 1,000,000. NYCI’s Pre-Budget Submission (2018) ‘A Million Good Reasons: preparing Ireland […]
Infographic overview of the activities of NYCI in 2016. Dowload your copy of at the link below:
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This powerpoint presentation is meant to be something you can dip in and out of. It will hopefully help you learn about the Sustainable Development Goals […]
This guidance document explains how the Garda vetting process works and it outlines the responsibilities of organisations. It has been compiled by the NYCI Child Protection […]
The resource seeks to put the plight of refugees and the drivers of migration into a wider political context with the SDGs as a tool providing […]
Budget 2017 did nothing to redress the inequitable and age discriminatory policies adopted during recession in response to youth unemployment. In fact, the decisions taken in […]
Promoting best quality inclusive practice in youth work settings: This 8 Steps to Inclusive Youth Work can help you: Report within the National Quality Standards Framework (NQSF), Write your continuous […]
In this submission NYCI recommends to Government a number of priorities for investment in Budget 2017 Invest in Youth Work Services Reduce Youth Unemployment Incentivise […]
Inforgraphic report on the Structured Dialogue process in 2016 from exploration, through consultation with young people and into implementation of the process on the theme of […]
Enabling all young people to engage in a diverse, connected and inclusive europe. Ready for life, ready for society.
This report details the findings of consultations conducted in relation to the Structured Dialogue Process carried out for the National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) in […]
The highlights of a busy year on many fronts.
Final report of the work done in 2014 and 2015 on the topic of political empowerment. If you would like a hard copy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org […]
This General Election Manifesto puts forward a range of proposals to improve the lives of young people, to support them to achieve their full potential and […]
We acknowledge the importance of an increase in funding for youth work services in Budget 2016, which will provide additional support to youth organizations working with […]
Audited Financial Statement for the year ending December 2014
Spiced up is written with youth workers and leaders in mind as well as those who are involved in working with young women in a non-formal […]
In this submission NYCI outlines what we believe should be Government priorities for action and spending in Budget 2016; 1. Invest in Youth Work Services Increase […]
Report on the Structured Dialogue “Young Voices” event on an Inclusive, Diverse and Connected Europe; Outcomes and Questions to Policy and Decision Makers.
Consultation with young people and youth leaders/workers on the issues of “Diversity, Connectivity and Inclusion” in a changing Europe.
This summary report was part of the EU Structured Dailogue process “Young Voices” in Ireland and is the results of a consultation with young people on […]
‘Home is Where the Heart is’ was an NYCI conference on return migration from a youth perspective. The conference was opened by the Minister of State […]