The research confirms that volunteering can play a very significant role in developing greater levels of community and social awareness and involvement amongst young people in […]
In this submission, NYCI outlines what we believe to be priorities for Government action and spending in order to protect real needs and essential services: 1. […]
This report is a result of 18 months of consultation with young jobseekers, experts and stakeholders along with research and analysis of existing actions and policies […]
Today Minister Joan Burton T.D. unveils NYCI’s report ‘Creating A Future for Young Jobseekers’ at 12pm in the European Parliament Offices on Molesworth Street. The report […]
This is the first time that any research has been conducted on the lived experience of young unemployed people in Ireland. The results provide a worrying […]
Conference Proceedings – NYCI National Conference on Youth Unemployment Wednesday 5th October 2010 Croke Park, Dublin.
Our analysis of the savage cuts the Government presides over is that Budget 2011 represents an unfair reduction in public expenditure with the imposition of devastating […]
In this submission, NYCI outline what we believe to be priorities for Government action and spending in 2011. We acknowledge the need to make adjustments to […]
This report documents the proceedings of 'Taking the Initiative on Intercultural Youth Work,' a conference organised by the National Youth Council of Ireland to mark Intercultural […]
This report of an exchange between youth workers from Zambia and Ireland highlights the experiences of participants and outline the key lessons learned. It is aimed […]
This report documents the proceedings of 'Beyond the Local: Bringing a Global Perspective to Anti-Racist Youth Work', a conference organised by the National Youth Development Education […]
Going Global! provides youth workers with a step-by-step guide to delivering quality development education programmes. Each section includes case studies which share the experiences and insights […]
This report details the circumstances of separated asylum-seeking children in Ireland. Separated children are those young people who arrive in Ireland to seek refuge without the […]
The ‘Young People: for a Life without Tobacco?’ consultation asked young people about their opinion on a life without tobacco. Is it possible? Why? Why […]
Class Action – Nyci Policy On Lifelong/lifewide Learning, Educational Disadvantage And Access To Higher And Further Education.
Released in 2002, this publication is an NYCI Policy on Lifelong/Lifewide Learning, Educational Disadvantage and Access to Higher and Further Education.
This survey provides a snapshot of the current accommodation issues of young people in Ireland. It ascertains some basic information as to cost, tenure type […]
Hearing Young Voices examines both the theory and practice of consultation with children and takes a close look at many of the practical hurdles and […]
This document responds to Frequently Asked Questions that NYCI receives on the inclusion of cultural and minority ethnic young people and leaders in youth work.