In this submission, NYCI outlines what it believes to be priorities for Government action and spending in the areas of: 1. Defending Youth Work Services 2. […]
The Irish Presidency managed to secure the commitment of all member states to the Youth Guarantee. It will give young people under the age of 25 […]
Young Voices report on How can Young People be more Included in Society, especially those who are not in Employment, Education or Training.
This consultation with young people focuses on the possible solutions for the social inclusion of young people, with a special emphasis on those who are not […]
Statement on the Contribution of Quality Youth Work
Council Of The Eu Conclusions On Maximising The Potential Of Youth Policy In Addressing The Goals Of The Europe 2020 Strategy
Maximizing the Potential of Youth Policy
Time To Go? A Qualitative Research Study Exploring The Experience And Impact Of Emigration On Ireland’s Youth
By interviewing young people who have emigrated to the UK and to Canada about their experience, the study explores: 1. Where are Irish youth emigrating to […]
We note that the Convention is focusing on extending to the voting age to 17, however, our submission puts forward the arguments in favour of reducing […]
NYCI Infographic Factsheet: Youth Guarantee
This workshop explored hate in video games, raising awareness of the phenomenon and community based measures to address it.
The youth guarantee would offer a young person aged 18 to 24 a job, work experience, apprenticeship, training or combined work and training within a defined […]
Audited Financial Statement for the year ending December 2011
Speech from Commissioner László Andor on the Social Situation Yearly Review 2012. The speech was made at an event to launch the second Employment and […]
Budget 2013 offers little support for children and young people. Many of the budgetary measures were harsh and draconian and will affect some of the most […]
NYCI Pre-Budget Submission for Budget 2013
2012 has seen some significant strategic developments in many of our member organisations. The youth sector has demonstrated its willingness to work collectively to innovate, inspire […]
The results of the cost-benefit assessment of the economic value of youth work presented in this study suggest that the public funding provided by the State […]
The EU Youth Report adopted on 10th September 2012, calls for youth employment, social inclusion, health and the well-being of young people to be top priorities in […]
If passed, the Children’s Referendum will insert a new Article into the Constitution.