NYCI is the representative body for voluntary youth organisations in Ireland. We use our collective expertise to act on issues that impact on young people.

The Covid-19 outbreak represents a major challenge for the youth work sector.
It changes the way we all must work. With that in mind, we’re bringing together resources, training and advice to support you through this time.

Contacting our team

We are working remotely as much as possible at the moment.

The best way to contact us is by email: you’ll get our staff contact details here.

NEWS

Stay up to date with the latest news and information on our work in the youth sector in Ireland.

BOOSTING THE IMPACT OF PEACE WITH THE YOUTHPACT PROJECT

Over the last four years the EU funded ‘YouthPact’ project – of which NYCI was a partner – has been busy supporting and working with eleven […]

SPARK Youth Arts Festival – sign up now!

We are delighted to announce the SPARK Youth Arts Festival! Join us online and in-person from February 14th – 18th 2022 for a celebration of youth arts!

Regularisation Scheme for Undocumented People is Opening on 31st January

NYCI is delighted that the regularisation scheme for undocumented people living in Ireland has opened

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BOOK UPCOMING TRAINING COURSES & EVENTS

*The majority of our events currently take place online. A small number of trainings are delivered in-person. Check individual listings below for details*

Click on any of the events below to find out more about them, or click here to see all available training and events that you can book online.

Making Links With Minority Ethnic Youth Groups

COURSE DESCRIPTION NYCI's Making Links Project brings together minority ethnic youth work leaders who work with minority ethnic young people. It seeks to create a network […]

Understanding Young People and Pornography – Sligo

This is a two day course offered in conjunction with the HSE’s Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy Programmes B4uDecide campaign. This training and accompanying resource will explore the concept of delaying early sex among young people.

Developing a Sexual Health Policy: Best Practice in Sexual Health Promotion – Dublin

This one day course is a follow on from the Delay/B4udecide training or other sexual health courses. It aims to strengthen the organisational environment for the delivery of sexual health programmes and will consider the development of policy and good practice.

PROGRAMMES

Our programmes provide expert guidance, practical training and user-friendly resources to support your work with young people.

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