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Covid-19 guidance update: residentials

The most up to date version of the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth (DCEDIY) Covid-19 Guidance for Youth Organisations has been issued. Residentials […]

Youth Work Sector’s Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic: 12 Months On

Following on from our independent report on the youth work sector's response to the Covid-19 pandemic published in September 2020, I'm getting in touch to ask […]

Why you should be using STEAM in your Youth Work: 5 key takeaways from our new studies

Over the last nine years NYCI has led or partnered in many national and European research and development projects and provided training and equipment to hundreds of youth workers who have, in turn, gone on to deliver STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, maths) programmes with thousands of young people across Ireland.

We’re hiring a Digital Communications Officer!

Are you passionate about using digital for good? We’re hiring a Digital Communications Officer. You will be central to the delivery and execution of NYCI’s new digital strategy, supporting the development, distribution and measurement of strategic, effective digital promotions and communications to support our work.

Minority Voices Shaping and Creating our Equal and Inclusive Future

As part of our European Youth Week celebrations, NYCI and Léargas will host an event to explore this year’s theme “Our Future in Our Hands”:

Covid-19 guidance update: transport

The most up to date version of the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth (DCEDIY) Covid-19 Guidance for Youth Organisations has been issued. In […]

New NUI Certificate in Youth Arts with a Specialism in STEAM

We are now accepting expressions of interest in the NUI Certificate in Youth Arts with a Specialism in STEAM! This Level 7 NUI Certificate is delivered in […]

National Motor Insurance and Young people survey 2021

NYCI are working with the Union of Students in Ireland to conduct research the views of young people aged 17 – 25 years living in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland on their experiences of obtaining motor insurance.

Reaching out to minority ethnic 18-24 year olds living in Ireland

We are looking for young people who might identify as second generation Irish (a child of one or more parents or care givers who were born overseas or are 1st generation immigrants) to participate in an online focus group with us and 3-4 other young people.

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