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Will you be registering to vote before next Wednesday?

Among the information overload we're all suffering from, one important date for our democracy risks going unnoticed: You need to register to vote before the Wednesday […]

New toolkit: Using Games in Youth Work

NYCI and Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) are delighted to launch our new toolkit, Using Games in Youth Work for Development Education. This very practical resource […]

One World Week Festival announced!

One World Week 2020 is just around the corner – and our annual youth summit has been transformed into a week-long festival of activities, inspiration and […]

Are You Our Next All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassador?

The search is on for motivated individual to take part in the second cohort of All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors. Are you aged 18-30, and eager to […]

Webinar: Games to Engage Young People with Climate Change

11th November, LIT Thurles & Tipperary Festival of Science

Skills Summary in Best Practice – Call for Youth Organisations

Apply for an equipment grant worth €150 by sharing your experience and tell us how Skills Summary brings your work practice to life. NYCI is delighted […]

Just Transition – Youth2030 share a message of hope

The world is changing and in order to meet the living requirements for current and future generations, our approach to global development and economic growth has got to change.

Film/Photography Competition “Space & Participation for All”

Call to young people and youth organisations to create a photograph or a film that portrays their experience of youth participation. Entries will be in with the chance to win up to €300 […]

Attend Future Human – Europe’s leading sci-tech conference

Science Foundation of Ireland (SFI) have an interesting mid-term opportunity that youth workers and young people who have engaged in NYCI’s STEAM in Youth Work project […]

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