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National Car 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.

Vote at 16 Bill Welcomed by NYCI

Voting at 16: Youth Council welcomes Bill to extend voting rights to people aged 16 and over over 128,000 young people aged 16 and 17 in […]

Celebrating Cruinniú na nÓg 2021 through three STEAM in Youth Work Workshops

NYCI is working with Ballymun Anseo School Completion Programme, Ballymun Regional Youth Resource and SWICN Clubhouseto celebrate Cruinniú na nÓg 2021 through three STEAM in Youth […]

NYCI seeks Youth Participation Project Officer

The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) is seeking a Youth Participation Project Officer to increase the engagement of youth workers and young people in our European youth participation initiatives.

NYCI seeks Health Promotion Officer

The National Youth Council of Ireland National Youth Health Programme is recruiting a Health Promotion Officer to contribute to the development and roll out of the Programme’s strategic plan in line with NYCI’s strategic plan and national policy.

Covid-19 update: working with vulnerable young people

Update re: our ongoing engagement with the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth (DECDIY) regarding the Covid-19 Guidance for Youth Organisations on behalf of the […]

Rethinking Impact: Legacy and evaluation in a global youth work context 

How can we think imaginatively about and broaden the definition of evaluation? How can we move beyond the idea of ‘impact’ and shift to a legacy focus? On March 25, 2021 we held […]

Youth Participation Network

We are currently seeking youth worker’s, volunteers and young leaders to join us in creating a dynamic space for young people to shape their world and be heard at European level.  

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