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Youth Council welcomes increased €5m investment in youth services

Budget ‘recognises impact of Covid-19 on young people and role of youth work’ The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) – which represents groups working with […]

Job Opportunity: Local Creative Youth Partnership Co-ordinator

Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim ETB (MSLETB) is inviting applications for the following fixed term position: Local Creative Youth Partnership Co-ordinator (LCYP Co-Ordinator).

Over 3,000 sign petition calling on the Government to properly fund youth work in Budget 2022

3,085 of you used your voices to call on the Government to properly fund youth work in Budget 2022

One World Week – Save The Date

It’s official: #OneWorldWeek21 takes place from November 20th – 27th this year! Watch this space for news of the amazing week of youth-led awareness raising, education and action we have lined up for you this year!

Share your ideas and win STEAM Equipment Prizes!

As part of ‘Creating Our Future’ NYCI is giving away STEAM equipment worth €2,000

NYCI research highlights continued impact of Covid-19 on youth work services and young people’s engagement

Sixty-nine per cent of youth work sector organisations saw a decrease in the number of young people engaging with their services, with 80,000 less young people […]

Are you on the map? Development Education and SDG work nationwide

NYCI have created an interactive online map that highlights current Development Education and SDG focused youth work across Ireland.

We’re calling on our Government to invest an extra €10 million in youth services in Budget 2022. Will you support this call?

Add your voice and call on our Government to support young people in Budget 2022 – by investing €10 million in young people and youth work.

Youth Work Changes Lives – Budget 2022 Update

We’ve been blown away by the response to the petition – we’ve already reached over 1,700 signatures, and it’s growing all the time.

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