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One World Week Training Workshops available until March 2022!

To meet demand following the success of One World Week last November, we will be providing additional One World Week training workshops until the end of March 2022. These are aimed at young people and youth workers, and will facilitate discussions around the theme of “Global Identity: Collective Actions.”

SPARK €300 Mini Grants – Call for Applications

The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) Youth Arts Programme is delighted to invite applications for our SPARK Mini-Grant worth €300

Youth Arts Live – Call to Participate

NYCI’s Youth Arts Programme is looking for 10 young people aged 18 to 25 from all over Ireland to share and discuss their experiences of youth arts, the impact of youth arts in their lives and their vision for youth arts in Ireland. We want to make sure your voices are heard within national conversations about youth arts!

Regularisation Scheme for Undocumented People 2021

NYCI is delighted with last week’s announcement of a regularisation scheme for undocumented people living in Ireland. The scheme, although limited to the next six months, brings rights and justice to about 17,000 residents, including 3,000 children and young people, who all call Ireland home. For many, it is their only home.

SPARK Youth Arts Festival – Save the Date

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!

15 places added to our Developing Digital Media Literacy Course with CyberSafeKids

In partnership with the NYCI Child Protection Programme, CyberSafeKids is offering this free course comprising 4 x one-hour workshops exclusively to those in the youth work sector.

Registering to Vote

The deadline for registering to vote Thursday 25th November 2021. This is of particular importance to young people who have turned 18 or will be 18 […]

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 hiring: Education and Engagement Officer – STEAM in Youthreach

‘Full STEAM Ahead! A Partnership Approach to STEAM in Youthreach’ is a two-year project (2021- 2023) that is supporting three Youthreach Centres to design and deliver cutting-edge STEAM education and public engagement initiatives. Learning will be used to develop a range of educational management, teaching and extra-curricular resources that will be shared with the wider Youthreach sector.

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