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We’re hiring! STEAM in Youth Work Programme Specialist

NYCI is seeking a Programme Specialist to lead the delivery of the STEAM in youth work project This is a varied role requiring significant specialist experience […]

Covid-19 Induction Session for Youth Sector

Welcome to the DCYA / NYCI Covid-19 Induction Training for the Phased Resumption of Full Youth Services in the Youth Sector.

Explore what’s new on Skills Summary

Have you seen Skills Summary`s new user interface and our exciting new features?

Covid-19 update: letter and guidance from DCEDIY for youth work organisations

We are sharing with you the latest letter from the Minister of the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth (DCEDIY), informed by the most recent […]

European Solidarity Corps Workshop

ESC “Be the Spark’ Workshop for youth workers & young people (18 – 30yrs) | 19th & 26th Feb | 12-3pm | Via Zoom

The final declaration of the 3rd European Youth Work Convention – what you need to know

The 3rd European Youth Work Convention has just ended. 1000 participants from over 50 countries, 85 workshops and more than 30 hours of input and discussion! […]

Skills Summary wins prestigious EU award!

The NYCI Skills Summary project is delighted to announce it has been awarded the Job Bridge Award 2020! Skills Summary is an innovative way for young people to explore the skills they gain through non-formal education, including volunteering, and identify areas that need development.

Charlemagne Youth Prize

Since the prize’s inception in 2008, the European Parliament in collaboration with the ‘Foundation of the International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen’, invite young people from all EU Member States to submit projects run by and for youth that illustrate an active participation in the development of Europe.

Invitation to tender: evaluation of Making Links minority ethnic youth leaders project

NYCI is inviting tenders from suitably qualified evaluators to work on a consultancy basis from January 2021 to evaluate the impact and success of our Making Links project and to provide recommendations on the future development of the project.

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