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July 3, 2019

Games in Youth Work – Engaging young people in climate action and development education

This innovative and exciting new programme will enable youth workers to use games to strengthen their practice while focussing on climate, environmental and development issues.
June 28, 2019

NYCI Annual Review 2018

We’re very proud of what we achieved for the youth sector in 2018. With our members we’ve worked hard to make sure youth work is recognised […]
June 12, 2019

NYCI Arts Programme – Digital Filmmaking Handbook

A tool for inspiration, exploration and imagination in youth work. This resource is published by the Youth Arts Programme, an initiative of the National Youth Council […]
May 22, 2019

Protected: STEAM in Youthreach – Athlone

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May 20, 2019

STEAM in Youth Work – Enniscorthy

During this introductory training day you will undertake a range of STEAM activities and gain the skills and knowledge needed to facilitate high-quality STEAM learning experiences for your young people.
May 20, 2019

STEAM in Youth Work – Kilkenny

During this introductory training day you will undertake a range of STEAM activities and gain the skills and knowledge needed to facilitate high-quality STEAM learning experiences for your young people.
May 17, 2019

STEAMING AHEAD: TOWARDS EMBEDDING STEAM IN IRISH YOUTH WORK

The Digital Youth Work Project aims to build capacity to deliver digital youth work in the youth work sector. It is a transnational Erasmus+ project with seven partners from six different countries across Europe and it is implemented during 2017-2019.
May 17, 2019

STEM in Youth Work Maker Project: Final Report

The final learning report from the NYCI TechSpace STEM in Youth Work Maker Project highlights that including STEM in youth work enhances it in unique ways. […]
May 17, 2019

EU Digital Youth Work Project

The Digital Youth Work Project aims to build capacity to deliver digital youth work in the youth work sector. It is a transnational Erasmus+ project with seven partners from six different countries across Europe and it is implemented during 2017-2019.