Youth Work

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September 17, 2010

Stereotyping Of Young People (2009)

This research highlighted a widespread stereotyping of young people in a range of arenas – at school, in their local communities and in the media. The […]
September 16, 2010

Youth Work Act 2001

The purpose of this act is to provide a statutory framework for the provision of youth work programmes and services by the Minister, VECs and by […]
September 16, 2010

National Youth Work Development Plan 2003-2007

This plan sets out a strategy for the first five-year plan for the development of youth work in Ireland and is the first sustained examination of […]
September 6, 2010

Standpoints Global Attitudes

This report presents the findings of a qualitative research project investigating the attitudes of adults and young people involved in youth work towards development and global […]
September 6, 2010

Inequality And The Negative Stereotyping Of Young People

This report investigates the negative stereotyping of young people in Ireland. It includes the findings of research into the experiences of young people and their perceptions […]
August 24, 2010

Why Don’t We? – Youth Participation Resource Pack Section 05 0

This pack provides a guide to action and youth participation for youth organisations. It was written through a youth led consultation process. "Why Don't We?" is designed […]
August 23, 2010

Starting Out A National Induction Training Programme

‘Starting Out’, The National Induction Training Programme for Volunteers engaged in Youth Work Practice, provides a framework for the content and learning outcomes for training volunteers. […]
August 23, 2010

Youth Work Policy

NYCI Policy Positions NYCI calls on the next Government to increase investment in current youth work funding by €15  from €58 in 2014 to €73 per […]
August 20, 2010

Ways and Means of Working with Older Teens Conference – 2009

“Ways and Means of Working with Older Teens” was NYCI’s annual thematic conference which took place in 2009.

The conference examined the social context and the role of youth organisations; seeking to identify opportunities and develop positive, creative and innovative ways of working with and providing supports for older teens.