Resource Hub

Expert resources, toolkits and publications to support your work with and for young people.

Resources to help you have an impact: whether you’re a youth worker looking for toolkits and ready to go activities, an advocate looking for reports you can cite in a brief, or a journalist looking for reliable data, NYCI resources can help your work on issues affecting young people.

FURTHER RESOURCES

Resources for young people who are staying at home

We have put together a short list of podcasts, film, photography, visual art, creative writing and reading resources and book recommendations for young people aged 12+ for young people who find themselves stuck indoors for the coming weeks.

Coronavirus Resources

We’ve collected some useful, shareable video and visuals on explaining Coronavirus and dealing with stress during this period. The HSE has also made available posters, leaflets and videos on hygiene, hand-washing and preventing the spread of Covid-19.

NYCI – What we do

NYCI is the representative body for voluntary youth organisations in Ireland. We  use our collective experience to act on issues that impact on young people. Get […]

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

Final Report: Citizenship in a Digital Era – International Training Course for Youth Workers

The main aim of this training Hosted by the National Youth Council of Ireland and supported by Leargas was to equip youth workers from Europe with the tools to increase the levels of media literacy amongst the young people that they work with and support them to be responsible digital citizens.

2020 NYCI General Election Manifesto

NYCI calls on all parties and candidates in the upcoming General Election, if elected to Dáil Éireann, to commit to policies and actions to address the social injustices and economic inequalities affecting young people.

Youth Work in Rural Ireland: A Qualitative Research Study Exploring the Provision of Youth Work in a Rural Context

This research explores the nature and scope of youth work provision in rural Ireland. Although the focus of this study is to capture the experience of youth work provision from the perspective of the youth workers, young people were also consulted as part of this study about their views and experiences of living in rural parts of Ireland and of engaging in youth work.

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Join the representative body for youth organisations in Ireland and take advantage of the benefits for your organisation

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