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October 10, 2012

One World Week 2010: Images and Messages in Development

 

One World Week 2010: 13 -21 November

October 10, 2012

One World Week 2011: ‘A Rich Man’s World?’

One World Week 2011: 12 - 20 November

August 27, 2012
NYCI

Development education and the National Quality Standards Framework (NQSF)

What is development education? Is development education good youth work practice? How does development education contribute towards the NQSF? Where to learn more about the link […]
January 16, 2012

Report available! ‘Making the case for Development Education in Youth Work’

A seminar Making the Case for Development Education in Youth Work, took place on 9 February 2012 as part of the NYCI National Youth Development Education Programme. The […]
December 1, 2011

Digitales from Zambia from our 2011 participants

Digi-tales are being used widely by our partner organisations in Zambia. They use a sequence of photos to tell a story along with a voice over […]
November 14, 2011
Sustainable Development Goals

What’s happening around Ireland for One World Week?

For a list of events that are taking place around Ireland during, or linked to,  One World Week 2012 click here. For further information on any […]
September 1, 2011

Youth work practice in Ireland and Zambia, by Chris Chiwela (Junior Achievement Zambia)

Christopher Chiwela is a youth worker working with Junior Achievement Zambia and he is also a member of the Zambian Youth Workers’ Association (ZYWA). He took […]
July 5, 2011
Development Education

Reflecting on Zambia, by Senan Gardiner (ex-NYCI) and Martin Ryan (ex-No Name Club)

In this article, two participants from the NYCI Development Education Programme’s 2009 Zambia-Ireland Exchange reflect on the experience two years on. Martin Ryan was the CEO […]
June 10, 2011

The Volunteering Spirit, by Jill Murray Gilmer (Foróige)

Jill Murray was working as a youth leader in Lucan Youth Service, CYC when she participated in the exchange in 2006. She is currently working for […]
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