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.
Climate Revolution: One World Week development education and global citizenship education resource pack
Young people across the planet have become instrumental and a leading voice in taking action against Climate Change and for Climate Justice.
In the NYCI Pre-Budget 2020 submission, we called on Government to give young people and the youth sector a fair share in Budget 2020. In relation […]
This guide is for those who have the privilege of witnessing the flourishing of young people in realtime but still often worry that those young people get left behind in the competitive world of employment and further opportunities.
The Skills Summary Manual gives you an overview about the basic features of the tool.
What is Skills Summary? Download our flyer to inform your young people about the tool.
We provide reporting to help you track skill development progress of your young people and measure the impact of your work.
You can`t access Skills Summary online with your young people? We have a Skills Summary Offline Version available for you.
Funding for youth work services from the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA) declined significantly between 2008 and 2014, while there has been some recovery […]
This resource is essential for anyone working with young people and invites organisations to examine how they engage with youth from a variety of backgrounds. Use Access […]
The directors present their annual report together with the audited financial statements for the year ended 31 December 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 […]
The NYCI Pre-Budget 2020 submission details costed recommendations for investment in youth work services and voluntary youth organisations, employment, education and social protection supports, and measures […]
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 […]
Guide to Project Planning Framework
Guide to drawing up an artist’s contract
Guide to creating a successful youth arts residency
Welcome to the latest NYCI Resource for Global Educators, Youth Workers, Development Education practitioners, trainers, activists, changemakers of all shapes and sizes but in particular those […]
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. […]
The National Youth Council of Ireland passionately believes in an Ireland where every young person in every community across the country is empowered through excellent youth […]
Over the past ten years there have been significant developments at policy and strategy levels, both internationally and nationally, which provide a strong rationale for promoting […]
The course encourages, supports and facilitates youth organisations to become effective settings for health.
This educational tool and practice manual outlines an innovative new approach on how to transform hate in youth work settings. Focused on the youth worker, and their […]