From Daniel, NYCI Communications Team <[email protected]>
Subject Clár na nÓg - training, events, opportunities and more
Date August 4, 2021 3:36 PM
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Your guide to training, events, vacancies and opportunities across the youth sector.

Your guide to training, events, vacancies, and opportunities across the youth sector.


** July/August 2021
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Hello John,

I hope you enjoyed a break over the bank holiday. Below we've put together your usual round-up of opportunities, updates, and events from across the youth sector.

Stay safe and enjoy the rest of the week!

Daniel
NYCI

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NYCI News
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Upcoming training, deadlines, and calls

* UN Youth Delegate Programme ([link removed]) Deadline August 13
* Subsidised STEAM training for Youthreach staff ([link removed]) August 24
* Introduction to circus skills in youth work ([link removed]) Sept 13
* STEAM collaboration project ([link removed]) Deadline Sept 14
* Creating a youth arts policy for your organisation ([link removed]) Sept 20
* Drama techniques in youth work settings ([link removed]) Sept 27
* Using the critical reflection model in youth work ([link removed]) Oct 14
* NUI STEAM certificate (lv. 7) ([link removed]) Nov 11
* One World Week 2021 (#oww) Nov 20 - 27
* Accessing young people's needs ([link removed]) Nov 22
* Meditation Sessions series ([link removed]) Ongoing

Remember to check out our Covid-19 hub ([link removed]) for more resources, training, and advice.



** UN Youth Delegate Programme
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The aims of United Nations Youth Delegate Programme Ireland are to provide a platform for young people from Ireland to be represented at the UN and to directly involve them in the international diplomacy and foreign policy and decision-making agenda. Find out more and apply here >> ([link removed])



** Heavily subsidised STEAM training, resources, and equipment for Youthreach staff
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As part of Full STEAM Ahead! A Partnership Approach to STEAM in Youthreach, we are delighted to announce the first in a series of support packages aimed at helping you to deliver STEAM workshops and programmes at your centre. Find out more ([link removed]) >> ([link removed])


** Save the date: One World Week 2021
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It's official: #OneWorldWeek21 ([link removed]) takes place from November 20th – 27th this year! Watch this space for news of the amazing week of youth-led awareness raising, education and action we have lined up for you this year!



** STEAM collaboration project
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NYCI is seeking to pilot a collaborative project with six organisations that want to enhance equity and inclusion within their STEAM-related public engagement programmes by working with youth work organisations. The work will be showcased in late 2022. Find out more ([link removed]) >> ([link removed])


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NUI Youth Arts Certificate
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Our NUI Certificate in Youth Arts with a Specialism in STEAM is now open for applications. We’re delighted to be partnering with Maynooth University to deliver this exciting new level 7 NUI certificate. This part-time programme runs from November 2021 to June 2022 and is designed for anyone working in non-formal education and looking to learn more about the concepts, principles, and practice of youth arts and STEAM in Youth Work. Register your interest >> ([link removed])


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Meditation Sessions series
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Hundreds of you have now joined our free month-long meditation journey focused on you and your wellbeing since its launch! NYCI partnered with The Sanctuary to develop the series to support youth workers and those working with young people. If you haven't done so yet sign up here >> ([link removed])


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Covid-19: guidance for youth services
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We will continue to update you on our ongoing engagement with the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth regarding the Covid-19 Guidance for Youth Organisations ([link removed]) on behalf of the youth work sector. Read the latest update >> ([link removed])
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** Member News
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** Get Back Clubbing - Join A Youth Club!
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Youth Work Ireland Midlands are planning a roadshow for September and October 2021 to reinvigorate youth clubs in Westmeath, Offaly and Roscommon. Find out more >> ([link removed])


** Irish Girl Guides 100th birthday bash!
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Irish Girl Guides celebrated 110 years of empowering girls and young women by holding an online birthday party on Saturday 31^st July. Check it out on the Irish Girl Guides YouTube channel ([link removed]) . It took place during their first ever online international camp, attended by over 1,000 Guides from 10 countries.

Is your organisation an NYCI Member?
As well as advocating on your behalf, NYCI provides advice, networking and development opportunities, and expert training in all areas of youth work, including child protection, development education, equality, arts, health, and more. Find out more ([link removed]) here >> ([link removed])

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** Vacancies
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Voluntary Service International (VSI): Programmes coordinator ([link removed])
Young SVP: Youth Development Officer ([link removed])
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** Other Youth Sector News

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** Vaccination information for young people
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With young people from the ages of 16 and over now invited to register for their vaccination, and growing concern about the spread of the virus and variants among younger age groups, it is important for everyone in our sector to have access to the latest information from the HSE. Young people may have the choice between different types of vaccine, and youth workers may be asked questions about this. Read information on the different vaccine types >> ([link removed])


** "All in This Together" media time capsule
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The Rural Hub is inviting contributions to its media time capsule project, which will collect and record stories and experiences from communities across Ireland from the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic until today. Everyone who has a story to tell and an experience to share is welcome to join! To take part, just send an email >> (mailto:[email protected]?subject=Time%20capsule%20submission)


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OECD youth and Covid-19 survey
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In April 2020, the OECD engaged with youth organisations to collect and analyse evidence on the most pressing issues during the early stages of the crisis. This input helped inform the delivery of policy advice based on evidence and good practices. To analyse whether concerns over the long-term effects of the crisis have changed, as well as capture ideas on ensuring a fairer and more inclusive recovery, the OECD is now inviting youth organisations to take part in a second short survey. Take the survey >> ([link removed])


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CommEUnication: Youth engagement for communicating the EU
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How much do we know about the EU? This survey will help us to get a broader understanding of how much EU citizens know about the European Union and how much they are exposed to disinformation. The aim of the project is to counter euroscepticism through the construction of a new strategy of communication able to promote a correct understanding of the EU, its values, and its benefits, and to empower citizens to widen their civic participation and to tackle disinformation. Take the survey ([link removed]) >> ([link removed])


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Call for submissions: IHREC strategy statement
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The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission is inviting submissions to inform the development of its next strategy statement. The priorities set out in this statement will guide its work for the coming three years and build on the work of the past three years. The closing date for submissions is Monday, 16 August. IHREC would like to hear the views of a diversity of people, groups, and organisations who are interested in and/or working to address discrimination, and promote and protect human rights and equality in Ireland. You are invited to complete the submission template in either Irish
([link removed]) or English ([link removed]) . Completed templates can be
emailed to [email protected]


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