Past Events

Thu, March 24, 2016

Learning and Sharing Workshop - SOUTHEAST (Kilkenny City)

This year's Learning and Sharing Regional Workshops will bring young people, volunteers and staff workers together to share their experiences and testimonies on the contribution of youth work to mental wellbeing.

This event will take place at Hotel Kilkenny

This event is open to clubs, projects & services affiliated to Youth Work Ireland and its Member Youth Services ONLY

Tue, March 22, 2016

Learning and Sharing Workshop - MIDLANDS REGION (Mullingar, Co Westmeath)

This year's Learning and Sharing Regional Workshops will bring young people, volunteers and staff workers together to share their experiences and testimonies on the contribution of youth work to mental wellbeing.

This event will be hosted by Youth Work Ireland Midlands and will take place Columb Barracks, in Mullingar.

This event is open to clubs, projects & services affiliated to Youth Work Ireland and its Member Youth Services ONLY

Thu, December 03, 2015

Symposium on Child & Youth Poverty

Date: Thursday 3rd December 2015

Venue: Youth Work Ireland National Office, 20 Lower Dominick Street, Dublin

Cost: €10.00

This event will help to identify youth work service responses to poverty and social exclusion and will feature inputs from speakers who will set out the context for poverty in Ireland and thereby address questions such as, Have the causes and impacts of poverty changed? Are policies fit for purpose to support this? 

Speakers include Fergus Finlay & Dr. Paul Downes

Thu, October 22, 2015

Let’s Talk About…. Safer Sex

Date: Thursday 22nd October (and for three consecutives Thursdays thereafer)
Venue: Youth Work Ireland National Offices, 20 Lower Dominick Street, Dublin 1

The primary aim of the programme is to train youth and community workers to deliver HIV, hepatitis, and sexual health education programmes to the groups in their care. This will run over the course of four days (consecutives Thursdays in October).

Target Audience: This training programme is primarily for trained trainers/facilitators who work with young people, and other groups/individuals, that may be at risk of HIV, STIs, hepatitis, and other negative sexual health outcomes. The programme will be beneficial to youth workers, and others in the voluntary, community and education sectors, that have a role in developing and delivering sexual health education programmes to the group(s) in their care

Sat, October 03, 2015

Hear Us Now: Youth Work Ireland National Consensus Conference 2015

Hear Us Now
Young People's Participation in Decision Making

Space  Voice  Audience  Influence

Youth Work Ireland Consensus Conference 2015
Date: Saturday 3rd October
Venue: Dublin Castle

This year our national consensus conference will feature Youth Participation as its theme. The day will consist of expert inputs, practice based workshops and examples of youth participation within Youth Work Ireland's Member Youth Services. 

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