This event will share best practice approaches for engaging with, retaining and working with Young Travellers.
Date: Tuesday 28th March, 2017
Venue: Youth Work Ireland National Office
This event will provide practitioners, policy makers and managers with:
The intellectual outputs are the result of funded and associated activities of an Erasmus Plus funded project entitled “Identifying and developing and sharing best practice approach for engaging with, retaining and working with Young Travellers”.
The lead partner of this organisation is Youth Work Ireland, with partnership of three other organisations, Youth Action Northern Ireland, An Munia Tober and Involve. The project will develop tools and resources to support best practices in youth work with young Travellers.
Draft Programme for the day (subject to change):
10:30 Tea coffee and registration
11:00 Open and Welcome Chair for the day
11:15 Brian Dillon Presentation of Research “Traveller participation and retention in mainstream youth services and Traveller specific funded projects”
12:00 Presentation of the Status Toolkit - The toolkit borrows learning from the National Quality Standards for Youth Work to help youth work organisations develop a simple, structured and high level plan of action
12:20 James O’Leary, Involve – Presentation of the online resource toolkit to support the Status Toolkit.
12.40 Q&A Panel Discussion - this discussion will feature the morning speakers and Dearbhla Mulholland, St John Bosco, Newry who will share her experience of using the Status Toolkit.
1.45 Discussion Workshops
2.15 Feedback and Close