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Youth Work Ireland
Youth Work Ireland works to develop the potential of young people and strengthen communities in Ireland through the provision of quality youth services.
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On a National Survey carried in 2018, young people stated that they do not find parents or teachers as a useful source of information about Healthy Sexual Relationships.
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Youth Work Ireland Jul 16
More info, lots of case studies and free resources on how to engage in Corporate Social Responsibility even if you are totally new to it, on the CoOp website
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Youth Work Ireland Jul 16
As part of the CoOp project we showcase Best Practice in cooperation between youth NGOs & businesses. Watch this inspiring video about the Youth Kebam and the wonderful community to learn more!
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Youth Work Ireland Jul 16
Be the biggest influencer so young people have access to proper information and spaces to speak about their sexual health concerns! Share the petition and make the difference in their lives!
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Youth Work Ireland Jul 11
Signed petitions will be presented to the Minister for Education and the Minister for Children & Youth Affairs, at Youth Work Ireland's Consensus Conference on November 1st in The Mansion House, Dublin.
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The Wheel Jul 10
We are briefing the Oireachtas Health Committee this morning on the importance of implementing the recommendations of the IRG report on the Role of Voluntary organisations in Health and Social Services:
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Youth Work Ireland Jul 9
61% reported that they would be confident that they have the knowledge to fully support and help their friend if they experienced inappropriate sexual behavior.
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Youth Work Ireland Jul 8
Thank you for signing our petition! We believe that young people in Ireland should be supported to realise their dreams.
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Youth Work Ireland Jul 5
Would you like to learn, in a very practical way, how to fundraise or obtain other forms of support from the private sector? The CoOp project team funded by worked hard to produce relevant reports & toolkits. Get them from alhenoret@youthworkireland.ie
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Youth Work Ireland Jul 5
The latest CSR Check is now available. Thank you for a very inspiring morning listening to leaders such as the Chair There are more CSR success stories to read here as well
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Youth Work Ireland Jul 5
Replying to @ywirl
For more info on this project and the free resources we have created please contact Anne L'Henoret at YWI on alhenoret@youthworkireland.ie
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Youth Work Ireland Jul 5
At the YWI-hosted CoOp 'Cooperate to Operate' Seminar, staff & volunteers from the Youth sector and representatives from discussed opportunities & challenges for NGOs & SMEs to engage in Corporate Social Responsibility
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Youth Work Ireland Jul 4
Do you know to whom are young people speaking about their sexual health? Only 23% are comfortable talking about sex with their teachers. Join us and support a secure environment for helping young people to speak up!
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KildareYouthServices Jul 1
Thanks to all of the generous donors who supported Youth Work Ireland's campaign
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Youth Work Ireland Jun 30
Massive thanks to everyone who supported the campaign. You helped us welcome 500+ young LGBTI+ people to a Pride breakfast at offices & march at parade. 🌈❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
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Youth Work Galway Jun 29
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Geraldine Lacey Jun 29
Happy Pride 🏳️‍🌈 a great morning celebrating Pride in Youth Work Ireland. And popped in for tea
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Youth Work Ireland Jun 29
Happy Pride everyone
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Geraldine Lacey Jun 29
Great to welcome and to Youth Work Ireland this morning for Pride Breakfast 🏳️‍🌈 before 500 young people from Youth Services across the country took part in the Pride Parade
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Youth Work Ireland Jun 29
Great to have the Taoiseach in Dominick St. with our LGBTI projects today!
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