Policy for the youth service in Northern Ireland
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Policy for the youth service in Northern Ireland by Great Britain. Department of Education for Northern Ireland.

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Published by The Department in [Belfast] .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Other titlesCurriculum for youth work: a contract for the future.
StatementDepartment of Education.
ContributionsMawhinney, Brian., Youth Committee for Northern Ireland.
The Physical Object
Pagination25p. ;
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16568414M

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There is no youth law in Northern Ireland. Youth policy-makers and service providers operate within the general legislative framework as regards, for example, health and safety, employment and equality. The more specific legislative framework is contained in the: • Education and Libraries (Northern Ireland. The Youth Service in Northern Ireland The official understanding of youth work in Northern Ireland today, as expressed in the Department of Education’s ‘Model for Effective Practice’ () is broadly in line with evaluating youth work policy and practice and have opportunities to make a. Youth policies in the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) – Youth Wiki year olds (13 per cent and 5 per cent). Among KLT respondents, boys (37 per cent) were also much more likely to reach this target than girls (27 per cent). The Youth Council for Northern Ireland. 3. Establishment. 4. Functions. 5. Grants. 6. Accounts. Grants and training facilities for the youth service. 7. Power of Department to make grants. 8. Further provisions relating to grants under Article 7. 9. Power of Department to arrange training facilities. Supplementary. Regulations. Consequential amendments and repeals.

Youth Service. The EA Youth Service manages and operates a range of funding programmes to support the delivery of Youth Work Practice, the Youth Work Curriculum and to improve outcomes for all our children and young people. Funding opportunities and registration take place at key times throughout the year and this section will provide you with information when they are open to application. Youth Work Policy and Delivery in Ireland A North South Context This paper was commissioned by the North South Worki ng Group and compiled by Youthnet. It includes contributions from Sam McCready University of Ulster and Dr Maurice Devlin National University of Ireland . review of Youth Service in Northern Ireland culminating in the Report of the Youth Service Policy Review Group - “A Youth Service for a New Millennium” (DE, ). The Review confirmed the importance of the publication of “Youth Work: A Model for Effective Practice”as giving guidance and leadership to youth work, and in the light of. The National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) was established in , and is an umbrella organisation for 45 voluntary youth organisations in Ireland. Its mission is to use “its collective experience to act on issues that impact on young people.”.

Interventions (Northern Ireland) The Youth Justice Agency, the Probation Board, Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), the Court Service and Voluntary Organisations all have a role to play in providing interventions to children and young people at risk of offending. This co-operation across the sector has been formalised in a ‘harter. for, youth participation in development practice specifically for donor agen-cies and policy makers. b) Provide some initial practical guidance to assist donor agencies and policy makers to work more effectively with and for young people.!is document is a summary of the publication ‘Youth . Encourage youth service cross-community activity; Encourage the provision of facilities for the youth services; and Encourage and assist coordination and efficient use of resources. 8 Conclusion The youth service has a large membership in Northern Ireland, particularly within the voluntary sector. About Youth & Policy Youth and Policy Journal was founded in to offer a critical space for the discussion of youth policy and youth work theory and practice. The editorial group have subsequently expanded activities to include the organisation of related conferences, research and book publication. Regular activities include the bi-.