NYCI and the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission youth consultation event

The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission has a mandate to provide a separate independent report on how Ireland is doing. We know that racial
discrimination affects young people in particular ways. We want to include
your perspectives, insights and recommendations in the Commission’s report to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

On March 30th we want to hear from you on how we can build greater
intercultural understanding in Ireland, drawing on young people’s personal
experiences.

Register
If you’re aged 16-24 and would like to contribute to this event, please
register on Eventbrite here
(http://www.eventbrite.com/e/be-heard-end-racial-discrimination-in-ireland-tickets-56347413631)

Travel costs for participants will be covered.

When registering please feel free to let us know if you have any special
requirements, for example, dietary, accessibility, ISL interpretation.
This will help us in our preparations for the event.
DATE 10am to 4.30pm
Saturday 30th March 2019

VENUE  The Gresham Hotel,
O’Connell Street Upper,
Dublin 1.

Eileen McArdle
Rural Youth Clubs Co-ordinator.

Youth Work Ireland (YWI) Midlands,
1st & 2nd Floor 17-18 Inis Oir, Golden Island, Athlone. N37 E2K7
T: 090 6477075 M: 086 3294763
E: ekelly@youthworkmidlands.org
W: www.youthworkmidlands.org

Become an Apprentice in ESB Networks

The Electricity Supply Board (ESB) have started their apprentice recruitment program.

Get the experience, the skills and the world class qualifications you need to succeed as an Electrician/Network Technician.

  • 4 year paid programme
  • Class room based learning combined with practical experience
  • Operate in a team environment
  • Combines college and on job training
  • Work indoors and outdoors
  • Internationally recognised qualification QQI advanced level 6 Electrical trade certificate

Candidates need to be 16 years of age on June 1st, 2019

https://esbnetworks.ie/careers/apprenticeships