NYCI's Development Education Programme is a partnership between NYCI and Irish Aid at the Department of Foreign Affairs.
2014 was the 25th year of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). Check out a resource on UNCRC for youth workers, youth leaders, youth organisations, youth work students, those who work with young people and for young people themselves. Setting Our Sights on Rights contains games, activities, facts, fun, and links to more information.
Migration & the Sustainable Development Goals
The resource seeks to put the plight of refugees and the drivers of migration into a wider political context with the SDGs as a tool providing insight and authority. The activities challenge young people to be empathetic to the stark reality and perilous journeys facing refugees and migrants, including giving some insight into what it might be like to have to live that reality and make the tough choices facing their fellow human beings every day.
Time to Deliver: Voluntary National Reviews
For SDG4 & Education 2030
Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs) are supposed to:
be voluntary, country-led, and undertaken by both developed and developing countries;
be open, inclusive, participatory and transparent;
track progress on reaching the SDG goals and targets;
provide a platform for partnerships, including for the participation of major groups and other stakeholders (Paragraph 84 of the 2030 Agenda); and
Leave No One Behind: Global Civil Society Report