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'Just Us or Justice' is the latest education resource from NYCI. The resource explores what justice means to young people and highlights justice issues locally and globally. It contains 20 activities for exploring the theme with young people. Each activity is self contained but there are ideas provided for delving deeper into the topics.

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NYCI's new research exploring the attitudes and awareness of young people and adults involved in youth work towards development and global justice issues:

NYCI recently launched new research exploring the attitudes and awareness of young people and adults involved in youth work towards development and global justice issues in the Emmaus Centre, Swords.

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‘A Rich Man’s World?’ is a youth work resource on global issues affecting our lives. It examines justice issues such as poverty, education, employment and fair relationships between countries and people.

This resource uses a variety of methodologies to help meet the learning needs of your group.

Enough information is provided to enable you to run the activities. However, it is very likely that you may want to explore a particular issue in more depth, so we have also provided sources of further information and contact details to take your interest further.

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Currently, more than 100 million children are denied access to education, leaving them trapped in poverty. For another 140 million children, lack of teachers, classrooms and textbooks means that their education is of poor quality. Most children denied an education are girls. HIV and AIDS is undermining education through the loss of students, parents and teachers.

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