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Voluntary Organisation

St Andrew's Resource Centre

The Cave Ravers

Separate groups for boys and girls aged 12-14 years, these groups explore a range of issues and programmes, including drama, art, outdoor education, fun and games plus group work on a range of personal and social development issues.

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Erasmus+

Encourages and allows young people (18+ years) to take an active management and research role in international exchange practice, learn new skills, improve their communication, resilience and creative skills, while learning about the lives of young people in other countries.

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The Hangout

Provides a safe, non-threatening space where young people (14-18 years) can feel safe and can meet, socialise and discuss issues relevant to their lives. Work on various LGBTI+ campaigns and provide learning for other youth groups in Dublin city.

Organisations

The Public Interest Law Alliance

The Public Interest Law Alliance operates a Pro Bono Referral Scheme that matches the unmet legal need of not for profit organisations with lawyers. McCann FitzGerald, Arthur Cox and A&L Goodbody are partners.

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Gaisce

The Gaisce Group involves young people (15-17 years old) in community projects, who undertake 4 different challenges - Community Involvement, Personal skills, Physical Recreation and an Adventure Journey.

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Job Centre

Provides opportunities for local people to access jobs and training schemes; including career coaching and mentoring. Free service.

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International programme

A range of international exchange programmes are instrumental in providing opportunities for young people (13-18 years) to take part in cultural and educational activities, with other youth projects from all over Europe and beyond. Each exchange has a specific theme.   

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Adult Education Courses

A range of informal classes for adults including art, digital media, Irish, sewing.

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The Zone programme

This programme provides an opportunity for young people (15-18 years) to learn through informal education. The programme is designed with them, facilitating collective working on achievable tasks and the inclusion of group work.

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YOLO (You Only Live Once Health Promotion)

These programmes are run with specific age groups (12-18 years) to help them become more confident about themselves, their bodies and their life choices. The young people are also encouraged to make informed choices about their own health. Personal development will be a key component and will endeavour to build up their self-confidence and self-esteem.

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One Direction

This is a group run by volunteers who are supported by the Talk About Youth Project. The group caters for children aged 4 – 7 years and also facilitates Junior Leaders who assist on a weekly basis. This group provides a variety of activities which are age related such as games, arts & crafts, and computers.

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Girl Talk

This group is aimed at the 12-15 year old girls in the community. Programmes include youth arts, photography, cookery, personal and social development and fun and games.

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