Search Results for 'National Youth Council of Ireland'

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Apprenticeship access is a must for Westmeath’s youth

The number of young persons under 26 years of age that are in receipt of jobseeker’s allowance, jobseeker’s benefit or signing for credits for one year or more in county Westmeath is 299, according to new figures from Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection.

New website and name at No 4 Youth Services

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Galway Diocesan Youth Services which was set up in the early 1980s is to be renamed as No 4 Youth Service at an event in the Harbour Hotel next Wednesday, when it will also unveil its new website.

Galway Arts Centre - what's going on for 2018

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THE GALWAY Arts Centre's 2018 visual art programme will feature a mix of Irish and international artists and partnerships with several festivals, including the Cúirt international Festival of Literature, TULCA Festival of Visual Art, Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, and Galway International Arts Festival.

Galway groups urged to apply for funding under arts and youth scheme

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Youth and arts groups across County Galway are being urged to apply for up to €5,000 in funding through a new residency scheme, which will see groups working with professional artists.

Mayo’s apathy toward the Good Friday Agreement

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The British-Irish agreement of the Good Friday Agreement (GFA) came into force on this day in 1999. After two years of protracted talks, the GFA of 1998 had finally achieved a binding consensus among political rivals in Northern Ireland that had not been achieved, or even attempted on such a scale, before. The GFA was more inclusive than previous political agreements in that its negotiating body, the Northern Ireland Forum, was open to all parties, nationalist, unionist, republican, loyalist and centre. The GFA was formally agreed by the Irish and British governments and participating parties on April 10 1998. Under the agreement, the governments committed to putting the settlement to the people of the Republic and Northern Ireland in referendums to be held on May 22 of that year. 

What's happening at Galway Arts Centre in 2016

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AS 2015 draws to a close, the Galway Arts Centre is gearing up for another year of exhibitions, education programmes, and events, with the current exhibition, Unbounded, running until January 16, featuring sculptural work by Ruth E Lyons and Angela Fulcher.

 

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