Looking after our Community Over lockdown our young people have become more familiar with what is around them in their localities. This Mayo Young person lives in the country side and was not too impressed
Since lockdown was announced in the middle of March, our Young People and Advocates have been finding new and creative ways to connect, engage and achieve their goals. To lessen the disconnect across our organisation
On Wednesday the 19th of February 2020 The YAP Ireland Youth CEO Group launched their report on Homelessness in Ireland. Throughout 2019 the group concentrated their efforts on learning about what it's like to be
In light of the Covid-19 Pandemic YAP Ireland conducted a survey of the Children, Young People and Families who access our Service. A recent survey conducted by Youth Advocate Programmes Ireland (YAP Ireland)
YAP Ireland recently launched a piece of research titled 'The Strengths and Challenges of the Community-Based Advocate Model'. This research was conducted by NUI Galway UNESCO Child and Family Centre. The research is
Wednesday November 20th marked #WorldChildrensDay and the 30th Anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. To celebrate this the Ombudsman for Children's Office held #ChildTalks2019 in Dublin Castle on the theme of 'living your best life'.
YAP National Event 2019 Connected Communities On August 22nd 2019 YAP Ireland hosted our National Event in Croke Park, titled 'Connected Communities'. This event bought together Young People and Families from all around Ireland who
On August 22nd 2019 YAP Ireland hosted our National Event in Croke Park, titled 'Connected Communities'. This event bought together Young People and Families from all around Ireland who are on the YAP programme, to