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Youth Work Cork
Special Projects for Youth (SPY) promotes and facilitates social, educational and creative development of young people between 7 and 25 years of age.
Youth Work Cork
Youth Work Ireland Cork community drugs outreach project is a Community based Project funded through Cork Local Drugs Task Force.

Youth Work Cork
Youth Work Ireland Cork develops programmes of Art, Music, Drama, Dance, Animation, Singing, Graffiti, Rapping, Gardening & Exploring.

Youth Work Cork
LTI Courses The focus of the course is to provide an opportunity for participants to progress to full time training, education or employment.

Youth Work Ireland Cork

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We are a not for profit organisation working with young people from the Gurranabraher/Churchfield area and city wide. Our Vision is ‘To provide a quality, holistic, inclusive and empowering service for the well-being of all young people’.

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Our vocalist Julia Varian a.k.a Lil' Julez rehearsing for the track "I Don't Care".

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Our fundraiser Yvonne Brady emailing politicians for funds.

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Today on World Water Day, we are launching a campaign asking young people to make the switch from disposable plastic water bottles to reusable drinks containers. Our campaign #GotTheBottle is targeting second level schools across Ireland in an effort to reduce the waste caused by single-use disposable plastic bottles. Young people from Ossory Youth, Kilkenny, Youth Work Ireland Galway, Foróige Cork and ECO-UNESCO, Dublin are involved in the campaign. UN World Water Day highlights the global water crisis which is effecting 663 million people globally, who are living without a safe, clean water supply. Increasingly extreme weather conditions like drought and flooding, which is caused by climate change, are making this issue worse. “Greenhouse gases emitted from the production of plastic bottles is impacting on the world’s climate and the future of young people" commented Kelly O’Sullivan, Foróige Cork. Rebecca Bourke, from Ossory Youth, Kilkenny calls on young people to make the switch; “There are people from poorer regions of the planet already suffering hugely in their everyday lives from the effects of climate change, and we can all make a difference by using reusable bottles.” “We must begin saving the planet now before it’s too late!” Alex, Youth Work Ireland Galway.

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