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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

Clock here for a page of helpful links of Mental Health Organisations.

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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The YWIC Music group got an opportunity to play the Gamelan at Knocknaheeny/Hollyhill Youth Justice Project The new Music Generation Cork City / UCC Community Gamelan is a tuned percussion ensemble consisting of gongs and metallophones from Java, Indonesia.

FEELGOOD FRIDAY is also taking place this Friday (27th of December). Their will be musical 'may-hum' throughout the city centre all day. Look out for YWIC during the Rap-a-Mile For Straight Ahead with GMCBeats & the music group will be performing on Emmet Place (outside Opera House) from 4pm to 8pm.

Please come into the city this Friday and support such a great festival

#Mayhum #MusicGenerationCorkCity #YWIC
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Music Generation Cork City proudly presents a brand new festival of music making and music education in May 2016. For an entire month, you will hear music humming from all directions as MAY-HUM fills the air.

As part of MAY-HUM 2016, Youth Work Ireland Cork will showcase their work weekly through social media. Over the month of May, videos will be released showcasing the talented young rappers, singers and instrumentalists who attend the weekly Tuesday night music sessions at The Hut which is supported by Music Generation Cork City.
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