Supporting youth work across the North West
Our Strategic Aims & Objectives:
- Develop partnerships that work toward Cross Sectoral co-operation in order to share resources.
- Combine our knowledge and develop the skills to innovate and improve our practice.
- Enhance the life chances of our children and young people.
North West Youth Services is based in the Diamond of Derry city centre.
Hours Of Support
We develop partnerships that work toward Cross Sectoral co-operation in order to share resources, combine our knowledge and develop the skills to innovate and improve our practice that enhances the life chances of our children and young people
Articulation of best practice, it’s outcomes and the impact of the sector has on wider society.
Support organisations to develop practices that provide best outcomes for young people and advocate the sectors strengths.
Support operational delivery on best practice models that enhances the workforce and ensures progression.
Give advice on all areas of curriculum, finance, partnership, collaboration, engagement, reflection and interagency knowledge sharing.
Provide a presence showing leadership and empowering the sector to be innovative and grow.
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NWYS & EA Youth staff engaged in a productive meeting with Heads of Service across the @WesternHSCTrust we focused on working collaboratively to ensure services are delivered more effectively to increase positive outcomes for children, young people and families. @eayouthservice pic.twitter.com/W5cswFLx86— North West Youth Service (@NorthWestYouth1) April 28, 2021
Youth organisations we currently support.
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North West Youth Services work closely with these great organisations.
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Youth Work Alliance
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Public Health Agency
The Department for Communities is a devolved Northern Ireland government department in the Northern Ireland Executive. DfC's overall aim is "tackling disadvantage and building sustainable communities".
Department for Communities
BBC Children in Need is the BBC's corporate charity. They exist to change the lives of children and young people across the UK.
Children in Need
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Steven MallettSenior Youth Practitioner
Julie MellonExecutive Officer
I have worked in the youth sector in Derry for the last 15 years. It's the best job in the world.
John LynchSenior Youth Practitioner
Hi my name is John and I am a father of 3 and married to Finnuala who is also a youth worker. read more
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