General News

Launch of “Building Children’s Futures” Report

Alan March 1, 2024

Foróige and leading children’s advocacy organisations across Ireland joined together on 28th Feb to mark the launch of Building Children’s Future’s: Using Children’s Rights to Recover from the Global Pandemic. The newly published report explores how key decisions made in Ireland during the Covid-19 pandemic impacted children’s and young people's lives.

Refurbished Foróige Computer Clubhouse Launched in Blanchardstown

Alan December 20, 2023

What a way to round out 2023! Minister Roderic O'Gorman TD, has officially opened the refurbished Foróige Computer Clubhouse in Blanchardstown, Dublin.

The Foróige Computer Clubhouse harnesses the power of digital youth work and enables young people to experience every aspect of Foróige Go - pioneering innovative technologies and digital skills for what’s now and next.

Young People from Foróige NFTE Head to The Big Apple

Alan November 21, 2023

Foróige’s Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship programme attended the second annual World Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge in New York City in mid November 2023. The global competition showcases the incredible talent and creativity of young entrepreneurs from around the globe.

The event brought together 23 students from 11 different countries from around the world to compete in a high-stakes pitch competition at the National Museum of the American Indian in New York City. 

Foróige’s 51st Volunteer Conference

Alan November 5, 2023

Foróige volunteers from all over Ireland came together in the Mount Wolseley Hotel in Co. Carlow from 2nd - 4th November 2023, for Foróige’s annual Volunteer Conference. This was the 51st annual Foróige Volunteers Conference, with over 130 delegates from 18 counties enjoying a wide variety of guest speakers, group discussions and social events aimed at exchanging ideas to continue Foróige volunteers' impactful work throughout Ireland. 

Foróige Youth Worker Recruitment Drive 2023

Alan October 17, 2023

Foróige has over 30 new and exciting opportunities for youth workers to join our dynamic team. 

The positions are suitable to individuals who want to develop their professional careers in youth work in roles that are both flexible and rewarding. 

Youth Diversion Projects engage young people in a range of needs-led interventions, such as personal and social development programmes, skills building activities, education, training and employment support and social enterprise initiatives, all based on their unique circumstances.