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National Children's Bureau

National Childrens Bureau
NICVA - 61 Duncairn Gardens
Belfast
BT15 2GB
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Owen Whitford

NCB Northern Ireland (NCB) works to enhance the outcomes of children in Northern Ireland, through support to children and young people and to those who work with or for them.

Our work programme includes practice development, direct participation work with children and young people, research and evaluation projects, as well as dissemination activity through publications, resources and events all aimed at improving outcomes for children and young people. 

We work with children, for children,to influence government policy, be a strong voice for young people and front-line professionals, and provide practical solutions on a range of social issues.

Our flexibility, diverse skills base and independence means that we can provide an unbiased perspective, working towards the best possible outcomes for children and young people.

POLICY - PROOF - PARTNERSHIP - PRACTICE - PARTICIPATION

National Children's Bureau's Content

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Workshop

National Children's Bureau

NCB ensures that children and young people’s views and experiences guide every aspect of our work, helping us to inform policy and practice in order to bring about lasting change for children and young people, families and communities. We do this to fulfil our obligations for the promotion of the rights of all children and young people, recognising that young people are experts in their own lives and that their direct input into issues affecting them is critical in developing services which are fit for purpose.
Belfast
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Workshop

National Children's Bureau

Bridging the Science to Service Gap What is Implementation Fidelity? Why does it matter? Who’s job is it? Are there frameworks for success?
Belfast
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Workshop

National Children's Bureau

How can you ensure that the programmes and services you deliver actually improve outcomes for children, families and communities?
Belfast
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Training/Advice Workshop

National Children's Bureau

An introduction to Outcomes Based Accountability (OBA) an approach to planning, reviewing and demonstrating the impact of services.
Belfast
Jun 27 1:00pm
Opportunity

*Young People Wanted! * Young People Advisory Group (YPAG) for LINKS Project

National Children's Bureau

To help support the LINKS project we would like to recruit a small group of young people aged 8-25, who have an understanding of the challenges young people in Northern Ireland face today
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

National Children's Bureau

An introduction to Outcomes Based Accountability (OBA) - an approach to planning, reviewing and demonstrating the impact of services.
Belfast
News

National Children's Bureau

A draft Framework for Infant Mental Health has been prepared following extensive engagement with key stakeholders.

News

National Children's Bureau

A draft Framework for Infant Mental Health has been prepared following extensive engagement with key stakeholders.

News

National Children's Bureau

Tackle health inequalities to reduce Northern Ireland's teen suicide and avoidable infant death rate, say leading doctors and campaigners

News

National Children's Bureau

NCB NI in conjunction with NICMA - the Northern Ireland Childminding Association, has conducted groundbreaking research on childminding practice, exploring issues around mixed age care settings and quality.

More Information

Type of Organisation

VCSE

Team

  • Owen Whitford
  • Deirdre McAliskey
  • Claire Adrain