COVISION Co-Design Workshop Ireland

Join our Children and Young People's Co-Design Workshop

We are looking for young people aged 10-17 to join a workshop programme (face-to-face and online) to design creative responses that will support children, families
and communities affected by pandemics and other crises.

We are organising Co-Design Workshop Teams in different parts of the world. The Co-Design Workshop Ireland  will have some meetings in Dublin, and also meet on-line to share ideas and activities with teams in other parts of the world. 


  • Make a real difference

  • A rewarding and worthwhile experience

  • Collaborate with children and young people from around the world

  • Facilitated by experienced adult researchers

  • Safeguarding participants a top priority

  • Parent’s consent needed

Want to find out more?

Find out all about the COVISION project on this website: Start here.


Download a PDF flier about the Co-Design Workshop programme here.


Read more, and check calendar dates, in our 2-page information leaflet here.


If you have any questions, drop us an email at 

How to join the COVISION Co-Design Workshop


  1. You must be from 10-17 years old.

  2. You and your parent or guardian must read the Participant Information Leaflet [Downloadable PDF: CLICK HERE]

  3. You will have to sign an assent form to confirm that you want to participate, and your parent or guardian will have to sign a consent form to say that they agree to you participating.

  4. You must have access to the internet and a suitable device to log in (computer, tablet or smartphone).

Diversity & Inclusion

We are committed to creating a safe and inclusive space for all participating children and young people.  If you will need any specific support to be able to participate, contact us and let us know (contact details below) so we can discuss how best to provide the support you need.

Ethics (treating everyone with respect, care and understanding)

COVISION has been approved by the UCD Human Research Ethics Committee. The facilitation team is committed to treating everyone with respect, care and understanding. Your safety and wellbeing are our top priority.

Next steps

  1. Download and read the information leaflet. [click here]

  2. If you or your parent or guardian have any questions or would like more information, we are happy to talk by email or phone. Email and we’ll get back to you. If you’d like to speak on the phone, let us have a number so we can call you.

  3. If you have looked at all the information and are keen to go ahead, drop us an email at: . We will send you the consent/assent forms, which both the parent and the child/young person have to sign and email back to us.

  4. As soon as you are signed up, we will be in touch to invite you to the first meeting.