Established to celebrate and support ambitious charities working in the fields of Youth, Welfare and Community, the Garfield Weston Foundation are calling for charity leaders in the North West who would benefit from mentoring and coaching support to steer their organisation to the next stage in its development.
All Young People
Future Fires is a programme which supports young artists to develop a socially-engaged art project in their own communities. During the twelve-month programme, Future Fires will receive high-level training and mentoring to develop their creative practice, leadership and project management skills. Once the training is completed, Future Fires will receive up to £1,000 of funding to make it happen.
The 4Front Project Ltd is seeking someone engaging and inspiring who can provide outstanding support to 4MATION Peace Fellows and campaign members.
More about the 4MATION Campaign
The 4Front Project Ltd support young people to design, deliver and lead social action projects to build peace and drive change. 4MATION is a youth-led campaign creating solutions and demanding policymakers take urgent action to address violence in the UK.
The prestigious Manchester Youth Buzz Awards return for the third year to recognise young people’s achievements and celebrate the amazing contributions young people make to the city and the communities in which they live.
Diversity is at the core of the Students’ Union’s values, and they support a number of exciting, student-led liberation activities every year. The post holder will continue to support our five key liberation campaigns (Women’s, LGBQ+, Trans, BAME, and Disabled Students) as well expanding the reach of our liberation work to a wide range of student groups.
42nd Street is an award winning young people’s mental health charity working across Greater Manchester.
Are you passionate about helping Manchester becoming a leading city for action on climate change? Can you help to engage and inspire new audiences to get involved? Do you have experience in implementing positive change?
This is essential training for anyone working directly with young people. Undertaking practical workshops and activities requires a broad understanding of youth culture and the issues surrounding young people’s lives. There are added pressures of working directly with young people at risk, one of which is having the skills, knowledge and experience to be able to support behaviour effectively and responsively. This course will discuss behaviour strategies, health and safety issues and risk assessment.
Ensure your projects for young people remain dynamic and relevant, by embedding their voice across your work and the governance of your organisation. Explore effective consultation tools and discover meaningful, creative ways to communicate with young people. Learn to understand the interests, needs and behaviours of your audiences by involving young people in active roles and ongoing dialogue that listens and empowers.
Special Rate Fee: £90 per person
This workshop will look at how personal opinions, prejudices and actions can influence others and lead to discrimination. Through gaining an understanding of equality, equity and diversity we will look at how to make youth work settings inclusive.
Attendees will increase their knowledge and awareness of equality issues by developing an awareness of Equalities legislation and understanding the personal, cultural and societal influences that affect people’s lives.