Manchester Community Safety Partnership, Manchester City Council, Young Manchester and other partners across Manchester are committed to driving a bold new approach to keeping children and young people safe in Manchester by tackling anti-social behaviour and violence which impacts on children and young people across the city.
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BBC Children in Need and Youth Futures Foundation are partnering to deliver Inspiring Futures, a £6 million programme to fund positive activities which support children and young people to achieve their potential on their journey towards employment.
The COVID-19 pandemic is heightening existing challenges for children and young people looking to access further education, training, and work.
The State of the Sector survey is back and we need your help!
‘Our Pass’ provides 16-18 year olds with free bus travel in Greater Manchester. Help SYSTRA to understand how this impacts you by completing a short survey.
It doesn’t matter how you travel, whether you walk, cycle, take public transport or drive – all your views are important and will help shape the future of Our Pass.
You will be joining a caring and dedicated team, passionate about opportunities for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans inclusion and equality, and safeguarding all people The Proud Trust work with. You will Manage the Youth Work Programme including a team of Coordinators who deliver youth groups across Greater Manchester and Cheshire; session youth workers; volunteers and placement students.
The team also delivers outreach, detached work, projects, events and trips (including residential trips).
This new report launched by RECLAIM finds that young people across the city feel their knowledge is too often missing in debates on how to tackle the rise in knife crime. The project, coordinated by local working-class youth charity RECLAIM, asked young people across the city what they want and need to feel safe.
Action for Conservation have launched WildWEB, a brand new digital programme to support young people aged 13 - 17 to take action for the environment over this period and prepare for the world that lies beyond the lockdown.
UK101 is a free, online programme that enables participants to become part of a more connected generation of future leaders with a clear vision for what their legacy will be.
This free, interactive, online programme, is open to all 18-25 year olds and offers participants the chance to develop their leadership skills using a model which has been co-created with 1,000 young people.
Already teenagers are faced with a number of issues so having to deal with their emotions doesn’t always come easy for them, likewise having to deal with the loss of a loved one. The effects can be quite devastating for them.
Blossom foundation aim to educate, inspire and empower the BME Black African girls in the age group of 10-20 through their transitional stages of becoming a full-blown adult.
For many young people, the transition to adulthood isn’t easy. In the UK, one third of young people are lonely, half feel unready for work and half feel like they don’t belong to their community.
Greater Manchester Youth Network’s (GMYN) vision is #YoungPeopleCan and they help young people in Greater Manchester overcome this. GMYN deliver a range of development programmes and drop-in activities to help young people transition to adulthood feeling skilled, supported and positive.