After several months of behind-the-scenes work, developing our relationships with partners and philanthropic bodies, we’re pleased to announce that we’re back in Eastmoor and we’re here to stay! Our youth workers Saleem, Aimee, Cameron, Kebba and Nadine will be heading up the new-and-improved ‘Eastmoor Champions’ project – a scheme that brings social action, and sports … Continue reading Return of Eastmoor Champions
A group of people from Lundwood in Barnsley are providing vital work in their community, thanks to 18 months of support from The Youth Association’s ‘Adopt the Outdoors’ project. Support from the Big Lottery Fund has allowed our youth and community workers to develop people’s skills, increase access to training and volunteering and improve community … Continue reading Community empowered to sustain project
Our team in Hexthorpe has been on a mission this summer: We have teamed up with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust to support local people, and particularly younger people, to clear litter in Hexthorpe and brighten up some of the streets with new planters. After two weeks of hard work, local people have cleared 36 bags of … Continue reading Hexthorpe working together to achieve a common goal
The UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) elections are starting to warm up now, with candidates announced at the beginning of February this year and going to the polls on 1st March.
Young people from The Youth Association started their Christmas holidays in style, bag packing for Morrison’s customers. 8 young people from across the local area gave up their Christmas fun to volunteer to spend a few hours packing bags for Morrison’s customers. They served over 300 customers and filled more than a thousand bags of … Continue reading Young people’s bag packing success!
Young people from The Youth Association started their Christmas holidays in style, bag packing for Morrison’s customers. 8 young people from across the local area gave up their Christmas fun to volunteer to spend a few hours packing bags for Morrison’s customers. They served over 300 customers and filled more than a thousand bags of … Continue reading Young people's bag packing success!
http://www.usun.state.gov/youth/152219.htm “Voices of a New Generation,” is an interactive event that will incorporate the voices of young people into the chamber of one of the world’s most important decision-making bodies:the UN Security Council. On December 21st, the Security Council will discuss ideas submitted about international peace and security by people aged 21 or younger – … Continue reading 21 or Younger? Now is Your Chance to Be Heard at the UN Security Council
Is the world at risk as teenagers takeover parliament? This is a question Abigail Pollard asked in a report she wrote for her school journalistic writing lesson. I thought it was a good question to ask and wondered what you thought. Would the world be at risk if teenagers took over? What would you do … Continue reading Teenagers takeover!
Here are two new, free and easy ways to support and raise money for the Association: 1. We’re now registered on the Just Giving (charity donations) website. http://www.justgiving.com/youth-association Any budding marathon runners, mountain climbers or anyone undertaking any other kind of sponsored event or activity can now easily do so on our behalf. It’s easy … Continue reading New ways to support The Youth Association!
Four young people from Leeds took part in an historic event last month, where they took part in a debate in the House of Commons. Over 300 young people from across the country debated in the House of Commons chamber on Friday 29th October. Members of the UK Youth Parliament (UKYP), aged 11-18, debated issues … Continue reading Leeds Youth Parliament Members “Shine” At House of Commons Debate