July 26-31 2021

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Youth Action Participation Plan

Do you want to get young people more involved in your service, but feel like you don’t know how to do it? 

Does it feel like a risk you don’t know how to navigate? 

Listen to speakers from 42nd Street, Peer Power & BeatFreeks who collectively have years of experience in engaging young people and involving them in services and service offers at various levels within their organisations. In this session you’ll come away with a Youth Action Participation Plan (YAPP, for short) with ideas tailored to your organisation’s needs and direct actions that you can go back to your organisation and implement! 

Youth Voice is a valuable tool, and we hope this workshop shows you how you can take that tool and use it for yourselves!

About the speakers

The speakers of this workshop have years of experience in engaging young people and involving them in services and service offers/provision at various levels within their organisations. In this session they will share their expertise to help develop actionable steps for you to integrate youth participation into your own organisations.

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About Claire from 42nd Street 

I’m Claire and have been working for 42nd street for nearly four years. I have always been involved in social action, campaigning and youth voice at the organisation. I feel really passionate about ensuring that young people are involved in the design of services and love hearing their ideas.

About Tom from Beatfreeks

As a Community Developer at Beatfreeks, Tom works to inspire young people across backgrounds, locations and disciplines to create ideas, movements, art and enterprises that improve their lives and the lives of those around them. 

Tom is passionate about engaging the wider community with innovative and extraordinary activity. Through running various creative projects, he has a wealth of experience providing platforms for young people to give insight and influence, as well as the opportunity to develop their skills and influence.

About Anne-Marie from Peer Power

Anne-Marie Douglas is founder and CEO at Peer Power Youth and is a champion for lived and learned experience, love and empathy in the transformation of support services for children and young people. She has worked in participation and youth engagement for over 20 years across children’s health, social care and youth justice services in both voluntary and statutory sector roles. Anne-Marie is a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellow having travelled to the USA and Canada to research the role of empathy in support services.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anne-marie-douglas-00a07718/ 

Twitter: @annemdouglas @peer_poweruk

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Importance & Impact of Youth Involvement

July 28, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Youth participation is a difficult cliff to traverse, and can feel hard to do in a way that meets an organisation's needs and those of the young people too.

Do you want to hear from young change makers and activists about their opinions on how to make opportunities accessible for young people? 

Details

Date:
February 25
Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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