July 26-31 2021

Avada Festival
Avada Festival

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?

PEERS training launch

This launch event will explore the PEERS training. This training is a guide for professionals on how to navigate conversations with young people about mental health in a way that is comfortable for everyone.

The Resilience Lab

In this interactive workshop, you will get to explore some of the pressures facing young people today and learn about ways to take the pressure off and to look after yourself.

Discovering the power of your story

Delve into the world of storytelling and change making! You will learn how to apply clear techniques to your writing to help influence, empower and encourage others to take action and support your cause.

For Us, By Us: Shake!’s legacy of political youth work

Annick Météfia and Haneen Hammou, co-producers of the upcoming Shake! Research report will share their learnings from the experience of researching the impact of Shake!’s radical and political youth spaces in the last 10 years.

Spoken Word Night

Join us for an amazing night of guest poets, open mic talents and the glorious medium of writing out loud. The amazing Act for Change Together Spoken Word Night.

Youth-led bid writing

This event will explore bid writing and fundraising from a young person's perspective. Wellbeing Ambassadors from Newport Mind (volunteers aged 14-25) will share their experiences of co-producing and writing bids.

Leading a Digital Social Action Campaign

We'll be giving you our top tips from our experiences, taking you through step-by-step how you can start a social action campaign, and how to build a team so you can make a difference and how Peace First can fund and support your next steps launching a campaign.

Three Minute Heroes

Three Minute Heroes is a campaign from The Warren Youth Project that supports young people to use creative writing and music to talk openly, confidently and safely about what’s on their mind.

Go to Top