September always feels like a new start in the youth worker’s year, and this year is no different, and it is completely different! We want everyone to know that we are open and looking to do as much with young people as we can in safe and secure ways. We are encouraged that young people […]
We did it!!! Summer youth work despite Covid 19!! Our summer work is usually big, involving hundreds of young people and their families! The sort of big that does not fit with COVID 19 guidelines. We were desperate to be able to reach out and support young people during the summer months and were worried […]
Last week, Joseph Rowntree Foundation released their ‘State of the Nation’ report, showing how in work poverty is at its highest level for over 20 years, and that across the country an average of 9 children in a class of 30 will be living in poverty.
We are looking to sell our Pawson St building to better deliver our vision of reaching young people across many communities in Bradford through locally based community hubs. Selling the building will also enable us to be more efficient with costs and therefore invest more into direct work with young people. e:merge moved into […]
Since February our London young people have been working in partnership with Pump House Gallery and renown poet and musician Nego True to explore poetry and story telling. During these sessions the group has explored issues of knife crime, the perceptions of youth by society and life experiences and looked at how writing techniques such as metaphors, […]
YOUTH WORKERS Part Time (flexible) – 2 roles available of between 8 and 25 hours per week Location – South West London Salary -£20,168 – £22,267 FTE (inc. London Allowance) We are looking for youth workers to deliver and be jointly responsible for a diverse programme of youth work activities. They will be able to establish […]
Our London Youth Council successfully bid to the Wandsworth Youth Opportunity Fund to start Judo and Boxing sessions… “Yeah the session was fun, the move names sound fun and it’s hard work being on your hands and knees, but I like the challenge of learning the different moves and flipping people over. I never knew […]
“Youth work has changed my life; now I hope to inspire others.” My Dad died when I was two years old. When I was 11, my Auntie committed suicide and my Mum began to drink, and rapidly became an alcoholic. As a result I had to look after myself from a young age. We had weeks […]