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‘YouthHub is a place where I can be myself’

Group of young people and members of ‘Street Law Project’, YHNE, 2018   Our  YouthHub sessions to help young people at risk of homelessness kicked off yesterday in Mea House (Newcastle) as part of our project ‘every young person has the right to a home’. A big group of young people between 14-25 years old spoke openly about how to tackle challenges they might face such

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The Key Framework

The Key supports youth and community organisations to assist their young people aged 11-25 to think, plan, do and review their very own project ideas, helping them to explore their own passions, develop important life skills (communication, problem solving, making decisions and more) and self-confidence. The Key exists because we believe all young people should have the opportunity to make the most of their own

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Youth Educators – Centrepoint

Category Prevention X Support Services   Accommodation   Other (please specify X (Training) Title of case study/project Youth Educators Project Activity undertaken (including what, where, who and how) Centrepoint delivers facilitation and peer education training to young people aged 16-25, who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness. The training includes group work, communication and peer mentoring, and is accredited by AQA. Once trained and

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