‘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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Active Inclusion Newcastle

Active Inclusion Newcastle is a partnership approach developed as part of the Newcastle City Council 2013-16 budget setting process. It responds to the growth in demand for information, advice and support for financial inclusion and housing advice which need to be met at the same time as resources and capacity are reducing across the council and partners. Active Inclusion Newcastle improves the coordination and consistency

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Reducing the Skills Gap – Gathering Support

As you are aware we are in the process of developing a training programme for Reducing the Skills Gap and are also in the process of gathering support for this through a pledge card and e-petition. Myself and the young people involved with the Network are going out and speaking to other groups of young people, employers and education/training providers to raise awareness and gather

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Engage to Change Bursary Round now open – closing date 1st February 2013

 The Engage to Change Bursary application round is now open. Click here for details.   Engage to Change is a unique Level 3 qualification for front line homelessness workers. Launched in 2010, and accredited by the Chartered Institute of Housing, it is the only industry standard certificate for professionals working with homeless people. This course is primarily designed for those who are operating within day centres,

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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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