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Changing Lives Liberty Project

Changing Lives – Liberty Project Modern day slavery is a complex crime and may involve multiple forms of exploitation. Some victims may not even be aware that they are being trafficked or exploited, and may have consented to elements of their exploitation, or accepted their situation. Changing Lives supports victims of modern-day slavery, providing a therapeutic and holistic approach which is tailored to each person.

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Charities given boost to measure outcomes

Charities given boost to measure outcomes Small and medium-sized charities, community groups and voluntary organisations will now be able to access free support when it comes to monitoring and measuring their impact. The National Lottery Community Fund has today launched a new index tool of existing outcome frameworks and indicators as an open resource for the sector. Compiled by Social Value UK, the tool puts the most

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Durham Care Leavers Strategy 2018

Durham Care Leavers Strategy 2018 The Care Leavers strategy wants to provide every opportunity for young people to be happy, healthy and safe and to achieve their full potential. It is important that their transition into adulthood is positive and that all young people have the necessary life-skills, confidence and experience to enable them to thrive. The responsibility for meeting the needs of Care Leavers

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Durham Joint Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults Protocols

Durham Joint Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults Protocols The protocol provides the framework for collaborative working and calls for a positive approach from services and agencies to work together to protect vulnerable adults, young people and children. To read the Safeguarding Protocols, please click here.  

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Moving Forward Customer Training Programme 2019/20

The Gateshead Housing Company’s free customer training programme, Moving Forward, is now available for 2019-20 Gateshead’s training opportunities give local residents the chance to learn new skills, meet new people and help to improve Gateshead services. To read more about the free customer training programme, click here.

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Young people dealing with drugs: How can they fight back?

Young people dealing with drugs: How can they fight back?

Many young people start dealing with drugs at a very young age for many different reasons. Environment, friends, curiosity or even self-medicating, are some of the reasons why teenagers start consuming these harmful substances. Experiencing difficult situations such as living in unstable families or being at risk of becoming homeless might also be a possibility to consume these substances. Many of them know about drugs,

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Top tips for parents and young people to fight youth isolation

Top tips for parents and young people to fight youth isolation

Speaking about own isolation is probably one of the most difficult tasks for everyone, but especially for young people and their parents. In fact, many young people refuse the idea of chatting directly with them. Instead, they prefer to talk with friends about this. Some parents might know the problem and ignore it. However, many of them don’t speak about isolation because they simply don’t

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How damaging is social media for young people?

How damaging is social media for young people?

Social media is a great place to be connected and have fun. However, its misuse could have very damaging effects on young people. On social media, one of the main issues is sharing personal and sensitive information. Many users, including young people, don’t consider the information they are sharing online. Most of us don’t know how this information is going to be used for. Another

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Top 5 ways to beat loneliness

Top 5 ways to beat loneliness

Loneliness is nothing new. Adults and young people feel alone constantly. Although we are with friends, family, and classmates, we still feel lonely. Many people go on the internet to connect with others and to not feel alone. Others have thousands or even millions of followers on social media. They show and share their successful daily life. However, many of them still feel lonely. Not

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