Skip to main content

All of our partners support young people in some way, but there are a few cross-cutting projects that focus on engaging young people - both boys and girls - in skills, policy and shaping the world they want to see.

Knowing Me, Knowing You

In 2017, we're running a series of workshops with young people to discuss social integration and the key question: how can we make the UK a more welcoming country?

Join the project

 

Helping Hands: expanding mentoring for disadvantaged youth

Mentoring can be particularly effective to help vulnerable young people build resilience, raise their aspirations and complete their education.

Read more  

 

A Refugee Like Me

In 2016, we brought young people from across Europe and the UK together to discuss what their response could be to the refugee crisis. This project culminated in a series of workshops and a conference, where under-25s  (both refugees and those born in the UK) met key decision-makers and brainstormed policy responses. 

Read more

 

Easier Transitions: iGro

helping young people get into work How can you get a job if you’ve never had one before? This is a question facing many young people across Europe today, and one that was at the heart of our previous European project – Easier Transitions.

Read more