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International Youth Day 2019

Lauren Duguid

, August 12, 2019 — Civil Society

About International Youth DayThe aim of International Youth Day 2019 is to ‘examine how Governments, young people and youth-led and youth-focused organisations, as well as other stakeholders, are transforming education’. Youth CharterHere at DCMS, the Youth Steering Group was formed to help get young people’s voices heard and involve them in policy making across government. Led…

Amiens Remembered

Simon Bendry

, August 6, 2018 — Culture

Programme Director for the First World War Centenary Battlefield Tours Programme, UCL Institute of Education, London.

In August 2018, students from many of the nations which fought at the Battle of Amiens in 1918 – Australia, Canada, France, UK and USA – are coming together to commemorate the battle and as a symbol of international reconciliation.The programme, developed by UCL Institute of Education in partnership with the Department for Digital, Culture,…

#LocalCharitiesDay: Inspire Suffolk supporting young people onto a positive future

Sarah Rowe

, December 15, 2017 — Civil Society

Marketing and Communications Manager, Inspire Suffolk

Inspire Suffolk is a charity dedicated to supporting young people in Suffolk and North Essex onto a positive future. Each day, we work at the forefront of helping young people (16-25 years) to overcome multiple challenges and work to break down the barriers which they face into next steps in employment, education or further training.…

Making every day better through charity partnerships

Mark Evans

, — Civil Society

CEO, Telefonica O2 UK

I’m immensely proud to lead a company that defines its purpose as making every day better through personal experiences that count. Nowhere is this more true than in the diverse ways that our brand collaborates with partners and supports UK charities.For O2 charity begins at home, as it does for many people. We are proud…

#LocalCharitiesDay: Drive Forward on helping care-leavers achieve their potential

Ruby Lawrence

, — Civil Society

Head of Corporate Engagement, Drive Forward

At Drive Forward Foundation we are united around a belief that every young person deserves the chance to achieve their potential. Unfortunately, for care-leavers in the UK this is all too often not the case. These young people face a wide range of challenges including: financial and housing related instability, lack of positive and effective…