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Train the Trainer: Peer Support Project

The Proud Trust will tell you the secrets of their successful peer support project, helping you set up your own LGBT+ inclusive service at this workshop on Tuesday 20 November 2018, 9.30am-3.30pm at YHA Manchester. The Proud Trust has run an effective and successful Peer Support Project for many years. Peer support models work on […]

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Sexuality aGender v2 – An Inclusive Sexual Health Toolkit

This workshop by The Proud Trust will help you have non-assumptive conversations about sexual health with ALL young people. Sexuality aGender v2 is a brand new, pioneering resource pack. It is NOT a sexual health package for LGBT+ young people, it is an inclusive pack for ALL young people. The Proud Trust has an extensive […]

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Using arts activities to explore issue-based work with young people

This workshop on Thursday 6 December, 1pm-4pm at GMYN, Green Fish Resource Centre, will give youth and community workers and some simple arts activities that they can use to explore any issue or discussion topic with young people. The workshop will cover art, creative writing and drama activities. It will look at ways the arts […]

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Youth In The City

What winds you up about living in this city? Two young people from Tanzania are coming to Manchester on Wednesday 7 November, 5.30pm at the Millennium Powerhouse, Moss Side, and would like to meet you and find out what your life is like. There will be a movie that reflects their lives trying to make […]

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Media Mentoring Programme for Young People

Transforming Hidden Talent is an employability programme run by Media Trust and funded by Comic Relief. It’s aimed at young people aged 16 – 25 living in Birmingham, London and Manchester, interested in gaining a career in the media industry and the programme runs for 12 months. Media Trust have opened recruitment for this year’s […]

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Aged 18-25 and want a new job? Fastlaners will get you the job you deserve

Fastlaners is a free programme that will get you the job you deserve. Learn directly from employers in a range of sectors to work out what career path would suit you best and how to pursue it. From Monday 12 to Friday 16 November 2018 in Manchester, you will: • Work out what career you […]

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N-Gage Youth and Community Worker

About N-Gage N-Gage is a Manchester based charity that gives young people at risk of educational and social exclusion, opportunities and skills to reach their full potential. During the week N-Gage take youth vehicles into North and South Manchester and run Catalyst detached sessions to engage young people in their communities. The Catalyst youth centre, […]

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Young Black Men’s Engagement Worker – Film 42

A partnership between 42nd Street, Theatre In Prisons and Probation (TIPP), Survivors Manchester and Youth Access, Film 42 is a Comic Relief funded project to work with young black men aged 16-20 years. The project will support them to campaign for the improvement and increased take up of mental health and wellbeing support for their […]

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Creativity, courage and community: Share your mental health journey through artwork

Mental Health First Aid England is committed to telling the stories of people with experience of mental health issues. People’s unique stories bring their courses to life, help to break down stigma and deepen society’s understanding of mental health. Would you be willing to share your own story through artwork to be featured in MHFA […]

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International Day of the Girl Child Week of 8 October 2018

Youth workers across Greater Manchester are highlighting the rights of the girl child, and girls’ skills and ingenuity in claiming fair treatment. There are lots of events in Greater Manchester on the week of 8 October 2018 for International day of the Girl Child. Campaigning for the rights of the girl Campaign Themes are being […]

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