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Working with Children and Young People: A checklist for innovators

Working with Children and Young People: A checklist for innovators

Our e-wellbeing team have been working hard to provide best practice guidelines for innovators working with children and young people.

2024 General Election – A Statement from our CEO, Emily Brock

“The Prime Minister has announced a General Election for the 4th of July, less than six weeks away. This is an important time for […]
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Room Sponsorship

YMCA DownsLink Group’s mission is to help children and young people have a fair chance to be who they want to be. We do […]

Youth Council x Board of Trustees ‘MashUp’

‘Friendly’ and ‘welcoming’ was the verdict of Tashi, Cree and Georgia after their meeting with the YMCA DownsLink Group Board of Trustees last week.
St Patrick's Accommodation

St Patrick’s Adult Hostel in Hove

Statement from YMCA DownsLink Group: Closure of St Patrick’s Adult Hostel in Cambridge Road, Hove.
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Empowering young voices: YMCA Youth Council explores rent, equality and representation

Our Youth Council travelled from Guildford, Brighton and Worthing to continue discussing how to improve the experiences of residents across our supported housing projects.
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Brighton & Hove City Council Cut Funding for Youth Advice Centre

Brighton & Hove City Council has confirmed that it will not recommission the specialist housing youth advice and tenancy support contract delivered by Brighton’s Youth Advice Centre.
YMCA Youth Ambassadors at the launch of the YMCA Manifesto

YMCA manifesto campaign launch

YMCA launch national manifesto campaign to put issues affecting young people at heart of next election.
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YMCA enables people to develop their full potential in mind, body and spirit. Inspired by and faithful to our Christian values, we create supportive, inclusive and energising communities, where young people can truly belong, contribute and thrive.

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