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About 70 children from Camden primary and secondary schools 'took over' the Council on Friday, 29 November 2019, as part of the annual Takeover Challenge event. The pupils, aged 8 to 14, were at the Crowndale Centre all day, from 9am until 3.30pm, where they worked with Council officers and other local professionals to prepare presentations on four key topics: Climate change ...

The Camden Youth Awards 2020 will bring the community together to recognise and celebrate the young people of Camden. Nominees will have made a difference to their community or achieved something amazing in their own life. Do you know a young person aged 13 to 19 (up to 25 with learning difficulties or disabilities) who has achieved something that deserves recognition? Will their...

'Our Content – Change the Game' is an exciting new photojournalism programme supported by the Mayor of London.   Whilst we often see diverse athletes in images, we lack diversity behind the camera. We are searching for a diverse cohort of young Londoners (14-25 years old), particularly young women, BAME & LGBT+ people.   Participants will learn skills from renowned sports...

Five Camden students made a trip of a lifetime to Japan as part of Camden’s friendship agreement with Kagoshima prefecture. The sixth-formers were all selected to join the week-long trip in October as guests of the Mayor of Camden after writing an essay on Japanese culture. They stayed with Japanese families, met the Governor of Kagoshima and visited the museum which tells the ...

Local charity Camden Giving is looking for one young Camden resident to join their Future Changemakers programme to help lead change for young people in Camden. You'll be paid the London Living Wage (£10.55 per hour) to attend meetings with Camden Giving – including fundraising meetings with stakeholders and donors, as well as events to help raise awareness of youth injustice...

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