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Nominations have opened for the Camden Youth Awards 2021, which will be held 'virtually' online this year. These awards celebrate the achievements and progression of our local young people and services throughout this most extraordinary and challenging year. The 2021 Awards will be a chance for the Camden community to recognise and celebrate the amazing work carried out by young people,...

This time last year, we had no idea what 2020 was going to bring and, for some young people, Christmas 2020 is going to be even more difficult than usual. That's why Kooth is available for young people in Camden aged 11 to 18 over the festive season, including  Christmas and the New Year.   Kooth is a free online counselling and emotional wellbeing support service for children...

Today, on the International Day of People with Disabilities, local charity Elfrida Rathbone Camden is launching a new annual awards scheme to commemorate the memory and legacy of Catherine Capaldi. Catherine (pictured above in 2015), a former member of Camden Youth Council and The Hive Camden’s Youth Board, was a tireless campaigner for access and inclusion in Camden, who fought to raise...

Pupils from Camden primary and secondary schools presented their findings and ideas around key topics to a panel of senior Camden Council representatives as part of the annual Takeover Challenge, held 'virtually' online this year. The children, ranging from Year 5 to Year 9, put forward their views on mental health, food poverty, cyber bullying, online safety and racial equality, as well...

Camden Sports and Physical Activity Team have put together a list of 'virtual' online physical activities to help children and young people stay happy and healthy through this lockdown. Some of the best activities can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home. While youth centres are closed for face-to-face group sessions during lockdown, the Council's three main youth hubs are offering...