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Camden Youth Safety Week, which will be held from 10 February 2020, will be a call to action for everyone in Camden. We believe that keeping young people safe is everyone’s business. As part of this work we are launching our first Camden Youth Safety Week Multi-Media Competition.   Who can enter? The competition is open to children and young people in primary and secondary schools (more...

Young people, community leaders, professionals and residents expressed their determination to work together to prevent more deaths on the streets at an event to mark one year since Camden’s Youth Safety Taskforce Report was published. The meeting in Kentish Town on 19 September, which was attended by over 100 people, featured presentations and stalls showcasing important work being done to...

The Future Changemakers is a youth-led panel created by charity Camden Giving, as a response to the fatal stabbings of two young men in the borough in 2018. Young people on the panel were given the opportunity to decide for themselves how they would like to use the funding to help tackle youth crime in Camden. They decided to fund youth programmes that met their objectives of educating young...

Just left school or uni and looking for your next move? The Council’s Digital and Data Services team is offering the chance for seven Camden residents, former Camden secondary school students or Camden care leavers to become ICT apprentices on a salary of £19,804 per year. Find out more about this exciting opportunity for you to train, earn and learn - and apply before Wednesday 9 October:...

Camden secondary school students were celebrating on 22 August 2019 after achieving an impressive set of GCSE results. Among the happy students at Parliament Hill School was Asma Maloumi, who is also Camden’s Deputy Youth MP and a leading member of Camden Youth Council. Asma was overjoyed to get seven of the top grade 9s in her GCSEs, as well as three grade 8s. She's staying on at Parliament...