Young people aged 11 to 18 are invited to join an online discussion of their hopes for the ‘recovery’ phase of the COVID-19 pandemic and their plans for when the lockdown is eventually lifted.
The next virtual Shout Out, run by Camden Youth Council and YOS Peer Advocates, will be at 2pm on Wednesday, 20 May.
If you'd like to take part, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Camden Council’s Youth Offending Service has been rated ‘outstanding’ by inspectors, placing the service as one of the top performers in the country.
The report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Probation covers the Council’s Youth Offending Service (YOS) and its work alongside the police, schools and health services to support young people to reduce and prevent offending. It also covers...
A new helpline for young people to get access to advice and support from Camden youth services launches on Monday (11 May).
The Camden youth helpline (020 7974 6200) for young people aged 13 to 19 will be open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 2 to 5pm, offering advice from Camden Integrated Youth Support Service staff on a wide range of services, including:
Careers and Connexions
On Wednesday 6 May, Camden will hold the first ‘Virtual Shout Out’, bringing young people from across the borough together to share their experiences of being in lockdown.
Organised by Camden Youth Council and Youth Offending Service (YOS) Peer Advocates, this will be the first of two events which aim to encourage young people to give their views on the current pandemic and share with others...
While Camden youth and play centre buildings are closed to children and young people, these projects are finding new ways to help keep local children and young people connected to their centre or project and each other.
Find out more about what's on offer and how to get involved
Camden Council youth projects - virtual youth programmes, June 2020:
Fresh Youth Academy - virtual youth...