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Kooth offers free, safe and anonymous online wellbeing and mental health support for young people aged 11 to 18 - and it's now available in Camden. If you live in Camden, you can sign up now for confidential support through a text-based conversation with a qualified counsellor. You can also join online forums and discussion boards with other young people, read articles written by young people...

Many children and young people are now off school and spending time away from their friends, teachers and some family members. To help you stay happy and healthy through this crisis we've put together some of the best online resources we could find. Childline has created a new web page with information for children and young people about coronavirus. The page includes information about: what...

Fourteen young candidates are standing for election to become Camden’s next Youth MP. The candidates, aged 12 to 17, have published their manifestos, covering key issues that affect young people in Camden. Due to the COVID-19 emergency, voting will now take place in September 2020 and will determine a new Youth MP and two Deputy Youth MPs to represent Camden young people. As well as putting...

Young people voted on ideas for new projects and ideas to improve youth safety during the Shout Out debate in the Council Chamber last Thursday (13 February). The event, organised by Camden Youth Council and Camden's Youth MP, was attended by youth clubs and projects across the borough, as well as local secondary school students. About 100 young people voted on which of six pitches they...

Year 9 and 10 students from Acland Burghley School have been announced as the overall winners of the Camden Youth Safety Week 2020 Multi-Media Competition. The students were each presented with £50 vouchers and certificates at an awards event last night (Wednesday, 5 February) by Councillor Abdul Hai, the Council’s Cabinet Member for Young People and Cohesion and Co-Chair of the borough’s...