This is an opportunity for young people aged 12-18 living in Wythenshawe to learn how to look after green spaces. Aged between 12 and 18 and live in Wythenshawe? Want to get involved and make a difference to your local green space? Want to make friends and try something different? Do you like being outside in all weather and getting stuck in? If yes, then this is the role for you.
All Young People
Manchester charities The Proud Trust, Albert Kennedy Trust, 42nd Street and LGBT Foundation are proud to launch their Greater Manchester research ‘Getting it Right: what young LGBT people want and need’.
All organisations and professionals who work with children and young people need to know more about LGBT young people in order to be able to do their job well.
Voluntary Youth Manchester (VYM) is seeking a researcher to research into their current membership and to create recommendations for VYM’s activity and structure for the next three years.
This role is suitable for someone freelance or as a paid secondment from another organisation.
As momentum gathers around integrated health and social care and children’s health and wellbeing, there are various calls for evidence around the voice of children and young people.
42nd Street with Youth Focus NW and Young Minds are aware of an awful lot of great work that has taken place over recent years to capture this voice and they are trying to gather this into one place and make some central sense of it to inform, amongst other things the GM commissioning framework for CAMHS and a broader charter around children and young people’s health and social care.
Manchester City Council have recently launched their Young Carers Strategy setting out how they intend to work with and support young carers as well as the resources that are available to them.
The Manchester Safeguarding Boards (MSB) comprises the Manchester Safeguarding Adults Board (MSAB) and the Manchester Safeguarding Children Boards (MSCB). The Boards share an Independent Chair, Julia Stephens-Row; and are supported by the MSB Business Unit.
The Manchester Safeguarding Boards have developed their strategic priorities for 2017/18, with invaluable input from children, young people and adults with care and support needs.
Health Action Champions is a fantastic opportunity for people aged 16 – 21 to help improve young people’s health across Manchester.
You will get the chance to design and lead your own health awareness work, improve your knowledge of health and health services, and contribute to key discussions about health.
Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People (GMCDP) in partnership with Manchester Mind provides an advice/advocacy service for young people who identify as disabled and are in crisis. This often causes many young people to experience (or to have experienced) discrimination and barriers because they have impairments.
As you will be aware, Lifeline has been experiencing significant financial difficulties over the past few months. This has culminated in a position where in order to safeguard service provision, particularly for service users and to look after the interests of staff, Lifeline approached CGL to assist in a process that would ensure service continuity.