Following England and Italy’s EU Finals match there has been a lot of agony and hate towards people of colour. That led to normal people like myself who enjoy playing football for fun and liaising with coaches to run Sunday community leagues voluntarily questioning our commitment to the game. We have always tolerated so many … Continue reading The sad reality about football what needs to be known!
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected young people’s lives, physically, emotionally and mentally. Before the crisis, mental health was not seen as that important. Now we know how critical it is for young people everywhere. Even those who seemed well prepared have not been able to cope and many have sought help. Young refugees and … Continue reading Youth Ambassadors blog 2021
The UK needs to establish an asylum centre on the French coast, and offer a legal and safe route to seek asylum in the UK
You walk away from your house and your mother, without saying good-bye to your beloved young brothers and sisters. You know they won’t let you go but you have no choice. It’s painful if you stay or if you leave. It’s the hardest decision you can make in your life What should you do now … Continue reading Refugee week project- Daniel
Young refugees face some huge issues in life that stop them from having a normal life and progressing to become fulfilled in life. These include mental health issues that come from past traumas they have faced, barriers to getting a basic education, and high vulnerability that comes from misunderstandings with the public and the police. … Continue reading Action Learning Set Blog – January 2020
The computer drop-in sessions are a chance for some support to get laptops and phones working and also for how-to-do-it tips for software. Young people often need help to tune a donated laptop or help to secure a phone. Staff and volunteers guide them through the steps to get things working smoothly again and accompany … Continue reading Launching careers