Positive About Potential

Our new programme, funded by Trust for London, will combine youth voice with policy change; helping young people to campaign on employment issues and supporting that with research and roundtables.

Vision for Young Londoners

A Vision for Young Londoners is a cross-sector alliance of over 80 organisations, setting out a unified strategy and set of values to help deliver a brighter future for London’s young people.

Demonstrating Impact

Partnership for Young London has recently been awarded 3-year funding from City Bridge Trust to support the voluntary, community and statutory sectors to evaluate their work.

Upcoming Policy Networks

Recent blogs

25% of the Population, 100% the Future

Sandra Vacciana, Partnership for Young London 25% was a joint youth consultation initiative led by Partnership for Young London (PYL), the British Youth Council and London Youth, in collaboration  with a range of partners including housing associations, local...

What’s Vision With No Hindsight?

  I pray the maturity of time doesn’t suck us into a maze of letters and number to re-align Statistics with no pulse, categorical acronyms with no soul – BAMER, NEET A youth lead approach is our solution, I see a future where youth panels are scrapped, our voice...

Place Making and Young People

Place Making and Young People Place-making that isn’t a bad approach, I owe the think tanks a standing ovation such innovation could help my imagination catapult, Passed social housing blues to show the box tickers, statistics too have a pulse,  Is my estate a giant...

Pioneering new ways of working with children, young people and adults

Social pedagogy is becoming a much talked about concept for those working with children and young people. This way of working suffers from having a rather cumbersome title but it is really worth getting to know what it means as we believe it is an extraordinarily powerful and effective way of working with young people and their communities.


Upcoming events

  • A briefing and workshop session on the London Ambitions programme. 16th May 2017 9.30-4.00 – This session will be an opportunity for the informal voluntary sector and Housing providers to find out more about the London Ambitions approach and assess how their work with young people can build on these principles to give all young Londoners a successful careers offer. To book a place please contact zoe.nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk
  • Theory of Change – 18th May 2017
    This 1 day free training session has been designed for those working with children and young people from small to medium voluntary and/or community sector organisations who are new to, or want to refresh their knowledge. For further information and to book a place please contact Kristine.Wellington@hcvs.org.uk

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