Partnership for Young London

Partnership for Young London believes in a future where every young person’s right to wellbeing is recognised and fulfilled. With young people making up a quarter of London’s population, we have to respect that they are crucial to its future.

Young People and Money - Thursday 23 May

Stop Loan Sharks Training – A one day training course, which aims to support practitioners to raise awareness of the issues of illegal money lending, and to prevent young people from using Illegal Money Lenders, more commonly known as Loan Sharks.

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PYL Youth Board – Adrian

Name: Adrian Patsalos Age: 24 Why did you want to join the PYL youth Board: London was the first place I felt at ‘home’. In South Africa I was the “Greek” and in Cyprus I was the “foreigner” since I was born abroad… In London, I was Adrian. Due to its diversity,...

Luke Pickles – Work Experience at Partnership for Young London

The Trailblazer Welcome Workshop was held on the Tuesday 12 February 2019 at 108 Stamford Street, Lambeth, London SE1 9NH and ran from 8:30-12:30. The event introduced trailblazing of a four week waiting plan, this meant that people identified with mental health...

PYL Youth Board Profile – David

Name: David Adesanya         Age: 23 Why did you want to join the PYL youth Board I want to be on the board because my experience has shown me that not only do you need to gather the insights and struggles of young people but also allow this to drive change delivered....

PYL Youth Board Profile – Serena

Name: Serena Mukhi Age: 18 Studying Politics and Economics at LSE Why did you want to join the PYL Youth Board? I wanted to join the PYL youth board as I see it as an incredible opportunity to further empower young people through the youth-led engagement and...

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Thursday 23 May –Young People and Money  – A one day training course, which aims to support practitioners to raise awareness of the issues of illegal money lending, and to prevent young people from using Illegal Money Lenders, more commonly known as Loan Sharks.[/box]

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