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.

Stop Loan Sharks Training - Tuesday 11 December 2018

 

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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Last day of term brings progress on the European Social Fund

As MPs packed their bags for recess, the last day of Parliament brought some big news for the employment support sector. In amongst the twenty one written ministerial statements bundled out of the door before the end of term, two offered details on the European Social...

Recent Reports

Tuesday, 11 DecemberStop 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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