Telephone: 020 7332 3599

Location: Partnership for Young London, City of London, Guildhall, London EC2V 7HH

 

Postal: Partnership for Young London, City of London, PO Box 270, Guildhall, London EC2P 2EJ

Charity registration number: 1062226

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Impact

Timeline

September 2018

  • Attendance at the Transformative Youth Work Conference

  • London Policy Network on the Labour Youth Party Consultation, Social Power and

  • Training session facilitated on the use of info graphics for demonstrating impact

  • CYP Friendly Session on evidence and impact meeting with Public Health, Healthy London Partnership and Imperial College

  • Youth Advisory Board Meeting 

November 2018

  • National Youth Policy Advisory Board meeting with LGA, DCMS and NYA

  • Pan London Children in Care Council attendance at the APPG on Race and Community and APPG on Looked After Children and Care Leavers

  • Lectures facilitated at London Metropolitan University of Intersectionality

  • Joint event with the Roundhouse on diversity and the cultural industries

  • Peer led research training facilitated with Big Lotteries 

  • Launch of the Know Your Roots project at Museum of London for over 75 groups

  • Talk facilitated on Know Your Roots for Colourful Radio

  • Membership case studies collated

  • Pan London Children in Care Council focus groups facilitated

January 2019

  • Launch of the Know Your Roots resource

  • Stop Loan Sharks training facilitated for 20 organisations

  • Research network established with Centre for Youth Impact and London Youth

  • Youth-Led, Peer-Led Research Network for groups interested in developing their peer research

August 2018

  • Campaign training for the Youth Advisory Board with  Sheila McKechnie Foundation

  • Task and Finish Groups on the African Diaspora Framework

  • Literature review and research for the African Diaspora Framework

  • Recruitment of the Youth Advisory Board

  • Pan London Children in Care Council regional meeting on education support  

October 2018

  • YouTube Vlogging Training Workshop powered by The Jack Petchey Foundation and Media Trust

  • Attendance at Labour National Youth Policy Consultation 

  • Youth Advisory Board attendance at DCMS on their youth engagement contract

  • Pan London Children in Care focus groups in 12 London Boroughs

  • Launch of Know Your Roots Website

  • Participation in the panel for Hairitage for Harris Academy as part of Black History month

  • Youth Advisory Board  Development session

  •  Children in Care Council regional meeting on financial support

  • Barclays Bank Pro Bono Training Session

February 2019

  • Pan London Children In Care Council roundtable facilitated with CoL and the Virtual School Heads

  • Pan London Children In Care Council regional network meeting with CoL on apprenticeships

  • Partnerships developed with Northern Ireland, Scotland, Yorks and Humber, Oldham for the Votes at 16 Debate at the Old Bailey

  • Session at Stratford Circus delivered on representation and diversity in the fashion industry as part of the V & A fashion week

  • Take Your Space, Public Speaking event facilitated for the wider youth network

  • Theory of Change session facilitated in Enfield

  • London Policy Network meeting looking at online mental health, votes at 16 and heritage

  • Youth Advisory Board meeting

  • Mental Health Trailblazers Launch with Healthy London Partnership 

May 2019

  • Peer Research Network launched with 50 people attending

  • Young people and money training with the Stop the Loan Sharks campaign

  • Intersectionality task and finish groups in place  

June 2019

  • Launch of the youth-led research and #TruthaboutYouth programme at Soap Box

  • Set up of the Cornerstone programme with London Youth and the Centre for Youth Impact

  • Infographics training on showcasing your impact

  • Digital Health Ambassadors and Healthy London Partnership training on social media and campaigning

  • London Policy Network on the NSPCC safeguarding standards and Brent the London Borough of Culture

 December 2018

  • Youth Advisory Board attendance at Facebook event

  • Lecture facilitated at London Metropolitan University

  • London Policy Network on Passport to Parliament, Young People and Brexit and Harrow Needs Analysis

  • Pan London Children in Care Council Focus groups

  • Regional Youth Work Units National Meeting

March 2019

  • Website redesign underway

  • Attendance at the European Parliament Youth Outreach Team

  • Planning and Preparation for the Votes at 16 debate at the Old Bailey

  • Youth Advisory Board attendance at the APPG on Diversity in charities: the role of governance and leadership

  • Social Media Training for the Youth Advisory group at the BBC

  • Youth Advisory Board Barristers Training session

  • Data Modelling Project established with pro bono support from  Operational Research

  • Safeguarding Adolescents session at London Councils

  • Staff Away Day Brighton

April 2019

  • Debate at the Old Bailey on the conditions need to make Votes at 16 a reality with Northern Ireland, Oldham Youth Councils, Young People from Scotland, hosted by HRH Sarah Munroe

  • Healthy London Partnership Digital Health Ambassadors programme launched

  • London Policy Network on Hackney Youth Commission and the Young Londoners fund

July 2019

  • Launch of the Self Made Sector report with the Roundhouse

  • Annual Review meeting with Trustees and Youth Board   

  • Young researchers training programme

  • Intersectionality ‘Backtalking’ event with LSE

  • Digital Health Ambassadors and Healthy London Partnership training on digital marketing  

Impact Data

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"This is just the sort of thing I wanted to get involved in, the girls are walking around like they own the place!"

Partnerships

Case Study – Partnerships with Universities

 

What we have done this year includes:

 

  • Facilitated events and hosted lectures for students at the London Metropolitan University on equalities and intersectionality

  • Co-produced resources with the University of Huddersfield on the evidence and literature around Votes at 16

  • Established links with Imperial College on the evidence across Europe on Children and Young People’s frameworks

  • Contributed to the development board at George Williams YMCA College

  • Facilitated the paid internships scheme with Essex University

  • Developed links with LSE research department around policy and gender studies

  • Set up a youth research network with London Youth and the Centre for Youth Impact with Universities and front line groups

  • Sheila McKechnie Foundation

  • The Media Trust

  • BBC Social Media team

  • Pan London Children in Care Council

  • The Money House

  • 12 London boroughs took part in the Children in Care Council Research

  • Schools x 4

  • Cultural Institutions including:

  • London Metropolitan Archives

  • Museum of London

  • Victoria and Albert Museum

  • Autograph Gallery

  • Stratford Circus  

  • 7 Universities including, University of Huddersfield, LSE, Wimbledon College of Art, Goldsmith University

  • London Metropolitan University

Feedback

"How to put differently project aims to build funding applications. Where to go for support tools to evaluate the project outcomes."

"OveralI I feel extremely happy about being involved in the project because it gave me the courage to fight for my rights as a Black person and to know that it isn’t just me challenging stereotypes but others that care about these issues as much as I do. It was really good to be involved with the project because it shows me that I have the power to change things which I think are not right, and fight…"

Throughout the discussion-based workshop I began to gain a connection and passion for my hair that I’d never had before because I was able to learn about Black culture from before slavery and how things were before we were forced into a westernised image and stripped of our identity. I now live with a proud outlook on the heritage of my roots and have made a decision to continue growing my hair, styling my hair and telling people about the roots of my hair and where the first styles all began many years ago.

I will use it in my daily project work I have to create a Theory of Change one of new projects next week so I will definitely put my learning into practice