Authoring Our Own Stories look at how young people’s identities impacts on both access to services & service design and delivery.
This action research spoke to Children In Care Councils across London to examine the challenges they face.
Vision for Young Londoners is a vision statement involving an alliance of over 80 organisations.
The YLRP is a programme facilitating peer research projects with training and support for groups of young people to design their own research projects.
Digital Health Ambassadors is a peer research project looking at the NHS Go App, and how young people use it.
Involving Young Londoners is a three year project looking at peer research and participatory research.
Know Your Roots uses mixed media technology to develop art work that celebrates the beauty of black hair.
YPPI explored how young people from different social groups and different regions of the UK defined their identities and how services adapt to meet their needs.
TikTok partnered with us to run a bi-weekly listening project with young people in London to better understand their experience of Covid-19.
Improving the services and lives of young people through better use of data.
Demonstrating Impact supports the voluntary and community sectors to evaluate their work.
The aim of #TruthAboutYouth was to create a youth-led asset-based social media campaign on young Londoners.
Positive About Potential was looked at youth unemployment in London though research.
Partnership for Young London delivered a programme of activities, focused on key issues disproportionately impacting young people and colleagues from minoritised communities during the pandemic.
This project looked at young people’s political engagement and political education.