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

 

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Policy Network

 

London Policy network is Partnership for Young London’s regular policy and practice meeting to showcase good practice, disseminate ideas and hear about latest policy, initiatives and developments in the youth sector. Attendees are cross sector drawn from  range of organisations VCSE, LA’s, housing associations, central and regional government, public health.

 

Members of Partnership for Young London are given priority places.  To book a place contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for refreshment (no lunch) and security purposes.

Click here to find out more about membership or contact  Troy.Norbert@cityoflondon.gov.uk.

Click here to see the London Policy Network feedback and aims for 2019.

Upcoming Meetings

 Resources

September London Policy Network presentations/links:

Healthy London Partnership CYP Mental Health briefing

Eurodesk

 

June London Policy Network presentations/links:

Young People’s Producer London Borough of Culture

 SW!TCH Lives programme working with young people at risk of serious youth violence.
 NSPCC National Training Centre updates on Safeguarding training and resources

 DCMS - current priorities for Government on young people

Eurodesk

 

April London Policy Network presentations/links:

Sam from our Youth Board gave an up-date on the ‘Truth about Youth’ campaign
Let’s talk. Period is a project by Brook and girls’ rights charity Plan International UK
Matthew Walsham spoke about a three-year project, funded by Trust for London, looking to conduct peer-led research. Please read an up to date briefing here.
The GLA on the next round of the Young Londoners Fund
Eurodesk
 

February London Policy Network presentations/links:

Know Your Roots and introducing the resource pack.

The Pan London Children in Care Council (CICC)

Presentation from  Kooth services, an online counselling and emotional well-being support service providing young people aged 11-25.

Eurodesk– Zoe Nation Partnership for Young London