Targeted Youth Services
 
Three contracts have been awarded by Bristol City Council to Creative Youth Network in the North, East & Central and South Bristol. These contracts will focus mainly on young people who need support to manage a range of social, health, education and skills needs.
 
Creative Youth Network want to talk to local providers in each area and see how Creative Youth Network can best work together with local providers to provide young people with a cohesive programme of support. 
Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 9 May, 2018 -
19:00 to 21:00
Targeted Youth Services
 
Three contracts have been awarded by Bristol City Council to Creative Youth Network in the North, East & Central and South Bristol. These contracts will focus mainly on young people who need support to manage a range of social, health, education and skills needs.
 
Creative Youth Network want to talk to local providers in each area and see how Creative Youth Network can best work together with local providers to provide young people with a cohesive programme of support. 
Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 9 May, 2018 -
14:00 to 16:00
Targeted Youth Services
 
Three contracts have been awarded by Bristol City Council to Creative Youth Network in the North, East & Central and South Bristol. These contracts will focus mainly on young people who need support to manage a range of social, health, education and skills needs.
 
Creative Youth Network want to talk to local providers in each area and see how Creative Youth Network can best work together with local providers to provide young people with a cohesive programme of support. 
 
Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 2 May, 2018 -
19:00 to 21:00
Targeted Youth Services
 
Three contracts have been awarded by Bristol City Council to Creative Youth Network in the North, East & Central and South Bristol. These contracts will focus mainly on young people who need support to manage a range of social, health, education and skills needs.
 
Creative Youth Network want to talk to local providers in each area and see how Creative Youth Network can best work together with local providers to provide young people with a cohesive programme of support. 
 
Date/Time: 
Tuesday, 1 May, 2018 -
10:00 to 12:00
19 April, 2018
Youth Music, England's largest children's music charity, which provides funding for music-making projects, has announced new application deadlines for its grant making programmes. Grants are available to fund developmental music-making projects for children and young people up in challenging circumstances as well as projects that support the development of the workforce, organisations and the wider sector.
 
16 April, 2018
 
The Big Lottery Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK, has announced plans to put young people at the heart of designing a £90 million scheme to help tackle youth unemployment.
 
11 April, 2018
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse recently met with Bristol’s black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community leaders to raise awareness of the Truth Project. Voscur representatives from BME Voice and Influence and the Bristol Sexual Violence Support Consortium attended.
 
Victims and survivors of child sexual abuse spoke at the event last week, as well as the Head of Inquiry Office for the South West, David Poole.
 
4 April, 2018

 

The government recently launched a consultatiion to seek views on measures to be included in the draft Domestic Abuse Bill.  The consultation sets out the government’s approach to dealing with domestic abuse, from prevention through to rehabilitation.

4 April, 2018

The Home Office has launched the third phase of the Disrespect NoBody campaign.  The Disrespect NoBody campaign helps young people to understand what a healthy relationship is and re-think their views of controlling behaviour, violence, abuse, sexual abuse and what consent means within their relationships.  It aims to prevent the onset of domestic violence in adults by challenging attitudes and behaviours amongst young people that abuse in relationships is acceptable.  The campaign is targeted at 12 to 18-year-old boys and girls and aims to prevent them from becoming perpetrators and victim

8 March, 2018

 

'Are we listening? A review of children and young people’s mental health services' is a report  that describes the findings of the Care Quality Commission independent review of the system of services that support children and young people’s mental health.   The report draws on evidence gathered from fieldwork in 10 health and wellbeing board areas in England, including Bristol.
The review included interviews with staff working across different parts of the system, and to children, young people, parents, families and carers who use their services.

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