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.

8 March, 2018


A number of changes in children's services are taking place in Bristol.   Firstly, the plan for Bristol children’s centres is currently in the process of being implemented.  The cost reductions for children’s centres were agreed at the cabinet meeting in February 2017 following the 2016 budget consultation. Savings of £1.5 million need to be made for children’s centres.  The 22 children’s centres and Bristol City Council agreed a plan last year which included keeping all centres open.  Lead children’s centres were agreed in four areas of Bristol:

15 February, 2018


Spirit of 2012 has announced new development funding for two innovative projects that will empower girls and young women to change their communities for the benefit of other girls. UK Youth, alongside the British Red Cross and Young Women’s Trust, will use the funding to further develop an application for a full grant of up to £1.8m, working within communities to co-produce the project with girls and young women in their membership network.

14 February, 2018


Bristol’s Children and Families Partnership is developing a Bristol Children’s Charter which will set out the City’s commitment to children and young people and our pledge to children in the city.

The Children’s Charter is intended to complement existing strategies and initiatives. The Partnership’s  aim is for local organisations, businesses and communities to support the Charter and provide a focal point for activity that can bring about lasting change and support in our city across all aspects of children and young people’s lives.  

8 February, 2018
In the wake of the Internet Safety Green Paper consultation, the Government has recognised a potential need to refresh legislation to align with the modern digital age. It has asked the Law Commission to review legislation around offensive communications to ensure it is up to date, and can be effectively applied to online communications. If the Commission finds there are gaps, it will commit to further work - which should eventually lead to reform.
8 February, 2018

Opening Date:

12th February 2018 , 9:00 am
Closing Date:
16th March 2018 , 2:00 pm
Maximum grant awarded:

What is the #iwill grants programme?
The #iwill grants programmes aims to raise the level and quality of youth social action, which has huge potential to create enjoyable opportunities and skills development for young people, benefitting local people and places.

6 February, 2018


Safer Internet Day 2018  is being celebrated globally on Tuesday 6 February 2018 with the slogan “Create, connect and share respect: a better internet starts with you”. The UK Safer Internet Centre has made available resources including education packs for schools, and parents and carers, and a series of films focussing on healthy online relationships and digital wellbeing.

18 January, 2018

If you need a basic disclosure check for a job in England and Wales, you should apply to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), which now provides the service for England and Wales. If you need a basic check for a job in Scotland, then you should apply to Disclosure Scotland. If you want a check for personal reasons rather than work purposes, you should apply to the relevant organisation for your area – DBS if you live in England or Wales or Disclosure Scotland if you live in Scotland.

16 January, 2018


Around £90m will be invested in projects to help disadvantaged young people into work.   The money is part of £330m from dormant bank and building society accounts that will be used to support good causes in the UK over the next four years,


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