Coventry young people question police on stop and search. YOUNG people from across Coventry met with police officers to share their experiences and encourage co-operation with the force. Positive Youth Foundation’s Ask West Midlands Police (#ASKWMP) social action campaign closed with a consultation session with WMP at Hillfields Young People Centre. The campaign, which has
The Coventry Youth Partnership has released the app as part of its new website and it will provide a database of activities and events taking place in the city. Partners from across the city have joined together to provide a calendar of activities for the platform, which has been supported by Coventry City Council .
Halima was referred onto the BBO Progress programme in April 2017, after some challenges with her course. Halima had set herself targets with her Progress on developing her CV and interview techniques, completing a Sports Leadership qualification, gaining a level 2 in her Maths (equivalent to A-C in GCSE) as well as gain an apprenticeship
Positive Youth Foundation will be running a four-week community summer activities programme from Sidney Stringer Academy, CV1 5LY. The sessions will be delivered Monday to Friday, 12pm – 3pm with a sign-up fee of only £1 per week. In addition we will also be running a Youth Club for ages 14 – 18 from Hillfields
Positive Youth Foundation worked with partners across the city to offer a whole weeks’ worth of celebration events open for all of Coventry’s residents. At just one of the venues in the week we saw over 600 attendances at Fargo Village at special Refugee Week events, with over 50 volunteers supporting and over 30 hours
Positive Youth Foundation were invited to attend Coventry University’s Excellence Awards after being part of a nomination for the award Creating Better Futures. PYF worked with Danai Mikelli of Coventry University to complete a VR (Virtual Reality) Project called VR Kaleidoscope, which engaged young people in creating individual VR films with 360 cameras. The young
Positive Youth Foundation celebrated many of its young people over the past month with two Award ceremonies! First up it was the turn of our Raising Aspirations Programme, for young people who have attended our alternative education provision and achieved great attendance and qualifications around developing personal skills and employability. With a few funny personal
Original Article and Image Credit: Coventry City Council. Partners from across Coventry have launched the Coventry Domestic Abuse Strategy 2018-2023 to tackle domestic abuse in the city. The strategy will take a long-term preventative approach to tackling domestic abuse, including honour-based violence and forced marriage.
Positive Youth Foundation are looking forwarding to a week of huge celebrations for the twentieth year of Refugee Week in 2018. Working alongside Coventry City Council’s MiFriendly Cities programme, Coventry Refugee & Migrant Centre, the Positive Images Festival and Fargo Village, we have put together a programme of events and activities for all. From Monday