Coventry youth project supporting ’emotional wellbeing’ of children awarded £300k by BBC Children in Need
COVENTRY’S Positive Youth Foundation has been awarded £300,000 by BBC Children in Need. The substantial cash boost will help the city project help address the emotional wellbeing of 8-13-year-olds who have newly arrived to the UK, including refugee and asylum seeking children, alongside local disadvantaged children in the community. Cormac Whelan, programmes manager of The
The ICC Cricket World Cup visited Coventry yesterday as part of its global Trophy Tour, which is currently running across the United Kingdom ahead of the tournament start at The Oval in London on 30 May.
Article, image credits and thanks to: Coventry Telegraph Positive Youth Foundation (PYF) celebrated the achievements of young people in Coventry with a night at the movies and also received the Queens Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS) on the same evening.
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 .
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.
Original article credit: Coventry Telegraph Young people in Coventry have been invited to have their say on the city in a new survey – and have the chance to win pizza while doing so. The Coventry Youth Survey aims to give 11 to 18-year-olds a voice about issues in the city and wider afield.
Original article credit: Coventry Observer YOUNG people across Coventry have spoken out about the consequences of carrying and using knives amid worrying knife crime increases. A total of 300 young people have been involved in a series of sessions run by Positive Youth Foundation (PYF) to voice their opinions on knife crime. The participants came