The Summer of 2018 saw Positive Youth Foundation design and create an online electronic democracy campaign for the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioners office. Setting up an application process, advertising campaign and election process for the entire West Midlands region. Overall 5,051 online votes we cast, seeing engagement from young people and communities across

For the first time ever there will be two Refugee Week Conferences in 2019! The dates for your diary are: Refugee Week Conference COVENTRY (Coventry Cathedral): Monday 11 February, 10am – 5pm co-hosted with Positive Youth Foundation Refugee Week Conference LONDON (Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre): Friday 15 February, 10am – 5pm The Refugee

Volunteering and social action

PYF Volunteer Evening *THIS THURSDAY*

Come along to our Volunteer Evening *THIS THURSDAY* to find out more about the volunteering/social opportunities we have at PYF!! IT’S THE LAST ONE OF THE YEAR 😱 📍Coventry College (City Campus – South Building) 🕕 Thursday 18th October, 6 – 8 pm at Coventry Colleg (City Campus), South Building, 50 Swanswell Street, Coventry CV1

Youth Crime Commissioners

PYF have been tasked by the office of the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) to be in contact with organisations working with the regions young people to facilitate and develop the election process for the local Youth Commissioners. This process is being developed with a young person centred approach, in order to ensure

Volunteering has been at the core of Positive Youth Foundation since its inception and this summer just proved how influential our volunteers or as we call them “Youth Leaders” can be. On Friday 3rd August we brought 20 youth leaders on a residential up to a small village in the Lake District called Shap. This

This summer has seen a surge in female participation throughout Positive Youth Foundation programmes across Coventry. During our 4-week summer programme we have seen on average 30+ girls attending and participating in sports every day. At the start of the Summer, St. Finbarrs GAA Club started their first ever girls Gaelic football team. This initiative

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 .

Progress-ing into Healthcare!

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

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