• MyLondon: Clubs teeter on the brink of closure

    MyLondon has published an article on the impact of COVID-19 on the youth sector and the feared impact on violence affecting young people. The article references our report Running on Reserves, which highlighted the impact of COVID on our members. In the last six months, a report compiled by the charity London Youth found nearly […]

  • 5 January: New guidance for third lockdown

    What are the new restrictions? From Tuesday 5th January, new National Lockdown restrictions apply in England. You can find the new restrictions here: You must not leave your home except where necessary. You may leave the home to: Shop for basic necessities. Go to work or volunteer where necessary. Exercise with your household, support bubble, […]

  • London Youth and Burberry support grassroots youth work this winter

    This year has been challenging for many people, and this is especially true for young people living in the most deprived areas of London. A huge number of young Londoners have faced issues with their mental health, educational needs and regular access to nutritious food. During 2020, community youth organisations have served as a lifeline […]

  • Young Londoners get creative to stop the spread of COVID-19

    The pandemic has had a huge impact on our lives this year and we have all had to change the way we live. With London’s COVID-19 rates increasing, London Youth and Partnership for Young London have come together to launch a creative campaign by young people to raise awareness of the current rules. Evidence has […]

  • Get active with our RED January 2021 challenge

    Get active every day, beat the blues away RED January is back and we’re excited to launch our 2021 challenge! RED January is a national campaign which encourages people to be active every day in January. Any activity counts – you could run, walk, cycle, swim, bounce – it’s all about moving every day to […]

  • 2 December: New guidance following second lockdown

    What are the new restrictions? From Wednesday 2nd December, new Tier 2 (High alert) Local Restrictions apply in London. You can find the new restrictions here: You must not socialise indoors with anyone not in your household or support bubble. You must not socialise outdoors with more than 6 people. Some businesses can operate in […]

  • Youth Board meet with our Patron, The Earl of Wessex

    On 24th November our Royal Patron, HRH Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex, met with three members of our Youth Board. The meeting, which took place virtually, was a great opportunity for Hannah, Jo-Ash and Zack to speak to His Royal Highness about the impact that youth work has had on their lives, how they […]

  • Press Release: DCMS funding for Good for Girls

    London Youth has received funding to deliver Good for Girls, a youth organisation-based mental health programme for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic young women aged 10- to 14-years-old. We will work with partners Haptivate, Teen Yoga Foundation and Young Minds. Young women will take part in positive mental health activities in community spaces they know […]

  • Youth Sector Data Hub for London

    Centre for Youth Impact, London Youth and Partnership for Young London are working with key funders and commissioners in London to provide youth organisations with an opportunity to contribute to a shared picture of the existing and emerging needs for young people across London. The Youth Sector Data Hub for London is a collaborative effort […]