• 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 […]

  • The Independent: Marcus Rashford and Burberry partner to provide help for UK youth clubs

    The Independent has reported on our new collaboration with Burberry to support disadvantaged young people in London. Burberry is also partnering with English international footballer and youth advocate, Marcus Rashford MBE, in joining forces with charities supporting young people across the world, empowering the voices that will shape our tomorrow, and in support of his efforts […]

  • Vogue: “Kindness Is Power”: Marcus Rashford Joins Forces With Burberry On A Game-Changing Charity Initiative

    Vogue has reported on our new collaboration with Burberry to support disadvantaged young people in London. Burberry is also partnering with English international footballer and youth advocate, Marcus Rashford MBE, in joining forces with charities supporting young people across the world, empowering the voices that will shape our tomorrow, and in support of his efforts to […]

  • GQ: Marcus Rashford and Burberry are joining forces for good

    GQ has reported on our new collaboration with Burberry to support disadvantaged young people in London. Burberry is also partnering with English international footballer and youth advocate, Marcus Rashford MBE, in joining forces with charities supporting young people across the world, empowering the voices that will shape our tomorrow, and in support of his efforts […]

  • Our summary of Danny Kruger MP’s Levelling Up Our Communities

    On 24th September 2020, Danny Kruger MP released his report Levelling Up Our Communities, based on over 500 submissions. Kruger was asked by the Prime Minister in June to consult on supporting civils society groups in the recovery phase of COVID-19 and how they could contribute to the Government’s levelling up agenda. What does this mean for […]

  • Our statement on Danny Kruger MP’s Levelling Up Our Communities

    On 24th September 2020, Danny Kruger MP released his report Levelling Up Our Communities, based on over 500 submissions. Kruger was asked by the Prime Minister in June to consult on supporting civil society groups in the recovery phase of COVID-19 and how they could contribute to the Government’s levelling up agenda. You can read […]

  • Media release: Rise Up Youth Practitioners’ Leadership Programme

      London Violence Reduction Unit to invest £550,000 in the London Youth-led partnership to deliver new leadership programme for youth practitioners supporting young people affected by violence.   London Youth in partnership with Leap Confronting Conflict and Clore Social Leadership will implement Rise Up – an innovative leadership programme for high-potential youth practitioners in London, […]

  • Our statement on the Violence Reduction Unit’s strategic research

    London Youth welcomes the release by the London Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) of strategic research that seeks to understand the complex causes and pervasive nature of violence in London. Violence in London: What we know and how to respond Analysis of Statutory Reviews of Homicides and Violent Incidents Both build the evidence base and allow […]

  • Violence Reduction Unit: Dare London at City Hall

    London Youth has been involved with the London Violence Reduction Unit since it was first established in 2018 by the Mayor to coordinate a public health approach to violence in London. Since October 2019, our Chief Executive Rosemary Watt-Wyness and a young person from our network have also had seats on the Partnership Reference Group […]