Child Rights Training - Town Hall

Youth Voice

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Redbridge Youth Involvement

Working with Redbridge young people

Location address: Ilford, IG1 1DD
Chosen age group:

Ages: 11 - 18 years

Available tickets:
Child ticket Free
Next date: None - Register your interest
A summary
Learn more about • How UNICEF UK is working with Redbridge to make it a more child-friendly community • Children’s rights as set out in UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) • Putting rights into action in the community • Your role as a child rights activist and/or Child Friendly Redbridge Ambassador Shared space agreement and ways to take part Jeni, from UNIEF, will check with you at the start of the session to make sure we are all clear on how we get the best from the time together, and to make sure it feels enjoyable, safe and accessible for you. This includes different ways that you can take part, including speaking up; listening, contributing to small group discussions and taking part in activities and games, whatever you want to do. Booking your place - the session is open to young people up to the age of 24 with Special Educational Needs If you are new to the Youth Service, you will need to complete the Redbridge Youth Service Registration form
About your mentor
Redbridge Youth Involvement
Working with Redbridge young people
Join the Youth Council and make a difference to your borough Are you: feeling that there is nothing for young people to do? thinking that nobody ever listens to your views? wishing you had more input into what happens in Redbridge? aged between 11 and 19 and living and/or studying in Redbridge? Then come and join the Redbridge Youth Council. Redbridge Youth Council Get involved Join the Youth Council and make a difference to your borough. We want to give young people, aged 11 to 19, in Redbridge a say on the issues that matter to them and a chance to have their voice heard. As a member of the Youth Council, you will get involved in a number of campaigns. Some recent campaigns include raising awareness of mental health in schools, writing guidelines for schools about sexual harassment and looking at raising awareness about gangs and knife culture. You do not have to be elected to be a member of the Youth Council, just come along. We meet at Redbridge Town Hall every Monday evening during term-time. If you’d like to attend please contact us or visit our get involved page. During our sessions we discuss things that matter to you and other young people in Redbridge. We also have guests from various external agencies such as Kooth, Via and CATTs (Cancer Awareness for Teens and Twenties). The meetings are run, with your help, by our MYPs.
Learning aims
Aim 1
To learn more about your rights as a child
Aim 2
To learn more about the Redbridge Ambassadors and how you can get involved
Pricing information
Ticket nameChild ticket
Price£0
InformationEach child attendee must have a ticket
LEARNER REFLECTIONS0 reflections
Where we'll be
128-142 Redbridge Town Hall, High Road, Ilford, Greater London, IG1 1DD
WHAT’S PROVIDED
Snacks
Safety
Enhanced DBS
Basic DBS
Risk Assessment
Public Liability Insurance
Safeguarding Training
First Aid Training
First Aid Kit
Smoke Detector

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Cancellation Policy
We are expecting the training to be oversubscribed - if you are not able to attend, please let us know as soon as possible, so that we can offer the place to someone else. Thank you

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