Key messages from the Youth Summit: Spotlight

The attached 'Spotlight' briefing outlines the key messages that came out of the Youth Summit 2007. You can find a detailed record of many of the workshops and presentations that took place at the Youth Summit by browsing the rest of this website.
Added by tim at 09/13/2007 - 14:40

Youth Summit Every Child Matters workshop summary

The five workshops involving young people and a range of policy makers and practitioners were a highlight of this two day event. Here is the report from the workshops, giving a rich amount of information
Added by billb at 10/16/2007 - 16:34

NYA calls for a ban on Mosquito devices

The National Youth Agency's spotlight briefing from the Youth Summit calls for Mosquito devices to be banned. Young people at the Youth Summit strongly condemned the use of the devices which emit a high pitch noise only audible to young people - and which are intended to drive young people away from congregating where the devices are installed. Participants at the Youth Summit spoke of the need for a campaign against the devices. Human Rights campaign group Liberty have expressed concern that the devices violate young people's Human Rights.
Added by tim at 09/13/2007 - 14:48

Participation Works

Participation Works- Supporting the Third Sector to Develop Participation Participation Works is a consortium of organizations committed to children and young people’s participation. We offer support to third sector organisations, enabling them to effectively involve children young people in the development, delivery and evaluation of services, which affect their lives. PWNE
Added by claireg at 07/13/2007 - 15:43


Well id just like to say i enjoyed every second of The Youth Summit 2007 I met some very nice and interesting people,and people i already knew i got to know even more.Yvonne and Stephen were so supportive throughout and id just like say Thankyou.
Added by The_Living_Terr... at 07/12/2007 - 22:30

Youth Summit Ten Commandments - from Bishop Roger

At the closing of the Youth Summit - Chair of the NYA, Bishop Roger Sainsbury set out his 'Ten Commandments' for those at the Youth Summit. We've managed to track down a copy of them here... YOUTH SUMMIT TEN COMMANDMENTS Do not demonize or use young people as scapegoats for the social ills of society. Do not be afraid of speaking out about the value of good youth work. Establish entitlement for all young people to good quality youth services.
Added by tim at 07/10/2007 - 19:17

Can you help me find the young advisors from devon???

can you help me find out where i can get into contact with they young advisors from devon their names are Robbie,Aiden,and Steven please they seemed really cool and i would like to get to know them plus robbie was really fit and added bonus but please help me! melx
Added by agirlsmystery at 07/05/2007 - 11:12

Righting wrongs - the implications of adopting the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Check out the Rights Stuff link where we have added presentations, briefings, a quiz and other resources for you on the Convention on the Rights of the Child  
Added by billb at 06/29/2007 - 15:20

Youth Summit Live: Summary

The Youth Summit has been a great success for all those who attended, bringing together practitioners, policy makers and young people to discuss the key issues affecting the implementation of the Government’s ten-year strategy for children and young people. A wealth of ideas, debate and dialogue were generated, the most relevant of which have been captured as video interviews, podcasts, powerpoints and transcripts downloadable from this website. We will ensure it informs our work as we move forward and hope you find it valuable as well.
Added by tim at 06/28/2007 - 11:26

Darshana's Spiritual Area 2

Dear Darshana Life may not always go as planned one day you might be happy and another sad. One day you laugh joke and be happy and the very next you cry sulk and go through severe pain. You see I have this friend she is one of my best friends we usto have the best time togetherPlaying laughing and making up jokes. After a year of being best friends she just suddenly changes and starts acting like a big bad bully I don't know what to do. You are my last hope please tell me how to deal with this situation. My advice
Added by XtroblemakerX at 06/27/2007 - 19:51
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