YES members receive training and support to co-produce their own projects based on relevant safeguarding topics which young people may face.
As well as knowing you will make a difference, you can develop your own skills and confidence in areas such as public speaking, creating & planning workshops, peer on peer delivery as well as exploring creative skills such as photography, film making, editing, music and more. We ensure that members receive full recognition and reward for their efforts.
Members of YES also have the opportunity of informing professionals and decision makers to ensure young people’s needs are understood and services are there to offer the right kind of support and guidance.
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what is next for yes?
YES group are currently working on the topic ‘Peer on Peer Violence’ focusing on knife crime. They are in the creative process currently story boarding and coming up with the idea of an interactive workshop which will encourage young people to think about choice and consequence, as well as exploring different strategies which may help prevent finding themselves in difficult or dangerous situations.
If you are interested in making a difference to yours & other young people’s lives and becoming part of YES Group… Details of when & where are below;
- Monday evenings at Westside Young Peoples Centre 5.30pm – 8pm
Contact us if you would like to come along and check it out!