Partnership for Young London has teamed up with expert Colin Falconer of InspireChilli to facilitate three interactive workshops for organisations who want to develop and lead assets together. The workshops will introduce a common understanding of asset-based thinking; explore its potential in different contexts of practice and influence; and develop a shared knowledge and commitment for championing asset-based action in London.
2th October, 2pm-6pm
14th November, 2pm-6pm
12th December, 2pm-6pm
Partnership for Young London, Guildhall North Wing, London, EC2V 7HH
How can an asset-based approach contribute to a positive vision for young london? Join the Partnership for Young London in a series of three workshops over October to December to learn more. Asset-based approaches in the youth sector have gained an increased spotlight through Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s Youth Fund, initiatives such as Foyer Federation’s TrustYouth, and the popular growth of social action. More than just a focus on working positively with individuals and communities, asset-based thinking can help us shape sustainable changes to the system by which our society and sector works with and for young people.
The sessions will be informative and collaborative, with a focus on leadership.
For further information, contact Zoe Nation on Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk
How to engage young people within youth work provision using sport and physical activity?
Youth Focus: North East (YFNE) in partnership with Sported is hosting a free Sector Connector workshop in Gateshead and Middlesbrough. The workshop will explore how youth work organisations can better engage with, and understand, the role of sport for their work with young people.
Monday, 25th September2017, 10am-1pm
Youth Focus: North East, Suite 6, New Century House, West Street, Gateshead, NE8 1HR
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Friday, 29th September2017, 10am-1pm
Youth Focus: North East, Craft Centre, 57 Gilkes Street, Middlesbrough, TS1 5EL
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Early booking is advisable as each workshop is limited to a maximum of 20 places. The workshop will enable participants to:
For further information contact Kevin Franks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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