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Young Wales Cardiff

CYC is a network for young people in Cardiff aged between 11 – 25. It aims to empower young people to voice their ideas, opinions and solutions on issues that are important to them, share experiences and bring about positive change.

CYC is made up of young people from all communities and new people are always welcome.

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Cardiff CYC                 Youth Service           Youth work, works!

 

Read CYC's Shout Out

Shout Out Dec Feb 2017 Final 1   Cardiff Youth Service digital hustings shout out  CYC Shout Out Jan March 2016
  Dec 16- Feb 17     MAY 2016          JAN - MAR 2016

 SHOUT OUT Oct Dec 2015 1July Sept 2015 1 Apr June 2015 lr 1Stuttgart special 2 1     
OCT - DEC 2015  JUL-Sep 2015    APR-JUN 2015  sPECIAL EDITION     

Election film

CYC election film

Cuts affect You[th]

Cardiff Youth Council led the Cuts Against You[TH] campaign arguing successfully that a failure to invest in young people now is a failure to invest in the future of Cardiff.

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harks Don't Sleep: Can't Cut the Youth        Cuts Affect You[TH]                                  Campaign film        

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@The Buzz                                         @Riverside                                              Cuts Against You[th] demonstration

Children's Rights

A short film capturing the fantastic Cardiff Youth Council event organised by members of the youth council to celebrate the United Nations Human Rights Day
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Young carers

A short film by Cardiff Youth Council on what it's like to be a young carer in Cardiff

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Cardiff Youth Councl PSE survey

This is the summary of the key findings from Cardiff Youth Councils Curriculum 4 Life online survey. It was completed as part of the annual priorities as set out by over 2200 young people

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YOUNG WALES FILM

Young Wales launched on Friday 27th March with young people from forums across Wales meeting in Newtown to decide their priorities for the year.

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