Caerphilly Youth Forum are hosting a Theatre Fforwm event to celebrate Children’s Rights Day on 19th November.
Carmarthenshire’s Annual Youth Conference is approaching and to celebrate Anti-bullying Week 2015, this year’s conference theme is BULLYING! Come and join us on Wednesday 18th November 2015 at Parc Y Scarlets, Llanelli, it is open to all young people aged 11 – 25 years old from Carmarthenshire.
10am until 3.00pm on Saturday 11th July 2015
Old Library, The Hayes, Cardiff
Young people chose anti-bullying and hate crime as a priority for Young Wales and a result we are setting up a young people’s anti bullying and hate crime network starting with an “Ideas Workshop” to explore the key issues. This network will have direct links to the Welsh Government All Wales Anti Bullying Leadership Group and will be supported by members of the Children in Wales Preventing Bullying Behaviour Group.
Young Wales would like to work with upto 20 young people (11-25 year olds) and are offering places to your young people first. We would like to see 2 young people from each forum or organisation at the Ideas Workshop.
With Hate Crime and Anti-Bullying a priority for Young Wales, we will be working closely with the Welsh Government ahead of Anti-Bullying Week in November. Help us decide on our focus through this short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CY58MDS
Young Wales launched on Friday 27th March with young people from forums across Wales meeting in Newtown to decide their priorities for the year. The day was challenging but positive with young people sharing why particular issues were important to them and their forum. Under the direction of the group we combined some of the topics together before they finalised the six topics as follows: