Youthwise Activities Archive
WHO YC Webinar - An Active Future
The WHO ‘An Active Future’ webinar was an extraordinary effort of challenges in developing, selecting and realising the global and diverse reflection of young leaders who have a passion for sport, art, culture and digital activity in the lives of their fellow global citizens.
Black Historywise @ Znaniye Foundation
The Youth Charter launched its Black Historywise Education Pack as part of the Black History Month (BHM), supporting the campaign to deliver the Black Curriculum throughout the school year and not just for one month of the year.
Youthwise workshop with Equip Boys Summer School in East London
The Youth Charter delivered a Youthwise workshop with young people attending the Equip Boys Summer School in East London.
Aliwise Digital Learning
Students from UTC Docklands have been producing an interactive Aliwise Digital Learning experience.
Karatewise - Fight for the Streets
The Kartatewise session was delivered with young people from Barking KDF Hombu by YC Chair and Founder Geoff Thompson
Soccerwise Kit Donation
A Soccerwise Kit Donation was made to Abang Ashu Sports Academy in Cameroon in 2018
Newham Youth Commission
Throughout 2019 the Youth Charter contributed to the Newham Youth Commission with YC Founder and Chair, Professor Geoff Thompson MBE FRSA DL, co-chairing the commission.
Model CHOGM Manchester
The Model CHOGM Manchester was an excellent opportunity for young Global Citizens to be engaged, equipped and empowered through debate, discussion and lobbying about issues that are impacting on all the youth and communities of our 21st Century Global Society.
Combatwise Equipment Donation
The Youth Charter was provided with boxing and combat sport equipment by Why Sports, which we redistributed to 5 junior combat sport clubs working with 280 children and young people in Salford and Trafford.
The Youthwise Workshop was delivered with delivered pupils at Manchester Grammar School
Newham’s Youth Movement’s ‘Addressing Safety through Active Participation’ (ASAP) Conference
The Newham’s Youth Movement’s ‘Addressing Safety through Active Participation’ (ASAP) Conference providing the opportunity for Young People to discuss their experiences of crime and youth violence about to develop ideas for addressing the issue
YC Chair, Geoff Thompson, helped to judge the Salford Hackathon organised by FACT Salford
CBBC Summer Social FREE Schools Event
The Youth Charter, in collaboration with CBBC, invited schools to participate in a FREE Schools preview event to the annual CBBC Summer Social Festival which was held on the piazza at MediaCityUK on the 7th – 9th July 2017.
Ajman Sport Activity Camp
The Ajman Sport Activity Camp was delivered at Ajman University, United Arab Emirates
Let's Talk Youth - Trafford
Let's Talk Youth conference provided a voice to Young People in Trafford following the murder of Rhyan Wilson, 18, a close of friend of the Thompson Family.
Youth Consultation for Andy Burnham bid for Mayor of Greater Manchester
The Youth Charter help to organise and deliver Andy Burnham's Youth Consultation for his Manifesto and bid to be Mayor of Greater Manchester
Ali Memorial event Manchester
The Ali Memorial event was organised Youth on Solid Ground for young people to be inspired by the achievements of Muhammad "The Greatest" Ali
YC 2016 Games Legacy Debate
The Youth Charter’s four-year Games Legacy consultation culminated in the #legacyopportunity4all debate at UTC@MediaCityUK.
Combatwise - Sportivate
Combatwise was delivered funding from Sportivate as part of the Birley Community Campus
Oasis Academy Fun Run & Soccerwise Sessions
The Oasis Academy Fun Run & Soccerwise Sessions were planned and delivered at the request of pupils from Oasis Academy MediaCityUK
YC 2012 Games Legacy Debate
The Youth Charter’s held its first Games Legacy #legacyopportunity4all Debate at University of Salford @ MediaCityUK, building on its 19 years of Games Legacy since the Manchester 2000 Olympic bid and the hosting of the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games.
Malbank Gameswise 2012
The Youth Charter delivered a Gameswise 2012 programme with Malbank High School and Sixth Form College between 2009 and 2012, including Olympic Enrichments Days and the opening of an Olympic Boulevard, in the run up to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Carbonwise Eco Schools Project
The Youth Charter Citizenship in Action Carbonwise Project, supported by Defra, RFU, Encams and Land Securities Trillium came to a conclusion at the BBC’s Salford Bus Tour event and presentation held at the Imperial War Museum on Tuesday 23rd September 2008.
Spirit of the Streets tour of South Africa
As a culmination of the Youth Charter’s Anglo youth culture initiative programme, 17 young people from challenging backgrounds and communities of Greater Manchester were selected to participate in the “Spirit of the Streets” Tour of South Africa.
Manchester 2002 Connecting Communities
With the support of a unique multi agency and community volunteer effort, the Youth Charter Connecting Communities Programme delivered a three-day programme that saw 100 young people representing ten communities, resulting in 1000 young citizens visiting Manchester for the 2002 Commonwealth Games.