Black Youth Achievements Finalists 2016
The BYA Awards aims to recognise, reward and promote the positive actions and accomplishments of young black people throughout the United Kingdom. The event will be held on the 26th November 2016.
Thank you to the judges for our nomination!
Come and have your say about health services young people 11-18. Were holding a ‘Sister Figure’ workshop focused on young womens health and wellbeing during half term.The well-being practitioners will deliver short therapeutic head massage sessions and spoken word artist will engage with the participants on the sensitive issues of teenage pregnancy, sexual health.
We will be working in small focus groups, giving the NHS and external speakers the opportunity to hear first hand information in groups and to receive one-to-one feedback on the level and types of services needed and being accessed within young people in the Borough.
Words by Emilia Gill – JAGS Researcher
This year JAGs Foundation will be speaking at Street Doctors Conference on the 28th October in Birmingham. They work to educate young people on how to provide simple first aid in order to prevent fatal injuries. They have taught life skills to just under 2,000 people.
Celebration of Life event – 20th November
Join us on the evening of Sunday 20th November to remember all the young lives lost to youth on youth violence. WE come together through live music, talented young performers, singers, spoken words and much more. It will be a fun filled evening with raffle prizes and much more.
Book your early tickets today using the link :