Children, Young People & Families

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The VCS offer a range of services to children, young people and families (CYP&F). This section brings together news, best practice and resources on this CYP&F.

EMVY Forum - Young People, Employment and Enterprise

Date: 
Thursday, 3 July, 2014 - 12:00 to 16:00

The purpose of this event is to analyse the current state of play in relation to youth employment and unemployment, the direction of travel in policy and interventions and the role that the VCS can play in achieving positive outcomes.

EMVY Network Forum Event 2013: Young People and Health – Post event page

Taking place in Nottingham on Wednesday 23 October and attracting over 50 delegates, the 2013 EMVY Network Forum Event focused on young people and health.

EMVY Network members

Please find below a list of organisations who are members of the EMVY Network and, where available, links to their websites. If you notice any errors on this list, please email emvy@one-em.org.uk.

For further information on the EMVY Network, including its free membership scheme, click here.

East Midlands Voluntary Youth (EMVY)

Since 2013, One East Midlands has coordinated the East Midlands Voluntary Youth Network. Formed in 2000 by voluntary youth groups and networks across the region, EMVY is an inclusive and diverse network for the voluntary youth sector, providing strategic support, influence and advocacy at a regional level.

Who’s Who in the Government - children, young people and families

Children & Young People Now have produced a guide to Who's Who on children's, young people's and families' policy in the Government.

Prime Minister creates taskforces to drive childcare and troubled families reforms

Efforts to increase provision of free childcare and expand the troubled families initiative will be monitored by new taskforces, the government has announced.

200% increase in ChildLine counselling sessions about exam stress last year

ChildLine is reminding young people that help is available if they feel anxious or worried about exams. 

Further fall in number of first-time young offenders

The number of young people convicted for an offence for the first time is continuing to fall, recent Ministry of Justice figures have revealed.

Make a Noise about Bullying

The Anti-Bullying Alliance, hosted by the National Children’s Bureau, has announced the launch of the official Anti-Bullying Week video at One Direction’s On the Road Again tour in Cardiff.

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