A city centre youth homelessness charity has reopened its offices, warning of the significant increase in demand for its services
More young people are experiencing mental health issues as a result of the pandemic, according to Greater Manchester’s Youth Task
A campaign to encourage young people to take up boxing in a bid to keep them away from knife crime
It is no secret that loneliness has reached epidemical proportions in the last decade.
Manchester Central MP Lucy Powell presented awards at the Manchester centre and spoke about the need for certain changes to apprenticeships and further education in general.
Traders aged 16 to 30 will be offering a range of goods to the shopping public, including delicious street food, handmade crafts, artisan treats, vintage clothing and funky own-brand fashion.
A Freedom of Information (FOI) request obtained by Mancunian Matters from GMP revealed that in 2012/13 there were 9,921 charges given to young people whereas last year it had been reduced to 6,776.
‘What message are we sending?’: Manchester youth service urges caution over drug decriminalisation calls
Leading Greater Manchester youth service Early Break is urging caution over new calls to decriminalise drug use in the UK.
‘Empowering teens against extremism’: Manchester youth worker builds app to prevent kids being radicalised
With the rise of ISIS has come a growing fear of our young people being radicalised like Jihadi Jack but a Manchester businesswoman and equality and diversity campaigner might just have the answer with her new app Prevent.
A £2million training centre with in-house accommodation is to be created in Salford for young people with unstable living arrangements.
Churches across Greater Manchester are asking people to come together to bring a little light into the lives of the UK’s most vulnerable children, including victims of child sexual exploitation, this Christmas.