Andy Burnham will introduce an online event this week which seeks to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs in Greater
Jobs crisis: Young people expected to be hit hardest with 2 million set to be unemployed or not in training
It is estimated that in the coming months there will be around 2 million young people who will be unemployed or not in further education or training, commonly known as NEETs
A youth social action charity is looking for inspirational young adults to help transform the lives of children in Greater Manchester.
A team of healthcare professionals are stepping out of the clinic and into the spotlight to raise awareness of young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Self-harm is putting significantly more young people in hospital in Greater Manchester than in the rest of the country, new figures reveal.
Young people from all over the UK will congregate in Manchester for the country’s only National Youth Market to be staged in the city this weekend.
British Cycling last week decided to review changes to the BMX youth competition structure proposed at the start of the month following criticism from several corners of the cycling community.
Young Mancunians who’ve upped sticks and left their family home aren’t prepared for the reality of life without the parental ‘safety net’.
Young people are being urged to quiz election candidates in Manchester during a series of political debates at the People’s History Museum.
Brother’s Day, an urban crime drama about Manchester gangland culture, aims to make young people think twice before joining a gang.
Moss Side’s Hideaway Youth Project witnesses ‘the first steps towards building unbreakable communities and families’ as Black Lives Matter speakers and supporters turned out in droves for the Manchester stint of the Ferguson Solidarity Tour.