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Hearing Unheard Voices project
UK Youth’s Hearing Unheard Voices project (HUV) ran from 2009-2012. The project supported young people’s right to have their voices heard within their communities. A range of materials is available for review and download:
Hearing Unheard Voices full report
UK Youth’s Hearing Unheard Voices project (HUV) supported young people’s right to have their voices heard within their communities. This report provides a comprehensive overview of the UK Youth Project, 2009-2012.
Celebrating young campaigners
A report on the Hearing Unheard Voices Young Campaigners Awards
Hearing Unheard Voices summary report
UK Youth’s Hearing Unheard Voices project (HUV) supported young people’s right to have their voices heard within their communities. The project is summarised in the report Right in principle, powerful in practice.
Youth-led projects make their bids
53 youth-led projects have pitched their ideas to panels of judges, in their bids for funding from Starbucks Youth Action.
Creating young-people-friendly health services
The government’s ideas for making health services more welcoming to young people receive support from UK Youth’s own young consultants.
Young campaigners featured
A short report on UK Youth’s project supporting young campaigners – Hearing Unheard Voices (HUV) – is available for download.
Mental health advice – by young people for young people
With support from Starbucks Youth Action, young people have produced a mental health booklet, designed to challenge and change attitudes.
Priorities for well-being and a ‘good childhood’
The research for Children’s Society’s Good Childhood Report 2012 points toward the essentials for wellbeing amongst children and young people.
Education and recreation hand in hand
Supported by Think Big, Marie Perryman is on a mission to inspire young people to form their own community homework clubs.