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Think Project challenges racist attitudes and misconceptions about immigration among young people.

Programme equips school staff with skills to provide early support to vulnerable children and families.

How dance inspires disengaged teens

By Emily Rogers |

28 April 2015

Keighley project helps disengaged or socially excluded teenagers get their lives back on track.

How young people learn how to move on after CSE

By Emily Rogers |

28 April 2015

Outreach workers support vulnerable young people who have experienced, or are at risk of, sexual exploitation to improve their life chances.

Programme boosts the aspirations of disadvantaged or homeless 17- to 21-year-olds and help them to turn their lives around.

How children challenge body image issues

By Emily Rogers |

14 April 2015

Project reduces negative body image issues among primary schoolchildren and increases their self-esteem.

Creative Pathways helps disengaged 16- to 19-year-olds into education, employment or training by developing their skills in creative industries.

How children recover from past domestic abuse

By Emily Rogers |

31 March 2015

Project helps children who have experienced domestic abuse recover and move on.

How course reduces risk of offending behaviour

By Emily Rogers |

17 March 2015

Project improves outcomes for 14- to 25-year-olds with learning or communication difficulties involved in or at risk of offending.

Early years project ensures children are ready for school.