Together with Play England, Participation Works has developed a How To guide aimed at all those involved in designing and developing play spaces for children and young people.
Used graffiti art to talk to children and young people about mental health, tackle stigma about it and think about what gives them good mental health.
Young people designed and ran the events to celebrate the involvement of children young people in the community.
A group of 10 young people produced a film about participation for staff induction or training.
This guide will introduce some practical examples of how to remunerate and reward children and young people.
One Children’s Workforce Framework and Tool consultation – development of activities to enable children, young people and their families to understand integrated services.
Engaging young people in and developing their skills in music-making.
MLA London Youth Programme – Young people worked with museum staff to decide how to develop younger activities and resources and were consulted about how to spend £1000 of funding.
Future Proof Garden – young people led a project to transform a derelict green space for the benefit of their school, while mentoring pupils with learning and / or behavioural difficulties.
Bright Ideas - worked with 30 young people with learning disabilities to make a film about their chosen issue-based topic, giving them a voice and developing their media skills.
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