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Presented by Davina Goodchild, of Youth Action Network. Project presentation. …

Presented by Davina Goodchild, of Youth Action Network. Project presentation.
Project aims:
Capturing youth led, participative volunteering in the West Midlands.
Finding out what’s happening in voluntary and statutory sector – differences? Similarities?
Promoting youth led volunteering to organisations via case studies.
Recruitment and training of West Midlands based young reporters
Can youth action be a ‘stepping stone’ to further empowerment and involvement?

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  • 1. Davina Goodchild CEO
  • 2. Empowering Young people
    • Capturing youth led, participative volunteering in the West Midlands.
    • Finding out what’s happening in voluntary and statutory sector – differences? Similarities?
    • Promoting youth led volunteering to organisations via case studies.
    • Recruitment and training of West Midlands based young reporters
    • Can youth action be a ‘stepping stone’ to further empowerment and involvement?
  • 3.
    • Mukith Miah
    • Member Development Officer
    • Youth Participation
  • 4. ACTIVITIES November – December 2010
    • Recruitment
    • Recruitment from all over England – larger project than just West Midlands.
    • 10 West Midlands volunteers
    • Induction
    • Getting to know each other
    • Project outline
    • Role description
    • Policies and Procedures
  • 5.
    • Training (November, December, January)
      • Teambuilding
      • 9 Principles of youth action
      • Being a reporter and collecting case studies
      • Target setting / Forms / Visits / Supervisions
  • 6.
    • Case Studies (Feb – March and ongoing)
      • Allocating stories
      • Trial and error of format
      • Youth led approach to case studies – to edit or not to edit!?
  • 7.
    • Emma Jarvis
    • Young Reporter
  • 8. The results of the project
  • 9. Lesson Learnt
    • Collecting Case Studies
      • Our experience with Local Authority groups was a steep learning curve.
      • Developing local relationships and building trust.
    • Young People
      • Keeping a group of young people who are geographically spread motivated.
      • Stories of young people involved as interesting (if not more so) than the stories they were reporting on.
      • Editing young people’s words to make them more palatable or suitable for an adult audience.
      • Building in time for ‘practice’ before end product is required – the first pieces written had to be used due to time frames.