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Youth Charter Gala Dinner

The Youth Charter Gala Dinner was sponsored by the Ballymore Group and held at The AcerlorOrbitt in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where we launched our National and Global Call 2 Actions and raising over £20,000 to support the delivery of the Call 2 Actions.

The Youth Charter ‘Call2Action’ and ‘LegacyOpportunity4All’ explained. Launched in 2019 at the Youth Charter Gala Dinner held at the Orbit, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London.
Youth Charter Gala Dinnner...
 

The Model CHOGM Manchester provided students from schools in Greater Manchester with the opportunity to learn about the Commonwealth, its politics, history and much more.

The Model CHOGM Manchester event included: 7 Schools; 60 Pupils; 14 Teachers; 12 Event Staff, Volunteers and Guests.

YC Model CHOGM Manchester
YC Model CHOGM Manchester
 

The Youth Charter, in collaboration with CBBC, invited schools to participate in a FREE Schools preview event to the annual CBBC Summer Social Festival which was held on the piazza at MediaCityUK on the 7th – 9th July 2017. 

The Youth Charter invited: 17 schools; 680 pupils; and 70 staff, to participated in the CBBC Summer Social FREE Schools event. The event included: CBBC Zone with activities related CBBC Programming; Learning with University of Salford; Football with MUFC Foundation; Rugby with Toronto Wolfpack; Sport with University of Salford.

 

The Youth Charter’s four-year Games Legacy consultation culminated in the #legacyopportunity4all debate at UTC@MediaCityUK.

Following the London 2012 Games Legacy Pledge to ‘Inspire a Generation’, the Youth Charter hosted the 2012 Games Legacy Debate, bringing together young people from Greater Manchester face to face with a panel representing sport, arts, education and business. The chair was the Rt. Hon John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons. The discussion centred on how a ‘legacy opportunity 4 all’ could be truly equitably diverse and inclusive. Pupils and students from UTC@MediaCityUK were supported by the Youth Charter in the planning and delivery of the debate. A further seven schools and colleges participated in the debate. Prior to the delivery of the debate a Youth Charter 2016 Games Legacy Debate Survey was completed by 863 pupils and students from 10 schools, colleges and university from the North West of England.

 

The Youth Charter’s held its first Games Legacy #legacyopportunity4all Debate at University of Salford @ MediaCityUK, building on its 19 years of Games Legacy since the Manchester 2000 Olympic bid and the hosting of the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games. 

Following the London 2012 Games Legacy Pledge to ‘Inspire a Generation’, the Youth Charter hosted the 2012 Games Legacy Debate, bringing together young people from Greater Manchester face to face with a panel representing sport, arts, education and business. The chair was the Rt. Hon John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons. The discussion centred on how a ‘legacy opportunity 4 all’ could be truly equitably diverse and inclusive.

 

Address

Youth Charter Dame Mary Glen Haig Office of

Sport for Development and Peace,

London Stadium Learning, London Stadium, 

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, E20 2ST

United Kingdom

Telephone  

+44 (0) 7904 339 935

Email          

contact@youthcharter.org

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Charitable Incorporated Organisation

1191785

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Non Governmental Organisation

© 2021 Youth Charter

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Honorary Life President

The Late Dame Mary Glen Haig DBE*

Former Presidents

The Late Gerald Grosvenor, 6th Duke of Westminster KG, CB, CVO, OBE, TD

The Late Lord Terry Thomas CBE

Founder and Chair

Prof. Geoff Thompson MBE FRSA DL

*In Perpetuity

Vice Presidents

Sir Bobby Charlton CBE

Pearly Gates

Judge Goldstone

Sir Alex Ferguson CBE

Sir Clive Lloyd CBE

Judge Gabrielle Kirk McDonald

Lord Herman Ouseley

Sir Steve Redgrave CBE

Dame Sarah Storey DBE

Lemn Sissay MBE

Sir Rodney Walker

Frank Warren

Trustees

Elaine Banton

Mark Barratt

Alison Burchell

Juliet Donoghue

Nadine Dyer

Peter Ibsen

Phil McCauley

Prof. Geoff Thompson MBE FRSA DL

Chris Sayers

Ronnie Todd