Youth Charter News
A Youth Charter Global Message...
The UN Sport for Development and Peace Day is now a permanent fixture on the annual global calendar marking the now established movement that sees sport provide social and human hope and opportunity in the cultural, economic and even political improvement in the lives of young people and communities.
Barking & Dagenham Community Campus Launched
The Youth Charter has teamed up with Barking & Dagenham Council to provide an innovative and exciting one-stop digital platform for organisations working with young people and communities to provide networking, leadership of sport, art, culture and digital activities and re-engage all those who have been affected during the pandemic.
Carbonwise article for Unlock Net Zero by YC Chair Prof. Geoff Thompson MBE FRSA DL
The ongoing issues and challenges of climate change, carbon zero footprint, the language, the culture and the societal changes that are now required for future generations have never been more critical in these uncertain and challenging times.
Global sports stars back the ‘Lloyd Cowan Bursary’ to support the next generation of UK athletes
Sprint legend Usain Bolt, London 2012 Olympic heptathlon champion, Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill and Britain's fastest woman, Dina Asher-Smith, are amongst the track and field superstars supporting the launch of the 'Lloyd Cowan Bursary'.
Mandela Mile Leadership Programme workshop
The Youth Charter delivered a second Mandela Mile Leadership Programme "Being a Leader - Living our Values" workshop with 30 young leaders from around the world.
Sport 4 Impact - Sport as a Vehicle for Social Impact
Youth Charter founder and chair, Prof. Geoff Thompson MBE FRSA DL, presents the Global Call 2 Action to "Sport 4 Impact - Sport as a Vehicle for Social Impact" a Global Multi Stakeholder Forum.
YC 2020 Annual Report
2020 has seen the Youth Charter experience an unprecedented year of extraordinary and historical moments in time that leaves us with much to reflect, review and consider.
Youth Charter Calls for a '#LegacyOpportunity4 All' on its 28th Anniversary...
Today not only marks a year since the first national lock down, but also the 28th Anniversary of the Youth Charter. After three decades of hard work, this International Charity and United Nations NGO maintains the same drive and focus that the organisation had when it was launched 28 years ago. But, as Founder & Chair of the Youth Charter, Geoff Thompson points out, "although we note 28 years of our work, a unified and coordinated Action Plan is as vital as ever. We must continue to address the youth disaffection and disadvantage that still provokes gang-related violence and loss of life on the nation’s streets and communities to provide a #LegacyOpportunity4All"
Youth Charter New Year Message...
As we face on-going uncertainty in the lives of young people and communities and in particular those of disadvantage and disaffection, the Youth Charter continues to plan, prepare and present hope and opportunity for the days, weeks and months that lie ahead.