Entries by Paul Anderson

Parents Open Space sessions – Hackney

Voyage is proud to support Hackney’s work improving access and removing barriers to services ran or delivered by Hackney Council? Hackney Council and Hackney CVS are seeking vocal BAME parents from the Borough to contribute to their Parents Open Space sessions exploring the issues that will be presented to a top team of Council officers and councillors to action. […]

A MANIFESTO FOR RACE EQUALITY IN BRITAIN

Britain is at a crossroads on race equality, Brexit, immigration and identity. A coalition of race equality organisations has drawn up a plan to put fairness and equal life chances for Britain’s Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities. So that we can all face future challenges together, equally. Its great to read OBV have just published […]

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Can you support the grime4corbyn Event?

There is a special party taking place this Saturday 3rd June 2017 in Tottenham to lever support for the Labour Party. Voyage is excited to be invited to support this event by sharing the news, building wider awareness of the campaign and recruiting some young people to volunteers. For more just click here See you there. […]

Voyage Launches Horizons Plus

With the kind support of the City Bridge Trust Voyage is proud to launch its new 10 week day release cognitive programme which has been enhanced with accredited skills training and supportive one to one and group mentoring. Horizons Plus will be delivered in partnership with Hackney Community College and has been especially designed for BAME young […]

Dr Leroy Logan MBE – Enough is enough

Our chair Dr Leroy Logan MBE attended a street march organised by parents this Saturday which started in Islington and ended in Hackney Town Hall. The march attended by well over 2000 people was a reminder about the life lost to knife crime and a plea to politicians to do more to help solve the problem. Invest in […]

Big thanks for Pure Yinkz & Uncle D

On Saturday 25th February the South Hackney Leadership Academy was honoured to host Pure Yinkz and Uncle D engaging our young people in a range of educational and thinking activities. 2 truths and 1 lie was a great game which lead to a discussion regarding how they got into the media industry. They also spoke to the young people […]

Big thanks to Battersea Dogs & Cats

Saturday 25st March, the South Hackney Leadership Academy was happy to host a range of amazing activities. The young people engaged in a session with Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, the workshop focused on providing the young people with education regarding dogs and taking part in a range of activities. They were also able to […]

Youth Round Table – Ubuntu in Action

Voyage is proud to announce its support for a dynamic programme called The Ubuntu Police-Youth Roundtable. This is an innovative new project developed in partnership by the Tutu Foundation and Youth Futures and funded by the Mayors Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) and the Sir John Cass Foundation. Their mission is to improve relations between the […]

Mystery Shopper with Business in the community

Voyage is proud to announce its new partnership with Business In The Community (BITC) who have agreed to run a series of fun mystery shopper events for our young people. These online mystery shopper events are designed to give young people the opportunity to feed back to employers about their websites and job adverts. The […]

Street Doctors 1st Aid Training

The South Hackney Leadership Academy hosted the amazing Street Doctors Stepwise programme over two days in Hackney. Young people learnt about how they can help someone who is bleeding, how to assist if someone is concussed and in shock. The workshops focused on real life case studies and young people found it shocking to hear […]