We will be concluding unit 2 Working for Safer Cities; with a session on Understanding the use of Media.

This session focuses on examining the media especially music and film in relation to youth culture and its impact on youth culture.

Please be aware that we have changed the dates of the programme which can be seen below,

If you wish to contact us please see our email and numbers below:

Email: esther@voyageyouth.com

Phone: 02074138343

Mobile phone: 07932539050

Below are all the dates for the Young Leaders for Safer Cities sessions

Unit 2/3: Understanding the use of Media

Compulsory for all Young people

Wednesday 30th May

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Catch Up/Unit 3 Problem Solving

Compulsory for all Young people

Saturday 9th June

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Unit 3: Problem-Solving

Compulsory for all Young people

Saturday 16th June

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Unit 4: Presentation skills

Compulsory for all Young people

Saturday 23rd June

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Graduation Friday 20th July

 

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Voyage Privacy Policy

Last Updated 01/05/2018

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Unit 2 Working for Safer Cities; will be continuing with a Stop & Search session.

Our tutor David Okoro will be delivering a workshop, which empowers young people by informing young people of their rights, and the correct code of conduct police officers should be following.

If you wish to contact us please see our email and numbers below:

Email: esther@voyageyouth.com

Phone: 02074138343

Mobile phone: 07932539050

Below are all the dates for the Young Leaders for Safer Cities sessions

Unit 2: Stop and search Saturday 19th May9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Unit2/3: Understanding the use of Media Wednesday 30th May9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Catch Up Saturday 9th June9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Unit 3: Problem-Solving Saturday 16th June9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Unit4: Presentation skills Saturday 23rd June9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Graduation Friday 20th July

It gives me the greatest pleasure to update you about Donata Miller.

Donata is a graduate of Voyage Young Leaders For Safer Cities Programme (YLFSC). Since joining our programme in 2014 Donata has gone on to do amazing things with amazing people, places and organisations. Donata also features as a guest contributor to our articles when she went on a study placement to China and learnt Mandarin.

Donata is a totally selfless person helping us at graduations, assisting our events and now look she is the curator at the London Transport Museum. Well done Donata, we look forward to you becoming an artistic director and of course coming back to Voyage to continue to inspire our young leaders. Click here for more about Donata.

Stay blessed.

    

The South Hackney Leadership Academy (SHLA) is back!

We will be relaunching the programme on Saturday 19th of May from 1:00 pm till 4:00 pm at Hackney Community College, Shoreditch.

We have redesigned SHLA to best fit you:

The SHLA is an educationally empowering and progression oriented programme. Its activities use culture and education to inspire measurable outcomes. The annual calendar of the SHLA consists of the following elements:

The SHLA is a subsided program meaning there will cost for joining the program.

The program so far is scheduled to take place bi-weekly on the following dates:

  • Saturday 19th May 2018
  • Saturday 9th June 2018
  • Saturday 30th June 2018
  • Saturday 14th July 2018 

The SHLA also includes a 2-week Summer Scheme, which takes place from Monday to Friday from Monday 6th August – Friday 18th August with a BBQ on Saturday 19th August 2018 of which you can expect more information closer to the time.

The SHLA hopes to provide each young person with equal access to opportunities as well as a sense of leadership and awareness that makes them recognisably unique from other young people around.

For any further questions please do not hesitate to contact me at ajoa@voyageyouth.com

Or call the office on either 02076138343 / 07932539050 where I or another member of the team will be able to assist you with your query.

 

Please fill in the contact form below in order confirm you will be attending the Re-Launch

ARE YOU WAITING TO RECEIVE A RESULT OR DECISION?

In partnership with Flicker Productions, we are currently looking for a past graduate from the Young Leaders for Safer Cities Programme to take apart in an exciting prime time television opportunity!

Flicker productions are currently in the progress of producing a television programme called: The Day That Changed My Life for BBC one.

Are you awaiting news that is potentially life-changing? From a University application, a job interview, to exam results?

If so, Flicker productions would want to film ‘a day in the life’ with you. Whether that is at your home, somewhere you love to go and enjoy their favourite hobby. They are interested to see how this life-changing result will affect your life after you receive it.

You will need to be available to film roughly for 2 days, which don’t have to be consecutive.

There is a very quick turnaround as they need to finish filming by the 31st of May.

If you are available or interested:

Please email: Casting@Flickerproductions.tv

Please get back to us ASAP!

We will be starting Unit 2 of the Young Leaders for Safer Cities programme: Working for Safer Cities, this Saturdays focus will be on violent crime

Street Doctors will be delivering a workshop on the physical effects of violence on the body, specifically focusing on stab wounds and the loss of blood and Operation Trident will be presenting, detailing how violent crime can be prevented and reported in the community.

If you wish to contact us please see our email and numbers below:

Email: esther@voyageyouth.com

Phone: 02074138343

Mobile phone: 07932539050

Below are all the dates for the Young Leaders for Safer Cities sessions

Unit 2: Violent crime Saturday 5th May

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Unit 2: Stop and search Saturday 19th May

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Unit2/3: Understanding the use of Media Wednesday 30th May

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Catch Up Saturday 9th June

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Unit 3: Problem-Solving Saturday 16th June

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Unit4: Presentation skills Saturday 23rd June

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Graduation Friday 20th July