The Diana Awards recognise young people aged 9-18 and are now providing ambassador, mentoring and volunteering opportunities.
The programme helps young parents, young parents-to-be and workers and volunteers to explore the impact of young parenthood on personal development.
NCB has a blog, which is a chance for people who work with and for NCB to have a say on the matters which are important to them. We would really like to encourage young people to write for the blog so get in touch if you are interested!
Learn how to stand out from the interview crowd at UK Youth’s Roots to Routes conference
A new consumer champion for health and social care - Healthwatch - has been created in order to help you influence what local health and social care services are available and who delivers them.
Following on from the success of last year’s competition, the 9/11 London Project is once again offering students the chance to win a trip to New York this September to include a visit to the 9/11 Memorial.
BYC International are looking for young bloggers to write for the new European youth website OurSpace: www.joinourspace.eu
Wired4Music is a collective of young people ages 13-25 creating and engaging with music across London.
FutureYou helps 14-25 year olds overcome barriers that stop them from getting into education, employment or training, or make it difficult for them to stay there.
The Anti-Bullying Ambassadors programme trains young people across the UK to be anti-bullying ambassadors in their schools and communities.
BYC has twenty O2 Think Big grants (of £300 each) that need to be applied for before 1st October 2012.
Fixers, which is funded by the Big Lottery, helps young people aged 16-25 take on any issues that matter to them and help them find a creative way to do something about it and make positive change.
Do you want to get involved in the exciting, fast-moving world of British politics? Are you interested in journalism and aged 14 to 18?
How will you be celebrating the start of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games?
The Young People’s Education and Skills team have launched a new blog aimed at young people aged 14-19 to allow them to give their views and opinions on key areas of education.
Blue Dot provides daily offers for good people.
National Children’s Bureau is recruiting eight young people aged 13 to 17 (up to 25 for disabled young people) to train as media spokespeople for our work campaigning for warmer homes, lower fuel bills and better energy efficiency.
Young NCB are doing a weekly poll around topics of interest to children and young people. Every week we will be giving Young NCB members who answer the poll the chance to win a £10 Odeon voucher.
Wanted! Young people for All Party Parliamentary Group for Looked After Children and Care Leavers - for young people aged 16+ who live in or can travel to London.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) wants to involve children and young people more in their work. They are arranging a workshop to get ideas from a range of people who are already doing work where children and young people are involved.
Young NCB will be conducting weekly polls to find out about different issues which are important to children and young people.
Are you and your friends aged 16-25 and needing space to meet?somewhereto_ has hundreds of spaces around the country, all absolutely free. Visit: www.somewhereto.com/spacesearch
Youth magazine LIVE has a new website
HeadsUp is a moderated, online space for under 18s to debate the political issues important to them.
The riots, victims and communities new independent panel is making a national call for evidence to help the victims and communities affected by the riots to establish what caused this eruption of disorder, and what lessons we can learn for the future.
Which is action is best...lobbying, campaigning, sit-ins? We want to know what you think. Win a £20 Love2Shop voucher.
We want to make sure that people who make decisions about transport services know what your real concerns are.