Nominations for this year's NCVYS Young Partners Award have officially opened. The deadline to submit your nomination is 31 May - don't delay!
UNICEF have produced a short report looking at children's well being in the UK which we thought Young NCB members might be interested in.
The Sex Education Forum (SEF) are campaigning as the Government's proposed science curriculum threatens to water down existing sex education! Their campaign is called 'Don't take Sex Ed back to the 1950s!
This website about domestic violence is aimed at young people (13-19) and is regularly updated with blogs, tips and ideas from young people.
Leading children's charity the National Children's Bureau marked the launch of it's 50th anniversary year with an event yesterday at the Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green.
Young NCB were invited to a Transport for London (TfL) event at their head office in London. This workshop was to hear young people’s views as TfL develop www.tfl.gov.uk.
Kudos Inspire and Careerscape offer career programs and advice on skills, progression, personal statements, CVs, education and training, subjects and more!
Joan Walley MP has submitted an Early Day Motion for a debate in the House of Commons calling for a formal government response to the UK Youth Parliament’s decision to have ‘A Curriculum For Life’
The Young NCB Advisory Group have designed a poster for Parliament Week explaining how Parliament works and how and where young people can participate in parliamentary decisions.
Nominations are now open for the Youth Worker Awards!
Nearly half of school children worry about money, according to new research published today to mark the launch of ‘Our Money, Our Future’, a toolkit developed by Young NCB members.
Read the Transition Information Network's interview with Team GB Boccia player Jacob Thomas, and Team GB Wheelchair tennis player Peter Norfolk in their latest magazine!
The National Scrutiny Group (NSG) brings 15 young people from across the country together with government officials and departments.
RNIB's new young people's section on the website offers advice and guidance for blind and partially sighted young people aged from 14 to 25
Last week, two of our members Claire and Shivani attended a briefing held at the Houses of Parliament
Young NCB member Ben from Winchester tells us about being involved in the first ever Youth Select Committee
The National Children’s Bureau (NCB) has supported children and young people to have an input into emerging health policy in England over the course of the last two years.
Last week, Young NCB members attended an event looking at NCB’s research on children’s views about health services
article from GCSE students: ..as a group of 15 year olds, we feel that the way we are portrayed in the media affects other generations’ attitudes towards our age group.
NCB's Young Research Advisors contribute their views on various research topics. They have made a video to explain the role they play and how they help the NCB Research Centre to see research subjects from a young person's perspective
On Tuesday (3 July) one of our Young NCB members, 15 year old Jhon Bateman, carried the Olympic torch through his local town. Here he describes his journey . . .
The Council for Disabled Children Young Ambassadors campaign to challenge prejudice and stereotypes around disability has been given an award by the British Youth Council for their film.
National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS) is launching a campaign called Look, Smile, Chat to help deaf and hearing teenagers communicate with each other.
Two Young NCB members have been commended in their local Mayor Awards and received awards for their hard work and commitment.
Young NCB members alongside other children and young people from around the country attended a health consultation event with NCB's VSS (Voluntary Sector Support) team.
Five Young NCB members travelled to London during the Easter holidays to find out all about a new campaign that NCB is supporting.
The United Futures team are assessing the kind of support youth sector organisations need & what businesses may be able to offer
Transport Minister, Norman Baker, has helped to launch two free downloadable guides aimed at improving bus services.
Young Inspectors Programme for young people to evaluate their local services and report on the quality of services which affect their lives.
National Children's Bureau are working with two other organisations to broker relationships between the business and youth sectors.
Presschange4youth is calling on the Leveson enquiry to recommend changes to the press code of conduct and the Press Complaints Commission, that will help prevent negative stereotyping of young people in the media.
We’re really pleased to announce that the priorities for Young NCB for 2012-2014 have been chosen by the membership.
Kadeem and Shivani visit Downing Street as part of the Right Year for Children (RY4C).
MPs call for all children to be taught personal finance as a compulsory part of the school curriculum.
The National Centre for Social Research published their report on the August Riots. This is the first, and currently the only research to be based on what young people themselves say - both those who got involved and those who chose not to.
What have young NCB members been up to lately?
Council for Disabled children launches a new website.
This film is designed to challenge stereotypes of disability and show the positive difference when young disabled people are involved in decisions about their lives.
12 Young NCB members took up the opportunity to be the Young Advisors to the My Money programme back in 2008 – find out that they thought of their time on the programme
Young NCB members have visited Parliament to tell MPs why financial education is important for their future and should be taught in all schools.
A group of young people from the National Children’s Bureau (NCB) have condemned the shocking behaviour of recent rioters and urges the media to represent young people more fairly through these turbulent times.
Young NCB member's views about the recent riots in the Uk.
A film starring Young NCB members was delivered to education secretary Michael Gove MP at the Department for Education on Thursday 2 June.
Young NCB members have finished their survey and report on children and young peoples fear of crime
Fiona Bawdon discusses research findings highlighting the persistent negative portrayal of teenage boys in the media.
The exciting new site exclusively for NCB members has been launched!
See our new interactive video wall of Young NCB Advisory Group members talking about their experiences at Young NCB.