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Protect the Environment - Campaign for the year ahead

Posted by on 27 November 2019

Thank you for taking part in the UK Youth Parliament's (UKYP) Make Your Mark ballot!

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Hard hitting hate crime awareness video

Posted by on 17 October 2019

  ‘Stop the Hate’ features eight champions from the SEND Young Persons Network, and launched on the 16th October to mark National Hate Crime Awareness Week (Oct 12-19).

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End period poverty

Posted by on 26 November 2018

Suffolk Libraries are now offering free sanitary items to help fight period poverty in Suffolk.

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When people feel listened to, it can save a life.

Posted by on 23 August 2018

We all have emotional health and it is just as important as our physical health. Talking about the things that are worrying us can really help before things get out of control. Sometimes it is hard to open up because we might think that people have more important things to do but actually you're really important and you will be surprised that there is always someone who will want to listen.

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#ToiletDoor Campaign

Posted by on 24 May 2018

We all know that speaking to someone about something that is worrying us and finding the information and support we need can help us before a situation gets worse.

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The Boy Who Skated Away From Everything

Posted by on 28 March 2018

The Boy Who Skated Away From Everything is a short story written by a young person in Suffolk with support of staff at a children`s home for the BBC Radio 2 '500 Words' competition. The story is about going into care, being in care and the changes that happened in that time. He was inspired by a book he had read and he felt ready to write this to help other children and young people in his position. 

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Mental health affects all of us. We need to start talking about it

Posted by The Source on 23 April 2015

The single biggest cause of death among young men in Britain is suicide. Not road accidents or something unavoidable, but something which can be prevented with the right help and support.

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