Health & Well Being
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18-22 Ashwin Street
05 April 2023
This report has been produced by Lauren Roberts-Turner, as a part of her year-long strategy internship with Leaders Unlocked in 2022. Lauren used her internship to explore the issue of poverty for young people, and to look at how we can tackle this issue through campaigning, engaging with lived...
30 March 2023
This powerful visual report shares the insights from 'Big Education Conversations' with young people across the country. These conversations were designed and facilitated by the young leaders from the Project Council in a wide range of different settings including alternative education, specialist...
27 October 2022
A Platform for Young People’s Voices on Racial Justice
The Student Commission on Racial Justice provides a powerful platform for thousands of young people across the country, giving them a collective voice on racial justice in England. This report is based on evidence...
23 May 2022
This report was co-produced with the Young Justice Advisors, a team of young adults aged 18-30 with lived experience of the criminal justice and care systems. The report looks in depth at four priority areas: Race and Racism; The Care System; Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System; Life...
30 July 2017
The final report from MH:2K Oldham – is a pioneering youth-led pilot project which has harnessed the views of young people to shape the support and services available to them. The MH:2K pilot in Oldham was supported by a Wellcome Trust People Award, Oldham Council and Oldham Clinical...
If you’re interested in getting involved with the work we do at Leaders Unlocked, please do send us a message via our contact us page. We are always keen to hear from young people who may want to take part in our projects, as well as professionals who may want to collaborate.
More than 65% of our
staff came from Leaders Unlocked projects
"There’s been a fundamental change in the way that we approach youth consultation. Before it was a staff-led approach. Now there’s a genuine youth-led approach; there are up to 35 young people, talking to other young people about their experience of crime and policing. It has been such a significant impact."