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AGENDA Resource

Agenda is a resource aimed at schools and youth clubs in Wales. Its aim is to tackle issues like gender equality, gender based violence, and sexual harassment in schools.

It promotes healthy relationships and provides creative ideas for young people to talk and learn about these issues in their school or youth club.

It’s available for free here

Stonewall survey for LGBT young people

The survey is about what life in Wales is like as a lesbian, gay, bi or trans (LGBT) young person. There are questions across different areas, for example about young people’s social and school life, plans for the future, inspiring role models, and other things about their life. The information we get from the survey will be written up as the third edition of The School Report and published in the summer of 2017.   LGBT? Aged 11-19? @StonewallCymru wants to hear your views www.stonewallcymru.org.uk/cymru-survey

The link to the survey is at www.stonewallcymru.org.uk/cymru-survey where there is also more information for young people about taking part. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on 020 2023 7744.

Young people living with self-harm find a “Buddy” in new support and advice website

Young people from Monmouthshire and health professionals have developed a valuable website offering support and advice for those living with self-harm.  Entitled Buddy, the new resource meets a need for an online outlet offering information, guidance, therapeutic tools and options that young people can access at all times.  It provides confidential support and techniques to help deal with negative thoughts and feelings associated with self-harm and reassures those experiencing difficult times that they are not alone.  To find out more and get help from Buddy – go to buddyapp.monmouthshire.gov.uk WELCOME TO BUDDY - Buddy

Give a global dimension to children's rights

Schools across Wales are teaching and learning about children’s rights and developing as Rights Respecting Schools.  Learning about children’s rights is an excellent opportunity to consider the global as well as the local context as children’s rights are universal and apply to all children everywhere.

Global Learning Programme-Wales has put together a list of ideas and resources to give a global dimension to 10 popular children’s rights Global Learning Programme Wales

Refresh of the National Participation Standards

The Participation Standards, developed originally by the Participation Unit, have been refreshed by a partnership between Youth Forum workers and Young Wales, informed by consultations with young people.

The Participation Standards can be seen here: Children and Young People’s National Participation Standards.

The Participation Standards identify the key issues that all workers should be aware of when working with children and young people in Wales. The working group that undertook the work, reviewed each of the seven standards and ensured that each one reflected the rights based ethos that is integral to working with children and young people.  Children in Wales

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