The Youth Charter tackles educational non-attainment, health, inequality, anti-social behaviour and the negative effects of crime, drugs, gang related activity and racism by applying the ethics of sporting and artistic excellence. These can then be translated to provide social and economic benefits of citizenship, rights and responsibilities, together with improved education, health, social order and environment.
Sport, culture, art and digital technology - social and human development for life
Youth and communities engaged, equipped and empowered to contribute to a 21st Century Global Society for All.
To invest in the potential of our 21st Century Global Citizens.
Engage, equip and empower young people and communities to maximise their social and cultural integration and active participation.
• Positive happiness and fulfilment through active human and social engagement
• Positive mental and physical fitness for all
• Commitment to excellence and collaboration for all young people and communities
• Dignity, honesty, integrity and respect of self in all that we do
Legacy Development Goals:
1. EDUCATION - attendance, attainment and performance
2. HEALTH - physical activity, wellbeing and active lifestyle
3. SOCIAL ORDER - civic rights and responsibilities
4. ENVIRONMENT - community cohesion and quality of life
5. VOCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT AND ENTERPRISE
Youth Charter aims to:
- EDUCATION - attendance, attainment and performance
- HEALTH - physical activity, wellbeing and active lifestyle
- SOCIAL ORDER - civic rights and responsibilities
- ENVIRONMENT - community cohesion and quality of life
- VOCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT AND ENTERPRISE
Established: March 1993
Registered Charity Number: 1065861
Board members: 7
Full time staff: 5
Phone number: 0161 877 8405
Address: The Atrium, Ground Floor, Anchorage 2, Anchorage Quay, Salford Quays, Manchester, M50 3YWView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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