Firstly, start by making a meaningful pledge to the #iwill campaign. Doing so is a great way to publicly show your organisation’s commitment to empowering young people to make a positive difference.

Secondly, you can empower young people by making youth social action a key part of your organisation’s culture and practice. There are five key ways in which your organisation can do this:

Thirdly, let others know the great work your organisation is doing to support the campaign! Join in our latest campaign, tell stories, share data, get involved in #iwill campaign activities like #iwillWeek and Power Of Youth Day, and celebrate young people.





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Inspire and empower young people to get involved in social action
Promote the link between youth social action and employabilityEmbed social action into our training and apprenticeship schemesCommunicate the benefits of youth social action to our employees and encourage them to volunteer in support of it
Put social action at the heart of my school, college or universityInspire, empower and reward young people to lead social actionBuild strong local partnerships that support youth social action
Develop new, youth-friendly social action opportunitiesPromote and celebrate the positive role young people can play through social actionEnsure young people have a voice and are represented in decision-making
Help young people act as health champions, supporting their peers and communities to live healthier lifestylesEnsure young people’s voices are heard so that services and organisations are shaped with their needs at the centreHelp young people support their communities in either health and social care settings or their wider communities

Embed youth social action

Empower young people by making youth social action a key part of your organisation’s culture and practice. There are five key ways in which your organisation can do this:

  • Prioritise youth social action 
  • Open opportunities for decision-making
  • Work in partnership 
  • Evidence the impact of youth social action
  • Recognise and celebrate young people 
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Join our latest campaign

During this global pandemic, now more than ever we need young people to be active citizens. They have the talent, energy and ideas to make a powerful difference both in the immediate response to this crisis, and to build a better future.  We are in this together – so we must work together.

Young people have been needlessly excluded from the conversation on coronavirus. Their lives have changed beyond recognition – and their futures are at risk. They deserve to have their voices heard and their questions answered.

Across the UK, young people are already helping others through this crisis –  as siblings, friends, carers and volunteers. We should recognise and celebrate their efforts. We must support and empower them to make a positive impact on the issues that matter to them and their communities.



Get involved in opportunities to celebrate young people taking part in social action.

  • Celebrate youth social action during #iwillWeek 2020 16th – 20th November (updates coming soon)
  • #PowerOfYouth day celebrates young people as leaders of change. It occurs annually on the first Wednesday of June.
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