Association for Young People’s Health (AYPH) is recruiting partners for a participation project funded by the Samworth Foundation called We’re All Right. The aim of We’re All Right is to support young people (aged 16-25) who have lived experience of sexual violence to develop a rights-based approach to sexual violence work. Through this project, young people will take part in a series of group workshops to learn about their rights, develop a resource to explain the importance of respecting and promoting the rights of young people affected by sexual violence and deliver local community events to share this with other young people and professionals.
They are looking to fund four services £7000 each to support us to deliver workshops and develop this new resource with a group of young people. They will also fund one service £11,500 that can involve a group of young people in evaluating the project. A link to the online role descriptions and applications can be found on their website.
Applicants are welcome to apply for both opportunities but will only be able to take on one if they are successful. These opportunities have been developed by AYPH’s Youth Participation Coordinator and two Youth Advisers who were recruited to work on this project from the beginning. The deadline for both applications is 12pm Friday 7th February 2020.