The Community Campus was developed in response to the Youth Charter’s social and human development programmes and projects in communities globally.
Inspired by the historic ‘Spirit of Hulme and Moss Side Tour of Los Angeles’ in 1994, the sports social impact model and cultural framework established the Youth Charter development goals of education, health, social and civil order, the environment, vocation training, employment and enterprise.
The Community Campus provides an opportunity to map, track and measure the participation and lifestyle activities of young people within a coordinated network of facilities. Offering a variety of choice but an effective coordinated and efficient offer of sporting, artistic and cultural activity.
The Youth Charter Community Campus, an integrated and cohesive offer to young people and communities with social, cultural and economic impact – an opportunity for all.
The Youth Charter Community Campus has been developed as a result of the agency’s 24 years of work in communities, urban,
suburban and rural, locally, nationally and internationally.
As part of the bidding, hosting and legacy of major games, the Community Campus provides a coordinated and holistic approach in the development, delivery and sustainability of young people and communities within the regeneration and renewal strategies of public, private and third sector agencies.
The Community Campus is a unique model providing an opportunity to bring together policy, delivery and impact in the current sports for development and peace movement.