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YC 2017 Annual Report

The Youth Charter is a 24 Year Games Legacy of Manchester’s bid for the 2000 Olympic Games and the hosting of the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games that has inspired a global Sport for Development and Peace movement/sector.



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YC 2016 Annual Report

In an Olympic and Paralympic year, 2016 saw the Youth Charter embark on one of its most challenging, yet exciting years. With an ambitious transformation programme and strategy near completion and within its four year Legacy for All proposals the challenges and opportunities locally, nationally and internationally reflect an extraordinary effort of the project team, Advisory Board and Trustees within the Youth Charter’s commitment



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YC 2015 Annual Report

The first three months of the year saw the agency begin with a Trustee meeting which discussed the strategic implementation and delivery of projects and programmes with our proposed collaborations and partnerships for the year ahead.



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YC 2014 Annual Report

The Youth Charter’s 22nd Anniversary year, saw the agency continue its 2012 legacy restructuring to reflect the transition development of the social, cultural and economic challenges and opportunities facing the sport for development and peace movement



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Written evidence submitted by the Youth Charter to the Parliamentary Commission on Physical Activity

We are interested in suggestions across all policy areas, including those not traditionally associated with ‘physical activity’.



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Written and Oral evidence provided by the Youth Charter to the Youth Select Committee on A Curriculum for Life

The Youth Charter was born out of the social deprivation, alienation, disaffection, anti social and gang related activity that led to the death of 14 year old school boy Benji Stanley in January 1993. Benji’s death sparked a local, regional and national debate on the social causes, effects and impact of social deprivation and its consequences. What had not then beennconsidered was how the then Manchester 2000 Olympic bidding process was going to offset the unwanted publicity of a city likened to ‘L.A. or Beirut!’ in the Sunday Times.



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Written evidence submitted by the Youth Charter to the House of Lords Select Committee on Olympic and Paralympic Legacy 2013

The Youth Charter was born out of the social deprivation, alienation, disaffection, anti social and gang related activity that led to the death of 14 year old school boy Benji Stanley in January 1993. Benji’s death sparked a local, regional and national debate on the social causes, effects and impact of social deprivation and its consequences. What had not then been considered was how the then Manchester 2000 Olympic bidding process was going to offset the unwanted publicity of a city  likened to ‘L.A. or Beirut!’ in the Sunday Times.



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The Youth Charter: ‘Rugbywise 12’ Report

The Youth Charter Rugbywise 12 Report is dedicated to Benji Stanley, a 14 year old school boy who was shot dead on the streets of Moss Side, Manchester in 1993.



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Youth Charter 2016 Games Legacy Impact Report

The Youth Charter 2016 Games Legacy Impact Report is a four-year review of the social and human development legacy activity with young people and communities locally, nationally and internationally.

 



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Youth Charter 2012 Games Legacy Report: A Games Legacy for All

Over the last 20 years the Youth Charter has pioneered the role that sport can play in the social and human development of disaffected young people from disadvantaged communities.



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YC 2019 Youth Manifesto

The 2019 General Election follows shortly on from the 2017 General Election and the 2016 European Referendum, as the United Kingdom struggles to find the direction that will shape the lives of millions of young people. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is currently divided by Brexit and this is creating great uncertainty for our youth and communities, who are all concerned about their future, whether we are in or out of the European Union.



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YC UEL SCLP Workshop Report

The Youth Charter’s Float Like A Butterfly Social Coach Leadership Programme is the culmination of an 17-month dialogue, discussion and debate on the issues of social, cultural and economic affect and impact on the disaffection, disadvantage and disillusionment of the young people of Newha



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YC 2018 25th Anniversity Year Annual Report

The Youth Charter is a 25 Year Games Legacy of Manchester’s bid for the 2000 OlympicbGames and the hosting of the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games that has inspired a global Sport for Development and Peace movement/sector



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YC Birley & Etihad Community Campus Report

The Youth Charter Community Campus has been developed as a result of the agency’s 23 years of work in communities, urban, suburban and rural, locally, nationally and internationally.

 



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YC 2018 Han University Tour Report

The students are completing a Master course in Social Innovations in the Sport and Movement Sector at HAN University of Applied Sciences in Arnhem, The Netherlands. They are visiting Manchester as part of a three-day study trip, which will include visiting community sport projects.



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YC ‘25’ Salford Report

The Youth Charter ‘25’ Salford Report reflects the agency’s work in Salford, as part of its Greater Manchester birth, growing pains and coming of age, as a corporate social responsibility legacy of the Manchester 2000 Olympic bid and successful hosting of the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games

 



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YC 2018 Model CHOGM Report

Over the past 22 years, the Youth Charter has contributed policies, strategies and advocacy to the Commonwealth Secretariat, which has inspired the Sport for Development and Peace Movement.



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YC submission to UK Sport Public Consultation 2018

The Youth Charter is a 25 Year Games Legacy of Manchester’s bid for the 2000 Olympic Games and the hosting of the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games that has inspired a global Sport for Development and Peace movement/sector.



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YC ’25’ Impact of Social Media submission

The Youth Charter is a UK registered charity, UN accredited non-governmental organisation and is a 25 Year Games Legacy of Manchester’s bid for the 2000 Olympic Games and the hosting of the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games.



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YC ’25’ DCMS Social Impact Inquiry submission

The Youth Charter is a UK registered charity, UN accredited non-governmental organisation and is a 25 Year Games Legacy of Manchester’s bid for the 2000 Olympic Games and the hosting of the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games.



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YC 2018 Games Legacy Impact Summary Report

The Youth Charter Community Campus Model provides a Legacy Cultural Framework for the delivery of ‘Sport Development in the Community’ and ‘Community Development through Sport’ programmes with social, cultural and economic outputs and outcomes.



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YC FLAB SCLP Louisville Workshop Report

The Float Like A Butterfly Social Coach Leadership Program (FLAB SCLP) is the culmination of the Youth Charter’s ten-year partnership with the Muhammad Ali Institute and Center and provides a program of opportunity for all through the life, times and legacy of the Greatest sporting humanitarian, Muhammad Ali.



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YC FLAB SCLP Manchester Workshop Report

The Float Like A Butterfly (FLAB) Social Coach Leadership Programme (SCLP) is the culmination of an incredible journey in the bidding, hosting and legacy of major games and the social and human development of young people and communities locally, nationally and internationally.

 



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YC 2017 CBBC Summer Social Report

The Youth Charter, in collaboration with CBBC, invited schools to participate in a FREE preview event to the annual CBBC Summer Social Festival, which was held on the Piazza at MediaCityUK on the 7th – 9th July 2017.



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Youth Charter 2017 Legacy Manifesto

The Youth Charter 2017 Legacy Manifesto builds on our 24 Years of campaigning, advocating and brokering Sport, Arts, Culture and now Digital Technology opportunities to support the Social and Human Development of youth and communities.



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Written evidence submitted by the Youth Charter to the House of Lords Select Committee on Olympic and Paralympic Legacy 2013

The Youth Charter was born out of the social deprivation, alienation, disaffection, anti social and gang related activity that led to the death of 14 year old school boy Benji Stanley in January 1993. Benji’s death sparked a local, regional and national debate on the social causes, effects and impact of social deprivation and its consequences. What had not then been considered was how the then Manchester 2000 Olympic bidding process was going to offset the unwanted publicity of a city likened to ‘L.A. or Beirut!’ in the Sunday Times.

 



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Youth Charter: Legacy Manifesto 2013

The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games were momentous occasions in the lives of many Britons and citizens worldwide. As President of the International Paralympic Committee, I was privileged to preside over the most successful Paralympic Games to date. The legacy of these games has since occupied the social, cultural and political institutions as we aim to inspire a generation.

 

 



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Youth Charter: Muhammad Ali Scholars Tour Report 2010

As part of a collaboration between two urban communities on opposite sides of the Atlantic, between 15 – 18 May 2010, two groups of young people were brought together to debate the issues they face – parallel and opposite – and how they are responding to them. Part of a wider objective was
to bring peace and tolerance to young people and their communities around the world. This four-day tour took place in communities and institutions from across the UK, culminating in a major conference.



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Youth Charter 5 Year Report (1998)

The Youth Charter for Sport began five years ago with a mission toaddress the growing sense of disaffection amongst a significant numberof young people. The growing anti-social youth culture – manifested intruancy, school exclusions, youth crime, for example – impacts thewhole community and further compounds the sense of isolation frommainstream society for individual young people. The sense of exclusioncan, in some cases, last a lifetime, at great cost to the individual andsociety. ‘Youthwise’ is the progression of Youth Charter for Sport’smission, philosophy and expertise in this area, aimed at halting thisnegative cycle at source. I continue to endorse that philosophy, aphilosophy and a message that has gone on to be adopted worldwide.



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YC Han University Tour Report

The HAN University delegates were introduced to the Community Campus Models currently being developed in Greater Manchester (Birley, Etihad, ICZ Media City) how ‘Community Development through Sport’and ‘Sport Development in the Community’ becomes part of a wider social and economic opportunity of sport, art, culture and digital technology within their communities.

 



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YC Bridgend SCLP Workshop Report

The role of the social coach is to be a mentor and facilitator – a guide and role model – for young people in the community through participation in sport or other social agencies. Their individual experiences and qualifications may vary but each will have in common self-awareness, knowledge of life-skills, personal attributes and values, which they bring to the role.



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Youth Charter: Legacy Manifesto 2012

There is growing evidence that educational non attainment,alienation, disaffection and the resulting social exclusion can lead to an anti social gang related youth culture that is criminally gangsterised as well as radicalised in its behaviour. This has an adverse impact not only on the social and economic well-being of a community, city and nation, but also a wider affect on the social and cultural cohesion of the nation as a whole.The Youth Charter is calling for a more inclusive society with opportunities for all, where young people are valued notstigmatised or marginalised. The greatest opportunity of promoting the benefits of 21st century citizenship, rights,responsibilities, multiculturalism and a healthy and active life style, through a diverse and socially inclusive medium that promotes a positive feeling of self worth and contribution to the wider community lies within the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

 



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YC ’25’ Healthwise WHO Global Physical Activity Action Plan submission

The Youth Charter ‘25’ Healthwise submission to the WHO Global Action Plan for Physical Activity 2017 to 2021, builds on our 25 Years of campaigning,advocating and brokering Sport, Arts, Culture and now Digital Technology opportunities to support the Social and Human Development of youth and communities.



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Tackling Physical Activity Report (2014)

This is the first of two reports from the All-Party Parliamentary Commission on Physical Activity, which was set up in 2013. Here we set out the scale and scope of the problem,mapping out the specific areas in which we need to work for change. In the second report we will make some tangible suggestions on how we can begin to tackle this epidemic.We are not starting from zero. The legacy of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games provides a platform and momentum to make critical progress and the 2014 Common wealth Games will give further impetus this summer



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The Youth Charter: ‘Manchester 12’ Report(2006)

“The Story of Manchester is still a tale of two cities. Nowhere in the British Isles have wealth and poverty stood in such stark proximity, nowhere has civic confidence been greater nor crime levels higher” (Walsh 2005)*.

Moss Side and Hulme are situated in South Manchester and are home to 15,400 people with an above average black and ethnic minority population of 41% (28% of which are of Afro-Caribbean descent).Unemployment is well above average at 20%, although this rises to 80% for young black men.



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Glasgow 2014 Legacy Forum Report

The Youth Charter 2016 Games Legacy Impact Report is a four-year review of the social and human development legacy activity with young people and communities locally, nationally and internationally.

Following the London 2012 Games Legacy Pledge to ‘Inspire a Generation’, the Youth Charter hosted the 2012 Games Legacy Debate, bringing together young people from Greater Manchester face to face with a panel representing sport, arts, education and business. The chair was the Rt. Hon John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons.The discussion centered on how a ‘legacy opportunity 4 all’ could be truly equitably diverse and inclusive.



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Youth Charter ‘21’ Soccerwise Report

The power of soccer to bring people together in celebration of sport, art and culture has been demonstrated onceagain through the hosting of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Along with the 2010 FIFA World in South Africa,this tournament has shown what can be achieved by countries considered to be ‘third world’ or ‘developing’.

However, at the same time the considerable efort that has gone into delivering these tournaments has alsoserved to highlight the huge social inequalities that exist within these countries and around the world.



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The Youth Charter: ‘South Africa 12’ Report(2006)

The Youth Charter was born in 1993 in response to the tragic loss of 14 year old schoolboy Benji Stanley, who was shot dead on the streets of Moss Side, Manchester and hassince attempted to provide alternative social and cultural activity benefits through sport,arts and lifestyle choices. What is not known is how closely the respective fortunes ofyoung people in two separate continents, in two cities as remote in distance asMoss Side and Soweto would, through their similar social and cultural barriers be“provided with an opportunity through tragedy to develop in life through sport”.



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The Youth Charter: ‘Commonwealth 12’ Report

Sport in its widest possible context, as a tool of socialdevelopment is now recognised in its potential to improvethe quality of life on each of the five member continents ofthe Commonwealth. Many countries, governments andsocieties are using sport in a different way within thecultural, social and societal challenges that each of theirrespective communities face in the areas of health,education, social order and the environment.

Globalisation now sees an international community withthe social realities, computers, satellite technology andadvancement now able to reach the hearts and minds ofyoung people from all four corners of the world. The socialimpact on the educational development and healthylifestyle choices of young people whether they be fromfirst world, third world or a developing or developedcountry sees young people adopting a negative commonbehaviour that comes from a global youth culture.

 



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Youth Charter ’22’ Tenniswise Report

The Youth Charter ‘22’ Tenniswise Report provides a unique social and cultural review of the past, present and future tennis provisions to our young people and their communities, locally, nationally and internationally. This report is one of the most comprehensive and inclusive consultative studies of its kind, reflecting eight years of dialogue and discussion with players, parents, administrators, coaches and tennis enthusiasts. From the raw talent of Moss Side to the leafy suburbs of urban, suburban and rural communities, the Youth Charter ‘22’ Tenniswise Report sets out the challenges and opportunities for the sport to help deliver the ‘Inspire a Generation’ legacy pledges of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.