The top ten Netflix shows young people can learn from

Netflix shows to learn from

With more under 21-year-olds signing up to popular streaming services, platforms like Netflix have released a wealth of shows young people can learn from. Shows are also becoming more diverse and inclusive, addressing important social issues such as LGTBQ+ equality, racism and politics. Following a staggering 116% increase in interest for the search term ‘educational…

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New study reveals top ten young stars set to make millions

Rich List of the Future

Following a boom in young people gaining stardom across industries such as social media, sports and entertainment, our new study reveals the top ten young stars set to make millions in the future.  Our new research reveals the top ten stars of the future by analysing their current net worth, predicted net worth and current Instagram…

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Conscious Youth achieves diploma in trauma and mental health

Trauma and mental health therapy

Following a turbulent and challenging year for young people and after six months of studying, we are delighted to announce that we have achieved a diploma in “Trauma and Mental Health Informed Schools and Communities”¹. With more young people than ever using community services for support, we decided to undertake the trauma and mental health…

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The Duchess of York Visits Conscious Youth

Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, visited our most recent ‘Conscious Girls’ session on Wednesday 21st July held at The Chestnut Centre in Deighton.  The Duchess of York visited the weekly ‘Conscious Girls’ session, a grassroots youth-led initiative focused on improving the resilience of young women aged 12-16 years old. Conscious Girls provides a safe…

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Conscious Youth partners with Amazon’s Black Employee Network

We are delighted to announce that we are now working with Amazon’s Black Employee Network on a range of ongoing projects and workshops in 2021. Initially forming the partnership at the end of 2020, our work in the local community has now been supported by a cash donation of £38,000 from Amazon, which forms part…

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New Partnership

So we can’t hide our amazing news anymore. DRUM ROLL PLEASE We have only gone and secured a new partnership with Amazon and it’s Black Employee Network. This opportunity has given us a cash injection for all our work but most importantly it will allow us to open doors to new opportunities that young people…

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Back to our Roots is back!

Get ready for a Conscious hour of Black History for all the family to enjoy during October. Back to our Roots is an initiative from our new Breaking Barriers Programme in partnership with Kirklees Council. More information will be announced soon……..

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