Voice and Participation Framework
This framework provides scaffolding to children’s and young people's voice activities and is available to be used across Greater Manchester.
It follows the Lundy Model of children and young people’s participation.
Equality Resource Pack
Find out more about what equality means in this resource pack, giving you ideas on what to read, watch and listen to. Unpack what intersectionality, equity and how to challenge everyday inequality. Made by young people for young people.
Anti Racism Resource Pack
Youth Focus NW stands in solidarity with the black community and are united with our young people, our youth workers and all our members to stand up against oppression and racism.
This resource pack will help inform you about how to be Anti-Racist and challenge oppression. Made by young people for young people.
LGBTQ+ Resource Pack
We stand in solidarity with all our young people. however they identify. This resource pack aims to help you to learn more about LGBTQ+ communities and how to challenge discrimination. Made by Young People for Young People.
Feminist Resource Pack
This resource pack aims to help you to become Anti-sexist and how you can learn more about being a feminist. Made by young people to help other young people.
Tackling Loneliness Resource Pack
Created by young people for young people, this resource pack aims to help you understand loneliness, the causes, effects and what you can do to tackle it.
Democracy Resource Pack
Democracy and Politics are intertwined into almost every aspect of our life. In this pack you will learn the basics of democracy as well as guiding you to further reading and resources. made by young people for young people.
Identity Resource Pack
Identity is what makes us us. It is how we see ourselves, our sense of belonging and our place in the world. This pack helps to guide you through the different things that make you, you and how to challenge and support others. Made by young people for young people.
SEND Practitioners Guide
Co-produced with young people from across the North West, designed to support practitioners who work with young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, to help with conversation starters and prompt interest in political education.