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We believe that the very positive impact that young people make is often not reflected or appreciated by society and the press.
Youth United is a network of the UK's largest and most established voluntary and volunteering youth organisations. Our vision is that every young person in the UK has the opportunity to be a member of one of our organisations.
We work together to:
Increase opportunities for young people to be viewed positively and as active citizens contributing to society
16th May 2013
Youth United takes part in Prince's Charities 'Place Regeneration Summit in Burslem.
13th May 2013
The Supporting Inclusion Programme aims to offer a significant step change in provision in some of the most deprived areas across England. A year into the programme we review progress to date.
8th February 2013
Communities Minister Don Foster visits one of the new fire cadet units in Manchester. The new fire cadet unit at Hollins Fire Station was funded by the Government's Supporting Inclusion Programme. During his visit Mr Foster presented the fire cadets with the keys to a decommissioned fire engine which has been donated from Greater Manchester Fire Services to the cadets.