We recognise disadvantage takes multiple forms, and that girls, young women and non-binary youth often face the most discrimination. For these reasons and importantly, to most effectively support young people’s felt needs and future pathways, we are committed to approaching our work through an intersectional lens.
Keeping gender and inclusion at the heart of everything we do, our impact areas are: economic well-being, inclusive learning, and safe, healthy lives.
Marginalised young people lack resources, meaningful choices and opportunities. Their perspectives are seldom sought or their voices heard.
Race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, gender identity, migration status, ability, and other factors can deepen their exclusion.
Local organisations that work with marginalised young people -- and have the knowledge and solutions needed to break cycles of disadvantage – also are under-funded.Find Out More
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