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You are now in our Youth Organisations section. Below you will find interviews we have conducted with representatives from all kinds of Youth Organisations that have been set up to help young people achieve their dreams, reach their full potential and develop in to amazing achievers. In the interviews you will find out why these Youth Organisations were set up, what they do and how you can get in contact with them.
Feature on Asaria Performing Arts
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Asaria has been established for over seven years and are based in Tottenham, North London. The pupils are aged anywhere from 4- teenagers and are able to develop skills in Acting, Dance and Singing. Our 3 practitioners are professionals in their own fields and we also have 3 volunteers that help out every week. Asaria has over 40 boys and girls from a wide cultural background and pupils live in Haringey and Enfield.
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Feature on Ascension Eagles Cheerleaders
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The Ascension Eagles Cheerleaders are Britain's number one cheerleading team. They have entertained millions of people and won hundreds of trophies in the process. They are true champions on the mat and off the mat through the amazing youth outreach work they do so we thought it was about time we found out more about them.
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Feature on Awards for Young Musicians
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Do you want to get in to music but don't have the money to pursue your dreams? Have you always wanted to play an instrument or get professional teaching? Then this interview is for you as we talk to Hester Cockcroft director of Awards for Young Musicians an organisation set up to help young musicians facing financial hardship.
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Feature on Central Youth Theatre
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We provide opportunities for young people aged 8-25 years to learn a broad range of skills associated with the dramatic arts. We also stage productions of the highest possible standard and develop young people's interest in, and understanding of, all aspects of the production process.
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Feature on Club Flix
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Club Flix is a Bath based film club run by young people for young people. If you are 13-21 years old Club Flix is for YOU! Are you a young writer or director? Do you want to work behind the camera or get in front of it? Club Flix is somewhere that you can connect with other young people and get your own short films started!
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Feature on Clubilya
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Helmed by a group of professionals with experiences in youth and family services, law enforcement, rehabilitation and the judiciary system, Clubilya’s mission is to influence and empower all youth, regardless of ethnicity, religion and social background.
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Feature on Film Cast Cornwall
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The agency is here to help young people by seeking opportunities for them in film/TV productions being made in Cornwall and the South West (local film productions as well as those on location in the region). We want to encourage productions to cast locally when filming locally.
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Feature on FreshTies
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FreshTies is a not-for-profit organisation. We help people combine their resources so everyone has a chance to succeed. Using life experience or skills, to equipment or influence, people help people in ways that suit them, getting involved in local projects, or our website and online newspaper.
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Feature on Funky Feet
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The Funky Feet Dance School is the hottest Dance School in the South West with hundreds of dancers currently attending. The Funky Feet Dance School have traveled the world amazing audiences with their performances with many students that possess the talent to go all the way. So let's find our more about this amazing group.
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Feature on MyBnk
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We are a social enterprise that offers a variety of programs, with the goal of providing young people in the UK with the understanding and skills to manage their money effectively and to make enterprising choices in their lives.
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Feature on National Youth Music Theatre
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The NYMT supports young people in developing their musical theatre skills and experience. It also supports their personal and social development through highly creative and collaborative activities that give the participants a real sense of achievement and purpose.
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Feature on NOISE Festival
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NOISE is not your typical arts festival. It has no physical location; the central hub of activity takes place on the NOISE website and across the media - print, television, radio and online - making it the first 'virtual' festival of its kind in Europe.
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Feature on Peterborough Young Singers
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We provide high standard music tuition for less than £1.50 per hour and try to involve as many children as possible by making connections with local schools and other youth groups and performing collaborative works.
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Feature on Save Young Talent Initiative (SYTI)
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SYTI is the first of its kind south of sub Saharan Africa. SYTI now operating in Uganda helps young people realise their unique potential and contribution capacity. It's very unique and it has gained ground and support from many people. Young people are happy to be associated with SYTI its very youth friendly.
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Feature on Sound Connections
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Sound Connections work with individuals and organisations that provide music making activities for young people. So if you are interested in making music but need some support then you need to read our interview with Project Manager Nicky Pleming.
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Feature on StreetVibes Youth
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StreetVibes Youth, London's only urban music company dedicated to providing professional training in DJing, music production, singing, songwriting, MCing, radio broadcast and music marketing and promotion especially tailored to young people aged 12 - 25 years old.
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Feature on the 'Live and Unsigned' competition
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Helen Cannell is a leading vocal coach and established singer. She is also one of the judges on the huge Live and Unsigned competition which some of you may remember as South Coast Idol. So we caught up with Helen to find out what her role in Live and Unsigned is and what the competition is all about.
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Feature on The Brightside Trust
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The Brightside Trust is a charity committed to creating educational opportunities. Our projects are designed to provide individuals with the confidence and skills they need to overcome social disadvantage.
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Feature on The Company Music Theatre
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The Company Music Theatre is a new national youth music theatre organisation that targets teenagers and young adults. Our aim is to provide opportunities for young people between the ages of 14 and 23 who have skills in drama, dance or singing.
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Feature on the National Association for Gifted Children
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The National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) is an organisation which has been doing amazing things for the young people of the UK for many years now so I thought it was about time that we caught up with NAGC Director Stephen Tommis to talk about what the NAGC does and how they can help you.
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Feature on the YoMo organisation
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YoMo provide practical training for schools, youth & community groups in young peoples participation using simple, practical, replicable ideas with low risk and maximum impact. So I thought we needed to talk to Kirsty Taylor who is a trainer for YoMo and find out about how young people can benefit from their work.
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Feature on the Young Entrepreneurs Society
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Founder of YES Carl Chouler is one amazing entrepreneur who is passionate about helping the youth of today make this a more Enterprising world. If you are a fan of Dragons Den or always wanted to start your own business, whether your 13 or 24 this interview is for you.
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Feature on UK Youth Parliament (UKYP)
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The UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) enables young people to use their energy and passion to change the world for the better. Run by young people for young people, UKYP provides opportunities for 11-18-year-olds to use their voice in creative ways to bring about social change.
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Feature on Verto Vita
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Verto Vita is a video sharing site where people all over the world can share, comment, and vote on stories of how someone or something has changed their life in a positive way.
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Feature on Watermans Arts Centre
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Watermans is a vibrant Arts Centre stunningly situated on the banks of the river at Brentford. The local area is culturally, socially and economically very diverse and so is their artistic programme. If you are young & talented and interested in getting involved in media or any of the creative arts you have to check this place out and read our interview with Nadia Nervo - Head of Participative Arts at Watermans.
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Feature on Wythenshawe Youth Theatre
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The 'Wythenshawe Youth Theatre' is based in Wythenshawe, Manchester and is dedicated to training its young actors, from the surrounding areas, in all aspects of the theatre industry; whether it be Performing Arts or Technical Theatre.
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Feature on Zoom In
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Zoom In is a popular, not-for-profit school for photography, enabling both individuals and community groups from the Greater London area to explore and engage with all aspects and all levels of photography.
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