Articles from Catch22

Local Catch22 Microsoft partnership extended

@Catch22 extends partnership with @Microsoft to open up digital careers to those facing barriers to work Training programme will support job seekers in London, Manchester, Bristol and Birmingham

Young People Call for Privacy and Improved Moderation Online

Catch22’s national survey finds young people and frontline staff demand better protection  More than 70% of young people have seen content online that they’ve found concerning, referring to specific violent and explicit content, according to Catch22’s National Online Harms Consultation results released today (7 Aug). 

Social Switch Project has received £200,000 in funding from London’s Violence Reduction Unit

Upskilling young Londoners: @socialswitch_ secures funding from London’s Violence Reduction Unit @MOPACLdn [email protected] @Redthreadyouth @Googleorg The Social Switch Project has received £200,000 in funding from London’s Violence Reduction Unit (VRU), set up by the Mayor of London, to deliver the next phase of its mission to divert young people at risk of exposure to violence towards sustainable digital careers.

Employers want to support apprenticeships and make the levy work

#Budget2020 - People, Place and Purpose at the Heart of Politics Back in 2015, the Government pledged to create £3 million more apprenticeship starts by 2020.

Young care leavers must be given better support to get into employment

Supporting #CareLeavers into Work #ECLCM For many young people getting their first job is a fairly routine experience. It’s usually a Saturday job and starts with a search, sending out CVs and filling in application forms, which a parent will probably help them with.

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