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Welcome to our blog. Here, you can find all of our latest articles on the work we and others are doing to help young Londoners lead happy and fulfilling lives.

Creativity Works: Three years on

In this blog, Creativity Works graduate Rachael Simões tells us how the programme has advanced her career and what she’s up to now. Name: Rachael Simões Age: 21 Occupation: Junior Creative at Grey London “I applied for the Creativity Works programme the summer after finishing my A-Levels. After deciding that university wasn’t right for me,

Tackling racism: why now?

As part of our commitment to shining a light on the issues that matter most to young people, we reached out to our Student Ambassadors to talk about their thoughts, feelings and concerns for the future. In this blog, Ubaid shares his thoughts on the important topic of racism in our society. By Ubaid, Access

My City and Me – Spotlight on: Tascha

It’s now been two months since we launched My City and Me – a project that gives young Londoners a creative platform to tell their Covid-19 stories. We have also joined forces with the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York to connect NYC and London youth and share experiences of the pandemic. We have seen

“CREATIVITY WORKS HAS OPENED MY EYES…”

“University drop out, retail sales assistant and dreaming about making a difference through the media industry. When I came across the opportunity to join Creativity Works, I had just come back from volunteering with a film-team at a summer festival…another short-term opportunity. I was waiting for that big chance to arise to work full time

#AreYouListening? Cuz We’re Talking

By Tahira Bakhtiari, Youth Board member, Mayor’s Fund On Monday 10th December, Youth Board members from the Mayor’s Fund for London, Transport for London and Royal Society for Blind Children came together for the first time to premiere their short film, Are You Listening. Eighteen months in the making, from planning to execution, the board

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