Virtual Coffee Morning

Coffee Morning Come along to our Virtual Coffee Morning on Wednesday August 12th and hear from our Accreditation Team about our Youth Achievement Awards, and how you can accredit your young people directly and virtually.  We will be online on Adobe Connect between 10.30 & 11am discussing our accreditation, there will also be chance to [...]
Blog by 23year old Ieuan I’m Ieuan, a 23-year-old young person from the Bridgend area. I’ve been involved with Youth Cymru since last summer. I work in marketing, have an interest in politics and policy work and in my spare time I chill by watching shows or working out. I started by getting involved in [...]
Free Train the Trainer Course We welcome all who work with young people aged 13 and over to our FREE online training session. Our interactive webinar aims to equip teachers and youth workers with the tools to empower young people to be safe users of the web and encourage them to be positive voices online [...]
Newsletter Cylchlythyr Read our latest Newsletter, find out what we have been up to, and what projects, training and resources we can offer Darllenwch ein Cylchlythyr diweddaraf, darganfyddwch beth rydym ni wedi bod yn gwneud, a pha brosiectau, hyfforddiant ac adnoddau y gallwn ni eu cynnig
Support for LGBT+ Young People during Covid-19 Youth Cymru were proud to add our name to a message to LGBT+ children and young people, alongside LGBT+ youth organisations from across the UK and Ireland. We know that lockdown is particularly difficult for LGBT+ young people who live with people who do not accept or respect [...]
Reach Out The issue of loneliness is bigger than ever due to the Coronavirus and our ReachOut hubs have been working hard bringing their communities together during Covid-19. The team have been taking part in #AskAYouthWorker every week, where we have been answering questions and sharing resources around self-care, mental health and making connections during [...]
Mac age 19 I first heard about Project Hope through Twitter. Naomi (a Youth Cymru Llais Ifanc member), the-now lead coordinator, sent out a tweet asking if any young people wanted to get involved on a project to address loneliness and mental health during the Coronavirus crisis. When I signed up to help, I could [...]
TWO new projects!!! Youth Cymru are very exited to announce that we have 2 new projects!! ChillOut and Save your Energy - funded by Energy Redress & Be Internet Citizens - programme by Google and You Tube!!   Read more about the projects HERE
Training Youth Cymru offers a variety of expert training for our members organisations. Over the next quarter we have * Mental Health First Aid * Gambling Related Harm * Supporting People with a Criminal Record * Knife Crime & County Lines * Certificate in Youth Work Practice Level 3 For further information on each course [...]


The Creative Minds year 1 project in Newport has been an awesome project to be a part of. Working in partnership with Youth Cymru on these music and mental health projects, has always been fun and very productive. So far, the Creative Minds project has enabled our Play it Loud Studio in Newport to engage [...]