Include Youth has been chosen as Ulster Rugby's official charity partner for the 2016/17 and 2017/18 seasons. Through the partnership Ulster Rugby will help raise the profile of Include Youth's work, boost income through a range of joint fundraising events and connect young people into the wider rugby community.
Western Health & Social Care Trust
The Western Health and Social Care Trust's Employability Service is managed by Include Youth to enhance the education, training and employment outcomes of care leavers in the western area.
Newstart Education Centre
Newstart Education Centre leads on the delivery of GRIP (Good Relations Innovative Practice) in partnership with Include Youth and NI Alternatives to young people on Give & Take: Core and Start in Belfast and the South Eastern areas and on Meant to Work. The project is funded by the Northern Ireland Executive's Central Good Relations Fund.
Improving Juvenile Justice Systems in Europe
The aim of this project is to improve EU youth justice systems and to understand where they can be made more efficient and more child-friendly, focusing on a better implementation of the Guidelines of the Council of Europe on Child Friendly Justice and international standards.
J.O.D.A. - Juvenile Offenders Detention Alternatives in Europe
The J.O.D.A project aims to identify good practice in relation to alternative detention measures for juvenile offenders in conflict with the law in Europe and includes partners: Istituto don Calabria (Applicant IT); IJJO (BE); Kesa-CPE (EE); Fundacion Diagrama (ES); Include Youth (GB); Defence for Children (NL). Download the Alternatives to Detention for Juvenile Offenders: Manual of good practices in Europe.