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Launch of the Lambeth Community Research Network website!

Launch of the Lambeth Community Research Network website!

We're pleased to announce that the Lambeth Community Research Network website is now live! This is an exciting next step for the network, making it easier to share our vision for research in Lambeth, research projects and opportunities to get involved. 
Exploring ethics in community-based research

Exploring ethics in community-based research

Over the past few months, we’ve been exploring different perspectives on ethics in community research, by facilitating ethics workshops with young people and migrant communities in Lambeth.
BuildYourFuture through our new employment programme

BuildYourFuture through our new employment programme

High Trees has launched an exciting new youth employment programme! The BuildYourFuture programme will focus on delivering free and person-centred employment support for young people (aged between 16 and 24) living in Lambeth or Southwark.
Lambeth Charity Networking Event

Lambeth Charity Networking Event

We're hosting our very first Lambeth Charity Networking Event on Thursday 9th May between 4pm – 6pm at the High Trees Hub (220 Upper Tulse Hill, SW2 2NS).
Celebrating learner voice at the ESOL Spring Event

Celebrating learner voice at the ESOL Spring Event

In March we had our ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Spring Wellbeing event. This was an exciting opportunity for 20 learners on our ESOL courses to come together and learn about health and wellbeing activities on offer in Lambeth. 
Building Young Brixton welcomes a new cohort of peer mentors!

Building Young Brixton welcomes a new cohort of peer mentors!

January marked an exciting milestone for the Building Young Brixton (BYB) partnership as it welcomed a new cohort of peer mentors. This is a 12-month paid opportunity for young people who want to make a difference in their community, are great listeners and who want to support other young people on their learning journey.
Strengthening the Voluntary and Community Sector through mentoring

Strengthening the Voluntary and Community Sector through mentoring

The Lambeth Community Hubs Network aims to strengthen the Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS), with a vision to create a more equal, inclusive and thriving Lambeth. Over the past three months, Lambeth Hubs has been providing bespoke mentoring to five local VCS organisations. 

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