Resources

Take a look at some the resources we’ve created over the last few years. If you’re looking for something that you can’t find, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

UNCRC Symbols Resource

This resource communicates children’s rights under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) using symbols and simplified text.

Designed to be used by educators, support workers, and other professionals working with children and young people, it aims to enhance children and young people’s understanding of their rights and how they can relate to their everyday lives.

You can download, and read more about the resource here.

AGENDA

AGENDA is a resource aimed at schools and youth clubs in Wales. Its aim is to tackle issues like gender equality, gender based violence, and sexual harassment in schools.

It promotes healthy relationships and provides creative ideas for young people to talk and learn about these issues in their school or youth club.

It’s available for free here.

Use this poster to help us promote the resource in your school or youth club!

Challenging the negative reporting of the LGBT community

This practical toolkit gives advice to young people on challenging unfair or harmful media reporting and provides a useful breakdown of the complaints procedures of various bodies.

We worked with Digon, an LGBT rights group at Ysgol Plasmawr, to enrich the guide with cartoons that share their thoughts on common portrayals of LGBT people and why harmful representations should be challenged.

You can download the resource here.

My Planner app

My Planner is a mobile resource for looked after children and care leavers that contains information on rights and entitlements, financial help, and independent living skills to help young people leaving care make the transition to independent living.

is now available to download on iOS and Android devices.

Here’s the link you need to download the Android version.

Here’s the link you need to download the iOS version.

Challenging the negative media reporting of Gypsies and Travellers

This practical toolkit gives advice to young people on challenging unfair or harmful media reporting and provides a useful breakdown of the complaints procedures of various bodies.

We worked with Gypsies and Travellers in Wales to learn what information they wanted to know to help them to identify negative reporting, and how to complain.

You can download the resource here.