Today's fast-paced world presents young people with a plethora of opportunities, challenges and risks. How can we work together to empower them to take charge of their lives and become positive forces for change in our constantly transforming society?

Join us to discuss and debate upcoming challenges and solutions with our panel of speakers and other like minded individuals from the education and charity sectors.

The Panel:

Rachel Crabtree - The Albert Kennedy Trust

The Albert Kennedy Trust launched in Manchester 1989, becoming the world's first ever service for homeless LGBT youth. Their services include supported lodgings, mentoring, training and advice & guidance for young people who would otherwise be experiencing homelessness or living in hostile environments.

We'll be hearing from Community Fundraising Officer Rachel Crabtree about why the Trust is still very much needed nearly 30 years on and how organisations can work together to better understand the challenges faced by LGBT youth.

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