The ‘Right to Dream’ project combines holistic advice and advocacy, with peer support and leadership development through ‘Brighter Futures‘ youth group. Young people are supported to speak about their experiences in order to influence how services and policies are developed. In 2015, the project will develop new activities and support tailored to young women and girls.
Praxis provides walk-in advice, group work and social enterprise projects from its centre in Bethnal Green, east London. It aims to work with vulnerable new migrants to create resilient communities, who can overcome disadvantage and discrimination. It has been running for 30 years, and sees 2000 clients annually.
See films by the young people involved in this project here