We hope that our public speaking and communication training supported you in becoming the confident, well-spoken young person you are today. With these newly acquired skills, we want to enable you to get your voice heard louder and wider and educate, inspire and challenge more people about topics you feel passionate about!
For this we try to form collaborations and find opportunities with other organisations for you to share your speech, grow personally and professionally and continue to inspire others.
If you are an organisation that would like to have a young person share their speech at an upcoming event, are look for members to create a youth panel or want to create other opportunities for young people to get their voice heard please email email@example.com to register your interest.
“Stonewall Young Futures is a new platform to support LGBTQ+ young people taking the next step in education, training or work. Created in collaboration with LGBTQ+ young people, the platform offers signposting and advice on education, training, skills, careers, and work as well as support on mental health, self-advocacy and homelessness.
LGBTQ+ young people have told us that they want the platform to feature stories from LGBTQ+ people who, like them, have faced challenges along the way, but are now thriving in the world of education, training or work. These stories can help boost confidence and self-esteem and will show LGBTQ+ young people who are not in education, training or work that there are people like them that have faced similar barriers.
We’re particularly keen to highlight the stories of trans and non-binary people, disabled and/or neurodivergent LGBTQ+ people, and LGBTQ+ people of colour.
If you would like to share your story on the Stonewall Young Futures platform, please get in touch with StonewallYouth@stonewall.org.uk – we can discuss how you would like to share your story and which format would work best.”
Date: Thursday 21 April 2022
Time: 12:30 – 16:00
Location: Our Tottenham Court Road office – 1 – 13 St Giles High Street, London, WC2H 8AG
Recommended age: 16+ years
How to reserve a space: They would need to fill out this form to reserve a space as places are first come first serve. Each person needs to fill out their own form (even accompanying adults for security purposes but it should take 30 seconds).