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Our Youth and Employment services enable people to realise their potential by removing barriers to success, building confidence and improving life skills.
Community Links delivers projects promoting early diagnoses of cancer by increasing the uptake of the NHS Cancer screening programmes and raising awareness
From our base in east London, we apply the learning from our local work to influence and achieve positive national change.
The latest news and blogs from Community Links
4 August 2021 | Chi Kavindele, Director
The Rolling Stones and Community Links open a new state of the art recording studio - Links Studios.
Our new publication Arts as a Youth Intervention explores how the arts can tackle youth violence and help young people and communities to thrive.
8 July 2021 | Chi Kavindele, Director and Daisy Kay, Year Here Fellow
At Community Links, we believe that tackling youth violence can and should be tackled through a holistic, place-based approach that involves the whole community.
28 April 2021 | Community Links
We send the family and loved ones of Fares Maatou our deepest condolences at this most difficult time.
16 April 2021 | Community Links
Community Links is hosting a virtual wellbeing week between 19th - 23rd April 2021.
12 April 2021 | Chi Kavindele, David Robinson, Community Links
It is with great sadness that we heard of the passing of Kevin Jenkins OBE.
5 May 2020 | Chi Kavindele, co-director, and Charlie Ogilvie, Year Here fellow, Community Links
At Community Links, while we respond to the here and now, we also continue to keep long-term capacity building at the heart of our work.
1 August 2019
Our community hub in Canning Town is one of 800+ sites of historical significance opening its doors for the London-wide event on the 21st September.
17 July 2019 | Sundus Masood
Community Links ran an In-Work Support pilot to test how employment pathways could be made more sustainable for young women.
28 June 2019
A free event exploring the relationship between detention, migration and the arts, headlined by Lemn Sissay.