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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.
Our community services and programmes directly address some of the key challenges that hold people back.
9 November 2021 | Community Links
Our autumn report celebrates the achievements across our programmes and services over the last financial year. In 2020-2021 we positively impacted over 90,000 people across our advice, youth, health and community services.
2 November 2021 | Community Links
This two-page report details our outreach statistics from the last year across all our programme areas.
4 August 2021 | Rachael Smith, Murshad Habib
In this paper, we call for an inclusive cultural policy and greater investment in arts interventions for young people.
19 May 2021 | Caroline Slocock, Murshad Habib
This report looks at how four local place-makers are investing in social infrastructure and considers the role for the government in supporting more places to do the same.
13 May 2021 | Community Links
This one-page report details our outreach statistics from the last year across all our programme areas.
10 December 2020 | Community Links
In this report we are pleased to share our response during the COVID-19 pandemic and plans for the year ahead.
4 December 2020 | Caroline Slocock, Murshad Habib
In this paper, we call for more investment everywhere but particularly for the most deprived communities.
4 May 2020 | Community Links
This paper explores the relationship between debt and mental health, considering the impact of low income, financial regulation and debt within Newham.
This paper reflects upon the housing crisis in the UK, exploring the impact of housing provision, poor living conditions and instability upon mental health.
In this paper, we present evidence that food poverty in the UK has increased since 2008; that it is being driven by a range
of factors, including welfare policies and low income; and that it is taking a severe toll on the mental health and wellbeing of our communities.