National Council for Voluntary Youth Services

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"Established in 1936, the National Council for Voluntary Youth Services is a diverse and growing network of over 280 national organisations and regional and local networks that work with and for young people. Our mission is to work with our members from voluntary and community organisations to build thriving communities and sustainable networks that help all young people achieve their potential." [1]

People

Accessed June 2012: [2]

Trustees by Electoral Colleges:

  • Infrastructure development: Lynn Hogarth (re-elected in 2010)
  • Social enterprise: Alex Mastihi (elected in 2010)
  • Sport and physical activity: John Downes (elected in 2012)
  • Work with young people from BME backgrounds: vacant
  • Work with young people with disabilities: vacant
  • Work on active citizenship or volunteering: Mark Boyd (elected in 2010)
  • Work specialising with disadvantaged young people: vacant
  • Faith based youth work: Neil Martin (re-elected in 2011)
  • Young people's participation and children's rights issues: Laura Williams (re-elected in 2010)
  • Cultural, creative and arts work: Jane Bryant (elected in 2011)
  • Co-opted Trustee: Kevin Curley CBE (elected 2012)
  • Trustees representing ENVOY: Natalie Grant (elected in 2010), Dionisa Haxhiu (elected in 2012), 1 vacant position
  • YAN Legacy: Colette Harrison (elected in 2011)

Vice presidents

Contact

Web: http://www.ncvys.org.uk

Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch

References

  1. National Council for Voluntary Youth Services Home, organizational web page, accessed June 29, 2012.
  2. National Council for Voluntary Youth Services Who we are, organizational web page, accessed June 29, 2012.