We're busy providing young people with exciting opportunities across England and Wales.
Providing opportunities for engagement and increasing understanding of the waterways is critical to inspiring a new generation of enthusiasts who will ensure their long-term sustainability.
A varied programme of youth engagement projects has been delivered in the past under our Waterways Action Squad brand. These include: a north west based youth volunteering project for 16-25 year olds, a 6-month employability, volunteering and personal development programme for 16-19 year olds not in education, employment or training (NEET) and the creation of a youth activity centre at the National Waterways Museum.
The youth engagement advisory group understands more fully the wider context of engaging young people, so that we can plan and deliver effective, innovative programmes.
The group also helps with issues of significance relating to engaging young people, especially those that may be innovative or controversial.
Young facilitator in East of England and development officer for Young People's Skills.
Danny has worked at executive director level on regeneration, planning, transport, environment and community development in English public service for the past decade in the East Midlands, South Yorkshire, Norfolk and presently, the North West. He is currently the Chair of the East Midlands Waterway Partnership.
Jamie is head of Sustainability at the National Union of Students.
Operations director and deputy chief executive at the National Youth Agency (NYA).
Liam is currently head of Policy and Public Affairs for The Scout Association, a movement of over 450,000 young people and 100,000 adult volunteers, supporting the organisation to increase its impact and profile in changing the lives of young people. Before this Liam was President of the National Union of Students in Scotland and UK wide.
Head of community engagement
National youth engagement manager
Last date edited: 26 May 2017