Jeremy Cain, representative for the Hexham and Newcastle Diocese, met with a collective group of secondary school staff coordinators to discuss CAFOD’s Youth Leadership Programme. The event, kindly held at St. Joseph’s Academy in Hebburn, was led by Sarah Barber from CAFOD’s Youth Team and involved looking at what the project was all about and the practicalities.
CAFOD recognizes the influence that young people have, and wants to equip them to be leaders of social justice in their local communities. By taking the lead and joining CAFOD’s Young Leadership Programme, year 10 to 12 students can truly make a difference in fighting poverty and injustice. Not only that, but they will meet like-minded young people, gain confidence and build on vital skills and experiences.
In joining our young leadership sessions, you will be trained with other students in the skills and information needed to inspire others to fundraise, campaign, pray or learn about…
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