A team of cyclists from CBRE GWS recently completed a charity bike ride from London to Brussels.
Ian Macdonald, a PSHE specialist and a consultant for Mentor-ADEPIS, recently delivered alcohol and drug education sessions to groups of young people visiting the UK from Egypt. Here, Ian reflects on the experience and what he learned about the common factors that impact education and prevention across different cultural settings.
Parenting across Scotland recently completed research on the impact of kinship care on employment. This briefing includes an overview of the research as well as case studies and a list of organisations that may be able to offer advice if you are affected by the issues discussed.
A team of cyclists from CBRE GWS are taking part in a bike ride from London to Brussels to raise money for Mentor and another charity organisation in September 2016.
We are delighted to share the news that a group of pupils from Whitefield School in Barnet have raised £250 for Mentor with a project created as part of First Give's school programme "Live to Give".
The UK's leading public health bodies have issued a report recommending, among other measures, that all children and young people learn about drugs in school through personal, social, health and economic (PHSE) education.
My comments on the Taking a New Line on Drugs report and a look at the potential for prevention to have a more prominent role within the UK's approach to drugs misuse.