Youth support services

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Camden Youth MP and Youth Council

Young people across Camden went to the polls in March 2018 to decide who should represent them. All 11 to 19-year-olds who live in Camden, go to a local school or college, or work in the borough, voted in their school or youth centre. The results were announced by the Mayor of Camden on 5 April 2018. Athian Akec, 15, of Hampstead School, was elected Camden Youth MP. Our Deputy Youth MPs are Jessie Wernick, 15, of UCL Academy, and Asma Maloumi, 14, of Parliament Hill School.

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Youth projects for disabled young people

We support young people with a range of disabilities in their move into adulthood, helping them to play a more active role in their local community and society.

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The Hive – youth base for Camden

The Hive, in Harben Parade, Finchley Road NW3, is a safe and welcoming place for Camden young people aged 16 to 24 who may be caught in the gap between children’s and adults’ services.

Axis, a new boroughwide health and wellbeing service, is based at The Hive and employs a team of young adults trained to help other young people in many areas of their life including education, employment, housing, social care, health and wellbeing.

The Hive is also a place for young people to relax, study, meet new people and get information about local services. There are spaces for e-learning and personal study, as well as a social enterprise where young people can get experience to help build their CVs.

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