Momentum World is a not for profit international education and training provider based in the UK. Our mission is to enhance the career prospects of young people. Our aims are:

• To inspire young people and develop their employability.

• To increase young people’s understanding of global issues, and access to international projects.

• To facilitate employment opportunities and career pathways.


The British Youth Council (BYC) is the recognised National Youth Council of the UK. We empower young people aged 25 and under to influence and inform the decisions that affect their lives. We support young people to get involved in their communities and democracy locally, nationally and internationally, making a difference as volunteers, campaigners, decision-makers and leaders.


Youthfocus NW is a regional charity working with 23 Local Authority areas in the North West.

With youth work values at the heart of our work, we are passionate about youth participation and the engagement of young people in society. We co-ordinate UKYP in the North West on behalf of the British Youth Council and run our own unique regional youth forum called Youthforia.


RSBC works exclusively with blind and partially sighted (BPS) children and young people aged 0-25. Our vision is to ensure that no child will grow up poor and lonely just because they are blind. In order to achieve this RSBC supports BPS children and young people to have the best possible start in life. Our programmes focus on building and improving confidence, skills, learning, health, social interaction and inclusion and include:




Medway Youth Trust is a youth charity that works across local government areas of Medway, Kent and East Sussex. Our long term goals are: young people are in learning, young people are well prepared for the future and young people and their families create their own change.

Partnership for Young London

Partnership for Young London (PYL) believes in a future where every young person’s right to wellbeing is recognised and fulfilled. PYL connects everyone who cares about young people in London – bringing together organisations, local and regional government, and young people themselves. Developing and sharing knowledge and skills, equipping others to help young people in London access the support they need and influencing policy and practice, as well as generating the new ideas that will help young Londoners thrive, are core to the work of PYL.

ASHA Centre

The ASHA Foundation (founded 1996) is a UK charity whose mission it is to create opportunities for young people to experience inspiration, connection and purpose. ASHA achieves this through providing a space for community, land and arts based activities, facilitating youth mobility and volunteering, advocating for the recognition of non-formal learning as well as training youth workers and leaders to be able to bring about positive change in their communities.


UK Young Artists champions the next generation of creativity, supporting collaboration and intercultural dialogue, ensuring a vibrant and diverse creative future for the UK. We work in partnership with 4 East Midlands universities to enable a talent pipeline; developing artists’ practice and careers and celebrating creativity at our national & international platforms. Our presence is regional, but our activity and ambitions reach out across the country and the world.