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Agents For Change Newsletter – 1st Issue

NEWS : June 14, 2012

Agents for Change is a group of young people the Small Change programme supported in 2011/2012. It is great to see the project is still going from strength to strength by continuing to develop new ideas, recruiting new members and increasing the size of the group. The project perfectly encapsulates the Small Change ethos, as […]

Our Assembly

NEWS : May 8, 2012

By Flynne (Year 7) In May Agents For Change put on a fun and informative assembly for our school to tell them about who we are and what we do. We told them what the public thought of them as young people (most people we asked were very positive!) and asked them about how they […]

Week 4 – Local journalist visits Agents for Change

NEWS : March 9, 2012

By Matt (Year 13) Local Journalist Dan Carrier joined Agents for Change latest session. Dan came with perfect timing so that he could help us evaluate the work we had done on Saturday interviewing the local community. Dan kicked off the session talking about his career taking him from the national newspapers of the Guardian […]

Week 5 – As Bad As We Think?


By Miracle We conducted interviews, surveys and questionnaires to find out what the good people of Camden think about young people. I found that although they had a great deal to say, the majority of the answers we got were, in fact, positive and innocent, despite us reassuring them to be as honest as possible […]

Week 3 – Interviewing on the streets of Camden

NEWS : March 8, 2012

By Poppy (Year 7) On Saturday 11th February the whole of the Agents for Change group, including me, went to Camden Market and Tufnell Park and used 3 ways to gather public opinion in our community about stereotyping of youths and challenging the negative perceptions that exist. The first was interviews on camera, we had […]