We believe young people have the right to be heard.

We empower them to express themselves, tell their stories and change their lives.


Should we stay or should we go?

Headliners quizzed two former British Prime Ministers, Tony Blair and John Major, on how they viewed the big question of the day, Brexit.


Author: laurence mcclenaghan

Stepping Stones

What is the impact of cuts to semi-supported accommodation on vulnerable young people?


Author: Sam Hepworth

A Stitch in Time

What drives so many young men to attempt suicide and what can be done to help them?


Author: Sam Hepworth

The Choice

Why do some young people start selling drugs and what are the consequences for their friends and family?


Author: Sam Hepworth

Making Sense of Autism

Young people on the autistic spectrum create their own sensory room


Author: Sam Hepworth

What a Load of Stereotyping

When it comes to the way people dress you should never judge a book by its cover


Author: Sam Hepworth



  • New Website

    Headliners (UK) has launched its new website which will showcase young people's stories, campaigns, videos and podcasts on issues that are important to them. Read more

  • Rise in Grime

    Headliners has been awarded a £40,600 grant by the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop a project examining the role of Grime Music in the cultural development of London. Read more

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    Case Studies

    Hear what young people have to say about the effect Headliners has had on their lives

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    Our partner organisations describe what it's like to work in collaboration with Headliners