Our young people experiment with light and photographic composition techniques to capture personality on camera. Read more
In the podcast "Extreme Misogyny and Sexism", our young people discuss misogyny in the wider world and how people can be radicalised by sexist beliefs. Read more
Our young people explain the importance of digital safety in the podcast "Online Safety: combating clickbait, fake news, exploitation, and more". Read more
Alie joined our Aiming High project in October 2022. Aiming High is a three year project that runs in Newcastle, Gateshead, South Tyneside, Sunderland and North Tyneside funded by The Santander Foundation. Read more
We believe young people have the right to be heard.
We empower them to express themselves, tell their stories and change their lives.
Join us for 3-days of social action activities taking place in the October half-term holidays.
Young people at New City College discuss the warning signs of online exploitation and explain where to seek help if this is happening to you.
In their podcast "Let's Talk about Fake Friends", the young people at New City College, London discuss peer-on-peer exploitation and what to do if you think you are trapped in a fake friendship.
In this short film, young people address a common misconception adults have about young people: that they are always on social media. This stereotype presents young people as disengaged and absent, when really young people have many reasons why they use their phones.
Students explore the origin of the Coronavirus in this documentary about how COVID impacted the lives of students in Tower Hamlets and share the importance of stopping the spread of mis and disinformation.
Jed, Zayd and Adrika explore the impact mis and disinformation has on young people as well as the world around them in the documentary 'Is it all fake?'
Our young people experiment with light and photographic composition techniques to capture personality on camera.
One of our latest London Green Champions, Nanak, shares his opinion on his favourite part of the project and what he has been doing to help improve his local green spaces.
Headliners (UK) is delighted to announce that the charity has achieved the London Youth Bronze Quality Mark Award for 2022 to 2025
On the 23rd August Headliners (UK) took part in Tower Hamlets' local family festival, All Points East in the Neighbourhood, as part of our London Safe Spaces project.
Young people at the Dryden Centre share their work as they explore mental health and identify skills to become more resilient and confident.
Fionn, Theo and Melanie delve into the fraught issues of the portrayal of women in the media.
As part of our Breaking Through the Headlines project, Malak questioned how toxic masculinity impacts young people within the Tower Hamlets community.
As our Autumn NCS comes to an end we look back at the journey our staff & young people have had. Read more
Hear what young people have to say about the effect Headliners has had on their lives