We believe young people have the right to be heard.

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


Tea in The Park has returned!

How does it feel for young people being back at work after lockdown?


Author: Aidan Campbell

'Racism between team mates': A Discussion

A tweet in the football world made us question why people still think racism is okay?



Kinnections - We are Family

What does family look like to young people who are looked after by relatives?


Author: Audrey Mullan

Under my Skin

Young people research issues such as home and belonging, identity and stereotypes through photography.


Author: Katie Thiselton

Money/ Nature: The Big Issue

An investigation into money and how it affects our connection to nature


Author: Zahrah Vawda

State of Mind

In general Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) young people only access mental health services at crisis points. Headliners reporters investigate the issues.


Author: Katie Thiselton



  • Tesco Mobile supports Headliners (UK) to keep young people connected

    Headliners were delighted to secure a significant donation from Tesco Mobile with the help of Business in the Community’s COVID response Read more

  • Headliners (UK) COVID Update

    As the situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve across the United Kingdom, Headliners (UK) wanted to update our young people, partners and funders on what our charity is doing to ensure the health and safety of our workforce, young people and the continuity of our charitable operations. Read more

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    Headliners (UK) empower vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people to have a voice. Read more

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    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