Leading the Way With Social Awareness Campaigns
Our campaigns for change cover a range of topics, from lobbying parliament for national policy change, to working with local authorities to trigger improvements on a local scale.
Sometimes, we need your help to make that happen. If you’re looking to get involved with our social awareness campaigns, some of the best ways to support NYAS include:
- Writing to you local MP
- Volunteering your time with us
- Contact our campaigns team with an issue YOU think deserves a campaign
- Help us make noise across social media
- Join our Campaigns Advisory Group if you’re a care leaver
Getting involved with any of the actions above helps NYAS to create positive changes for young people and adults across England and Wales.
Explore NYAS' Campaign Efforts
Explore all of the current social awareness campaigns that the NYAS campaigns team are actively working on. Learn more about our campaigns for change, stay updated on their progress, and discover how you can get involved.
Some of our campaigns for change are time specific, or have already achieved their aims and objectives. Here, you can explore the social awareness campaigns that NYAS have previously worked on, along with their social impact and successes.
Campaigns Youth Advisory Group
Are you aged 18-25 and have experience of life in care? Then you’re the perfect fit for NYAS’ Campaigns Youth Advisory Group. This group of passionate young people work with NYAS to effect real change for care experienced young people.
Are you passionate about making a change? If you want to use your voice to make a change for care experienced young people and adults across England and Wales, then our campaigning tips are a great place to start.
The Alliance for Children in Care and Care Leavers
The Alliance for Children in Care and Care Leavers is a coalition of organisations that work to support children in care and care leavers.
Keen to Get Involved?
If you want to get involved with NYAS' campaigning efforts, or you want to ask questions about our campaigns, just get in touch with our NYAS policy and research team.Send Us An Email
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