RECLAIM's young people team up with Leigh Centurions to call time on ‘toxic masculinity’
RECLAIM's Leigh Lads (aged 12-13) have joined forces with professional rugby league club, Leigh Centurions, and Prevention of Young Suicide charity, PAPYRUS, to reject dangerous stereotypes about how to be a man and raise awareness about preventing male suicide #TalkToUsStayWithUs.
FULL TIME FIERCE
Young female leaders aiming to smash the hierarchy by being unapologetically bold.
Our young women are sick of the rhetoric about females and the discrimination many systematically face simply by virtue of being female! So RECLAIM have brought together a diverse group of women from working class communities for a project that will combat the barriers in their way to leadership #FullTimeFierce.
STOP THE NASTINESS
RECLAIM's young activists set up the #IfWeDidThis campaign to put an end to politicians using violent and de-humanising language.
"Young people like us are being shown an appalling example by some of our politicians and are being put off getting involved as a result. Please sign our petition to make politics a place of respect, honesty, and dignity. #IfWeDidThis we’d be labelled troubled and violent."
RESPONSE TO COVID-19
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has further exposed and exacerbated a deep inequality in society that RECLAIM has been working to address for over a decade.
Find out more about how RECLAIM and RECLAIM's young people are responding to the on-going challenges and inequalities faced by the working-class community during the global pandemic.
listening to the experts
New report finds Manchester’s violent crime won’t be solved without listening to young people.
A new report launched today finds that young people across the city feel their knowledge is too often missing in debates on how to tackle the rise in knife crime.