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Education is a human right stated in Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Sustainable Development Goal 4. Those who have completed higher education tend to have higher incomes. have better health and stronger relationships Therefore, it is important that young people stay in school. However, in the UK almost 800,000 young people aged 16-24 are not in education, employment or training. and rising levels of poverty especially in inner cities and poor areas raise concerns about violent crime

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Stefan, Senior Communications Consultant This reality was first seen when he started volunteering at Hackney Quest. One of the programs organized by Hackney Quest is providing education to young people outside of school. “It’s a challenging job. “Many young people feel that the system has failed them.” The charity recognizes that early intervention is vital.

The success of young people in school is highly dependent on the support they receive from outside. “For many young people, the support network has never been recognised. But it exists in the form of built confidence in participation in extracurricular activities. Informal tutoring from parents or even a safe and quiet place to do homework.”

In areas of high economic and social deprivation There are several resources for extracurricular support for young people. or where economic hardship is putting pressure on family life. The ability of young people to survive in their school life is greatly impaired.

This is especially the case for dedicated schools in the city. It sometimes brings value to the student’s well-being. Hackney Quest sees a case where strong disciplinary action leads to exceptions. Even if it is a minor breach of conduct. Instead of working with families and youth. “The school is passing the problem on to others.”

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Hackney Quest tries to fill the gaps that can go wrong outside the school gate. By offering after school and weekend activities a safe place to nurture their passions and support families – especially for young people who are starting to struggle at school. Hackney Quest helps children. and families struggling to adapt to the blight. They are the ones who “need help navigating the potentially unconventional and challenging school system” and are prevented from thriving in the same environment as their peers.

Stefan reflects on how Hackney Quest used the systems thinking approach he saw. schools to solve the problems with the exclusion of schools so that children have a successful path to education. It’s not just about school. But it’s also about families and local communities. and how they work together.”

“For me, this shows the tangible impact that charities have on young people. But it is the passion and sheer dedication of a small team. If you want to see an example of what it means to bring the idea of ​​purpose to you, in action, they are the perfect example.”

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