Association of Colleges is the national voice for further education, sixth form, tertiary and specialist colleges in England. They are a not-for-profit membership organisation, making up 95% of the sector - transforming 2.2 million lives each year.
The British Youth Council empower young people aged 25 and under to influence and inform the decisions that affect their lives. They support young people to get involved in their communities and democracy locally, nationally and internationally, making a difference as volunteers, campaigners, decision-makers and leaders.
Eurodesk is a European youth information network that promotes European awareness and opportunities to go abroad. It raises awareness on learning mobility opportunities, encouraging young people to become active citizens. Eurodesk is the main source of youth information on European policies, mobility information and opportunities.
The Global Learning Association is a not-for-profit company formed in 2012 and comprising a collective group of Associates who offer practical support for global education and collaborative work with partner schools. Through their contracts they manage accreditation of all International School Award and Connecting Classrooms applications, offer their flagship in-service training course ‘Global Pathways to Excellent Education’ in schools across England and run Erasmus Key Action 1 training courses for teachers from the UK and elsewhere in the EU.
International Newcastle leads on Our Newcastle Our World – an international relations city plan and framework for action. International Newcastle’s priority activities focus on the vision of Newcastle as an international city for children and young people to be active and confident global citizens.
Students’ Union UCL provides a range of services that helps students make the most of university - and discover more about themselves. They offer over 300 clubs and societies, and run a selection of bars, cafes and shops on campus. They help students get involved in campaigning, volunteering, and even changing the way the university works.
The Economist Educational Foundation is an independent charity that was established in 2012 by employees of The Economist newspaper who were passionate about helping young people to engage with the news. Experienced teachers creatively collaborate with The Economist’s editorial teams to enable young people to join inspiring discussions about the biggest issues of our time. Their mission is to change young people’s lives by giving them the skills to think and speak for themselves about current affairs.
The Prince's Trust supports and inspires vulnerable 11 to 30-year old young people who are unemployed, and those struggling at school and at risk of exclusion, get their lives on track, do courses and start careers.