- The Anti-bullying campaign group will work throughout 2013 to equip schools
and youth organisations with an anti-bullying policy they can
enforce to support them to effectively deal
with bullying. This model
anti-bullying policy will be developed in consultation with young
people, schools, colleges, youth organisations and national
charities including BEAT Bullying and NSPCC.
- Bridge the gap between employers and young people, concerning
work skills and work accessibility.
- Reduce the bias present in current careers services for young
- Further the “KYCC Certified” Scheme by getting more
employers on board
The KYCC Employment
Campaign Group is currently working really hard to improve
employment opportunities for young people in Kent. They want to
help bridge the gap between employers and young people. They have
been working on a Scheme called “KYCC certified” which awards
employers either a bronze, silver or gold award depending on how
much they improve young people’s employment rights in their
- Increase the availability age of the freedom pass with the
- More frequent buses and availability in rural/new areas.
Disability access must be made easily and increase disability
- To reach an acceptable balance between price of service and
- More friendly and approachable bus drivers due to their work in
the public sector.
Campaign members will be working locally to achieve the aims
but, will also be supporting British Youth Council’s Youth Select
Committee in their inquiry into issues and concerns around safe,
affordable and accessible transport for young people.