Megan Wells, a University of Kent delegate at the National Union of Students (NUS) LGBT Conference proposed a motion in support of Metro's National Youth Chances (NYC) Project. The motion put forward the following resolutions:- 1. To support the 'National Youth Chances Project'. 2. To publicise the 'National Youth Chances Project' to as many LGBTQ young people in FE and HE education, encouraging them to get involved in the project. 3. To encourage LGBTQ young people in HE and FE education to take the 'National Youth Chances Project' in January 2012. The motion was passed unanimously and is now official NUS policy.
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During the 6 month programme, I developed a close relationship with my mentor. Knowing that I would have to talk to him honestly about what I did in the previous 2 weeks somehow forced me to be safe every time I had an encounter.
Sarah - Counselling
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Ebere - First Point
I wish this service was around when I was newly diagnosed. I felt my world had fallen apart around me and I didn't know which way to turn for support. You are offering a very valuable service.
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Joe - Mentoring
The programme had such an impact on my life that I decided to come on board as a volunteer mentor!
Simon - Mentoring
By discussing things at such an intimate level with my mentor, I really came face to face with some of the reasons why I was taking chances before.