Peace First Youth Social Justice Camps

Peace First Youth Social Justice Camps are month-long programmes aimed to equip young people 16-25 focused on a particular injustice with the tools they need to create change in their community. Over four 90 minute workshops young people will learn tools to create social action projects, receive subject matter related expertise in relation to the injustices and participate in a Europe wide community of like minded leaders.

At the end of the programme participants will be able to access the $250 mini grants to create social action projects in the community!

This May, Peace First will be running two social justice camps: Disability Rights (18 May to 8 June) and Education (20 May to 10 June).

If you are a young person interested in challenging injustices related to Disability Rights or Education sign up here.

Find out more details about each camp.

Listen to ambassadors talk about the camps in the IG Live UK/Europe episode.

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