The Young Campaigners Programme is a free five-month programme open to all UK-based 16 to 21-year-olds, kindly supported by Lloyds Banking Group.
The programme provides young people with the training and support needed for them to start campaigning in schools, colleges, universities and communities to tackle the discrimination and bullying of LGBT people.
Previous Young Campaigners have created videos, posters and blogs, and delivered teacher training and workshops to other students.
What we're looking for
We are looking for passionate, motivated and creative young people from all backgrounds to work with us to help create a world where everyone is accepted without exception.
What Young Campaigners do
Young Campaigners work closely with Britain's leading equality campaigners, whilst making new friends and joining a network with other young campaigners.
- The programme begins with a packed residential training event
- Young campaigners then spend the next five months researching, designing and delivering their campaigns
- At the end of the five months, we reunite to celebrate the campaigners' achievements at the Stonewall Youth Awards ceremony
How can you get involved
For the first time in autumn 2017, we will be running two residential programmes, so we'll be looking for twice as many Young Campaigners!
Applications for this programme will open in June.
Follow @stonewalluk on Twitter and check this page to keep up to date with information about the programme and application process.
If you have any questions about the programme please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Young Campaigners Programme was previously known as the Youth Volunteering Programme.
Gallery and video
Take a look at the pictures below to see some of the work that’s been done by our past Young Campaigners and watch the video from our Youth Awards