Creative Pathways Environmental Design introduced young unemployed people to nature, environmental awareness and green skills through practical, creative and fun projects. The project was run by Impact Arts, a forward-thinking community arts organisation which uses the arts and creativity to enable and empower social change.
  • The project engaged 622 young people on 12 week courses
  • 417 young people progressed into employment, volunteering, apprenticeship, training, learning or education
  • 363 young people completed an accreditation
  • 15 urban and green spaces were transformed
As a result of the programme, Impact Arts has established a youth steering group, appointed a young trustee and carried out a year-long Listening Project to ensure its young people are heard, respected and advocated for.
You can read more about the Creative Pathways Environmental Design project in this blog and here for more details of Impact Arts’ current youth programmes. If you want to learn more about the success of this project, have a look at the evaluation report here.