toolkit

November 02, 2016
This toolkit was published by the Legacy of Hope Foundation, 2011. HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:In 2009, the Legacy of Hope Foundation (LHF) undertook the Bridging Our Communities Research Project. The fieldwork and gathering of data about promising healing practices and community-based initiatives took place in 2009. The analysis and assembly of the toolkit took place in 2010. The effort has been to profile outstanding examples of crisis intervention, healing, and decolonization and to develop an extensive set of practical promising healing practices that can be implemented...
April 15, 2016
This toolkit was published by the Adolescent Health Networking Group HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:Designed for busy providers, this toolkit addressess a complexity of issues through accessible, user-friendly resources including screening and assessment tools, evidence based best practices, and promising approaches, and health education handouts for youth/young adults and parents/caregivers. The toolkit series, developed locally, has been distributed and utilized by providers nation wide. This toolkit consist of five modules: adolescent health, body basics, understanding minor...
April 15, 2016
This toolkit was published by Youth Scotland HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:Grant holders are usually required to report on their projects by completing an end of project monitoring form or report. You may feel that the end of your project is the last thing that you need to think about just now. However, it is never too early to plan for what you’ll need to do to collect views from your young people and volunteers about the impact that the project has had on them. This easy to use pack is designed to guide you through how to plan and do a mini-evaluation of your project, and how...
March 02, 2016
This report was published by the Tony Blair Faith Foundation HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:All around the globe, education systems are struggling to prepare young people for the complex realities of a profoundly interconnected world. While many education systems are concentrating even harder on centralised curricula and standardised testing, there is a strong consensus that education should also give young people the soft skills that they need to make sense of, and play an active part in, a globalised society that is more closely integrated and interdependent than ever before....
January 08, 2016
This toolkit was published by the City of Vancouver and the International Centre for Sustainable Cities. HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:This toolkit addresses barriers to youth engagement by providing practical ideas that are effective and easy to use, and have been tested in the field by community organizations and cities.  This resource manual is written for adults who wish to engage youth in community planning. In the last decade, there has been a growing recognition by planners and community development practitioners that youth are an important population to involve in the...
December 02, 2015
This toolkit was developed by FCJ Refugee Centre. HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:Refugee, migrant and newcomer youth are met with challenges when attempting to access services and participate in programs in different areas such as: settlement, education, legal, employment, recreation, and the arts across the City of Toronto. This toolkit compiles insights on youth engagement from the voices of newcomer youth and newcomer youth serving organizations. The objectives of this toolkit are to promote promising practices and help ensure that newcomer youth are given equitable...
November 15, 2015
This video was produced by New York University Silver School of Social Work. HERE'S HOW THE CREATORS DESCRIBE THIS VIDEO:The National Association of Social Workers, New York City Chapter (NASW-NYC), New York University Silver School of Social Work and the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research are partnering to present a provocative, four-panel discussion series focused on applying NASW-NYC’s toolkit for fighting poverty to address racism, homelessness, hunger, and mental health in New York City.  
November 15, 2015
This toolkit was developed by Girl Effect. HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:The Girl Consultation Toolkit is a guide for individuals or organizations who wish to speak directly to girls in poverty. It includes a selection of tools to help hear from girls, understand their lives, uncover the issues and challenges they face and gather their opinions on how they want the world to change. This toolkit provides guidance to set up a workshop, run activities and analyze findings. It can be adapted as required to suit different requirements. Each of the tools outlined can be used either...
November 15, 2015
This toolkit was developed by Jennifer Wemigwans for the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centre. HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:This FASD Took Kit uses a Medicine Wheel to help front-line community workers explore issues, and find and apply appropriate tools and supports to address FASD at the community level. The Medicine Wheel is greatly valued by many First Nations as a holistic model for considering a variety of issues. This Tool Kit was prepared as a “user-friendly” resource to help front line workers working with children, youth, adults and families affected by...
November 15, 2015
This toolkit was developed by the National Mentoring Partnership (MENTOR). HERE'S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS TOOLKIT:Mentoring Immigrant Youth: A Toolkit for Program Coordinators is a comprehensive resource that is designed to offer program staff important background information, promising program practices, and strategies to build and sustain high-quality mentoring relationships for different categories of immigrant youth. Mentoring Immigrant Youth: A Toolkit for Program Coordinators acts as a supplemental guide to MENTOR’s How to Build a Successful Mentoring Program Using the Elements of...