We have a host of campaigns, what suits you?
Do you need money adivce or do you want to add your tips on how other people could benefit from your advice, get involved!See More
Fancy a years free co-working membership at the Moseley Exchange; a place to meet, work and set new projects in motion.See More
We support young people looking to set up their own social enterprise, want to learn more? Click below!See More
We Are The One Mil was a local idenity campaign looking at how young people interact with decision makers, we spoke to loads of MP's, Cllr's and culture leaders.See More
Are you a blogger? You don't have to be a volunteer to write for us at Social Breakfast, as long as you are under 25 years old we want your views, email us yours in here.
In less than a months’ time Scotland goes to the polls in the referendum debate. South of the border in England there is a phrase that we have been hearing more than any other – ‘no matter what the result is in Scotland, this will mean we need to debate the constitution’.
Last week, the West Midlands made history, perhaps for the wrong reasons. On Thursday 21st August, an election took place to determine who would replace the late Bob Jones as Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Midlands. Only 10% of everyone eligible to vote in the election actually participated. Some £3.5 million of public money was spent on the election (mostly related to the costs incurred for keeping poll booths across the region open from 7 am to 10 pm), meaning that,effectively, every vote cost £20.
As part of the We Are The One Mil campaign, myself, Immy and Hamza had the opportunity to meet esteemed MPs, councillors and stakeholders in the city. Some of these kept to party lines, others were confrontational, some were explicitly honest (to the point that we felt uncomfortable revealing it all), but none were as instantly likeable as Bob Jones.
There's a bunch of people here at Social Breakfast with a range of different experience, we are here to help you make your point!
Launched in 2009, Social Breakfast is a social enterprise that supports young people (16-25 years) to actively engage in civic life and influence change. We work throughout Birmingham and the Black Country to help young people to build the confidence and skills they need to have a greater say in the decisions that affect them.
At Social Breakfast we encourage and support innovative and enterprising solutions from young people who are interested in learning more about how they can influence change. So whether you’re into music, photography, blogging or running your own business, we can support you to use your skills to create positive change.
We can help you get to where you want to be in your career!
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