We are joined by Dr. Howard Williamson CVO CBE FRSA FHEA for an honest chat about how COVID 19 impacted not only his family but his local community.
    Over 139,000  people have died so far from the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in the UK. The pandemic has affected every aspect of life: a rise in youth unemployment, mental health crises as well as a 30% increase of domestic abuse cases.
     Click on the video to find out more.


    The European Solidarity Corps UK team asked Theo Gavrielides, founder of two charities in London, for tips for young social entrepreneurs. He spoke about existing support, the importance of emotional capital and values. Click on the video to find out more

  • Watersports Youth Matter

    Have a look at our Water Sports Activities for young people in SE London!

    Sailing, canoeing, kayaking, and more!

    Please contact e-courses@rj4all.uk for more information.

  • Sailing the Mayflower to Equality and Justice

    Sailing the Mayflower is a youth-led project based in Rotherhithe, with the aim of commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage, increasing awareness by sharing the stories amongst the local community.

    Please don’t forget to check our dedicated page!

  • Who is FRED?

    Have a look at who we are and what FRED stands for!

    If you want to be part of our iniciative please e-mail e-courses@rj4all.uk!

  • My Life my Future

    My Life, My future’ is an exciting programme, presenting the youth of Southwark with options they might not have considered before, keeping them safe and diverting them away from harm and knife crime.

    Our project creates free workshops, allowing children and young people to take advantage of the opportunities that the area offers through educational, physical, and creative extracurricular activities.

  • A Chance for Change

    In our modern European societies, gender-based violence (GBV) continues to be a widespread phenomenon impacting on young people’s lives regardless of their religion, ethnicity, socio-economic status or level of education. There is also evidence to suggest that youth workers need more capacity to deal with this persistent phenomenon, putting emphasis on supporting marginalised groups of girls and young women as they tend to be more exposed to GBV. In response to thi, we have created our Chance for Change project! Please watch the video if you want to know more!

  • Mental Health Matters

    This project was created in order to enhance the skills, knowledge and experience of mental health professionals through the use of art and restorative justice values.

  • Youth Management Board in our own words

    Laura, a member of our Youth Management Board talks about FRED.