• Current Projects

    Current Projects Read more Haiti Emergency relief.

    We made an appeal for the community to help us fill and send a barrel and the community came back and gave us massive support.
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    Current Projects Read more Know-the-Ledge

    Know the ledge so you don't fall off the edge. What is the edge? The precipice above an abyss of lack of knowledge of self, confusion and a lack of self esteem and a lack of awareness of ones contribution to Britain and the world.
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    Current Projects Read more Know The Ledge 2

    Respected historian and researcher Robin Walker and Cipher J.E.W.E.L.S will be doing a free workshop for people of all ages and backgrounds at the Mockingbird Theatre at The Custard Factory in Birmingham on Sunday 20th September at 3pm.
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    Current Projects Read more The Commonwealth world war i

    The contribution of the Commonwealth to the British World War I effort: Legacy and Impact
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    Current Projects Read more Knowtheledge

    The objective of this project is to create cohesion between the different people that live within the Northwest area of Birmingham primarily Handsworth, Newtown, Lozells and Winson Green.In these areas there are established Black African Caribbean, British Indian, White British, White Irish, African, Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities and there are now young people from newly arrived communities from Somalia, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
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    Current Projects Read more Youth Music Project

    Our Lambeth based project was for young people aged 13 - 18 in partnership with Indigo Youth.
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    Current Projects Read more The Hip Hop Conference 1972 beyond still strong

    7EYA (7E Youth Academy) & The Drum Bring one of hip hops all time legends to Birmingham to perform live as part of all day celebration called The Hip Hop Conference celebrating the greatness of Hip Hop culture and its influence and importance to shaping youth culture globally.
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    • Past Projects

      Past Projects Read more Schools Program

      Schools Programme is a comprehensive 10 week programme that built capacity and resilience to resist negative behaviour and the influences of such behaviour.Also, to empower young people to reject gang culture, give young people the tools to deal with their aggression, anger management and to achieve their potential within their education. We also trained mentors and teachers to spot the signs of young people involved in gangs, criminality and anti social behaviour.
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      Past Projects Read more Beyond Midnight University 2007

      Beyond Midnight University was a very innovative youth project which developed partnerships between South Birmingham College, Youth Services, West Midlands Police, Choice FM London, SRB4, Channel AKA and Galaxy FM Birmingham.
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      Past Projects Read more Beyond The Windrush

      This project has been one of the most informative, intriguing and remarkable project that I myself and we at 7E Youth Academy have ever been involved in.
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      Past Projects Read more Olive Branch

      Olive Branch was a pilot project for working with youth in 2005. Supported by Birmingham Youth Service and based in the Jewelry Quarter a safe zone for young people throughout the city.
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      Past Projects Read more Beyond Midnight University

      Beyond Midnight University was a project that grew out of the success of the Olive Branch Project. We worked in partnership with other organisations to make the project bigger. South Birmingham College provided tutors and accreditation of academic courses.
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    • Toolkits

      Toolkits Read more The commonwealth world war I toolkit

      More information on World War 1 and the Commonwealth.
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      Toolkits Read more Methodology

      When we run our project where integrating 2 different communities is key we tend to apply a methodology known as “Contact theory”.Contact theory an sociological theory based on how to minimize stereotyping and discrimination.
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      Past Projects

      Past Projects Read more Beautiful Birmingham

      We approached this project with great enthusiasm for how it would affect the local musical industry in Birmingham, how it would benefit all the artists involved and also how it would benefit the arts and culture within Birmingham as a whole.
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      Past Projects Read more Youthful Expression

      This project was a project to address the growing radicalization of Muslim youth in Sparkbrook and surrounding areas.
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      Past Projects Read more Sankofa Pupil Referral Unit

      7E Youth Academy ran a pupil referral unit for young people excluded from school. Our clients were referred to us from Pupil Connect a special team within Birmingham Education department.There were also pupils referred to us by Connexions and the Youth Service. All our clients had either been permanently excluded from school. Some had severe educational or behavioural special needs. A significant number of our clients had suffered from physical or sexual abuse.
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      Past Projects Read more Four Estates Anti Knife project

      This project was designed to engage young people who have been participating in gang violence and specifically knife or gun crime.Our objective was to engage with these young people, talk to them, mentor and guide them onto a pathway to the exit from anti social behaviour towards a positive future.
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