Priority 1-54 delivers creative and interactive training & workshops on a range of issues: safeguarding, children’s rights, Prevent, anti-bullying, youth loneliness, digital resilience and online safety, mental health & wellbeing, friendships, identity, discrimination, gender equality, toxic masculinity, youth participation and youth voice.
In keeping with our name, our work is underpinned by the 54 articles laid out in the United Nation Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).
We are a registered CIC based in Brighton, but with a national focus, and co-founded in 2016 by Tom Goulden and John Khan.
Tom Goulden is our Youth Voice & Arts Educator with over 15 years’ experience of using inclusive and creative arts-based approaches to engage children and young people and promote learning and understanding. Tom also offers intensive individualised interventions and specialist targeted support in schools and youth settings.
John Khan is our Lead Trainer and Facilitator with over 23 years’ experience designing and delivering training programmes and the successful implementation of wellbeing, Prevent, online safety and transition programmes in schools and youth settings. John has worked for a number of children’s rights organisations including Save the Children, the National Children’s Bureau and the Anti-Bullying Alliance.