As part of the EYHC project, we brought 55 young people from 5 different countries together for 7 days at Brathay Trust in the Lake District. The purpose of the Blended Mobility event was to test the EYHC training content, which aims to upskill young people to become peer educators. In this short video we explore what impact the event had on the individuals that took part. A number of young people have remained involved in the project, you can view their case studies below:

The project has achieved the following impact:

  • EYHC has created high quality research & leaning resources that are relevant & fit for purpose.
  • 246 young people have supported the research & design & testing of the training which will enable others to develop the skills required to be an effective peer educator within their community.
  • 55 participants have become peer educators themselves.
  • 13 Young people have travelled abroad, as a direct result of EYHC, since the BM event.
  • 263 people attended multiplier events in 6 countries.
  • Over 550,000 people have been reached through online media, events, & dissemination of open-access resources.

Click here to view our latest infographic report

EYHC Blended Mobility - Young People's Impact

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