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Wired4Music deliver youth voice consultation in Haringey in partnership with Roundhouse

Last week Wired4Music staff and young people co-facilitated an interactive session looking at musical journeys and opportunities for young people in Haringey. In the Transmitter Room of the glorious Alexandra Palace, the session brought together musical young people aged 16-25, as well as organisations working with young people. The group looked at career pathways and opportunities to progress, explored creative opportunities available in Haringey and across London and discussed the future of music for young people, feeding in to a London- wide conversation highlighted by the Wired4Music manifesto. It was fantastic to be joined by head of Haringey Music Service Peter Desmond, as well as colleagues and young people from Jacksons Lane, Haringey Shed, Homes for Haringey, Everyone’s Climbing Tree and New River Studios. Lamar, 17 told us “that was a really, really good meeting” and Jason from Homes for Haringey took away a range of activities to continue the discussion with the young people he works with in Tottenham and Wood Green. The consultation will be followed by a report produced by Wired4Music which will be available in early 2015.

Wired4Music and Roundhouse conducted a series of similar consultations in Enfield last year and you can view the final report here >


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