• What We Do

    Europeace Youth is made up of a group of individuals who have come together to provide integrated services to young people, their families and communities that are based on shared values and preferred outcomes
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  • How We Do

    With an innovative methodology for working with vulnerable groups that underpins all our services
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  • Why we do

    We believe it is our responsibility to implement the values, lessons and philosophies that we have learnt over the last 20 years for those most at need
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  • Why EPY?
  • Our Clients
  • Training Courses
imagePrinciples, Practices, Qualities, Theories, Environment,+

EPY Framework

imageCurriculum Innovation, Mentoring & Therapeutic Interventions, Research and Training+

Transformational Practice

imageReflexive, Non-Oppressive, Inter-Disciplinary, Deliberate+

Weaving effective services


Our focus is to work with young people and their families

Vulnerable young children, their families and their communities. Young refugees, new arrivals, migrants and unaccompanied foreign minors NEETS, youth offenders, prisoners and their families.


Our Training Courses include:

(1) Europeace Youth Framework (Mention aspects) (2) Mention Volunteers in Community and Social Capital course explanation Mentoring, (3) Supervision, Group work, working with Families, building and maintaining networks, (4) Non-Oppressive Practice, Europeace Youth Framework, (5) 21st Learning Characteristics & Partnership working.


CEO - Brian De Lord


Brian De Lord has undertaken a number of diverse roles in the education and social care fields. He has worked in the public and voluntary sectors ranging from practitioner to academic. Having founded Pupil Parent Partnership in 1994 as a response to the Southall riots, Brian led the organisation from one practitioner supporting 15 young people to an Ofsted registered Independent School with 3 sites in West London and 150 pupils.

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Projects Photos

image IMPRO-F a Leonardo Programme funded European partnership project. Telsiai (Lithuania) +
image MERLINO an ISEC (DG Home Affairs) funded European partnership project. Tallinn (Estonia +
image IMPRO-F a Leonardo Programme funded European partnership project. London (UK) +

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Mission Statement

The advancement of education, and the relief of those in need by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage.

Specific Objectives

  • To identify and assess the emotional & educational needs of the client-group.
  • To provide a coherent and effective response to these needs
  • To orchestrate the partnership response, particularly, in terms of progression of the client
  • To build social capital into the supporting environment, ensuring sustainability

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