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CLIConline is the national information and advice service for young people aged 11-25 in Wales.
The contract to deliver CLIConline is funded by the Welsh Government and supported by the European Social Fund.
The service is delivered by ProMo-Cymru and partners.
CLIConline provides its service in relation to Articles 13 and 17 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).
Information and advice is essential in helping young people to make informed choices about their lives on a range of topics including:
and links to support services that are available.
Qualified and experienced youth workers are able to give this information, and assist young people to:
- make informed decisions about the issues they face
- overcome the barriers to learning and
- provide short, medium or long term support.
The CLIConline project works with young people and local authorities to develop:
- local websites and
- local and national editorial boards led by young people.
The CLIConline collective is made up of the national site as well as local websites (External links):
- Anglesey (Defaid)
Blaenau Gwent (The BYG)
- Bridgend (Bwsted)
- Caerphilly (Youth4U)
- Cardiff (The Sprout)
- Carmarthenshire (Carmarthenshire Youth)
Ceredigion (Info Bay)
- Conwy (Young Conwy)
- Denbighshire (Electric Wire)
- Flintshire (Young Flintshire)
- Merthyr Tydfil (Merthyr Noise)
- Neath Port Talbot (N.P.T Shake)
- Newport (Young Newport)
- Powys (Powys Youth)
- Rhondda Cynon Taff (WICID)
- Swansea (Shouttawe)
- Vale of Glamorgan (Swoosh)
- Wrexham (Young Wrexham)
There are another 3 in development: