What should I know?

According to the United Nations, as a young person you have a right to evolving capacities and development. This means that you should feel comfortable in the spaces where you get support. Spaces should feel friendly and welcoming to young people, rather than cold, formal, or intimidating.

What might help me?

  1. Feeling comfortable and confident in the space where you get support – are you asked what you think of the design or layout?
  2. Being able to express yourself and move around the space without fear (it should be safe for you to go to the toilet!)


Queer Futures 2 – Know Your Rights to SPACE video

Development (Article 6)

Evolving capacities (Article 5)

To listen to what is written on this page, click below

River* (young person) said “we all need a space to be real and decompress so having this space where we can access that is really valuable and is sometimes the only real break some trans people get.”

*These quotations use pseudonyms and have been anonymised to protect participant’s identity.

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