Find out more about our work and the projects we have designed and delivered with young people at The Future Melting Pot.
As the year draws to an end we find that reflection is often a widespread feeling. Here at The Future Melting Pot we have been taking some time to look back over 2016, and we...[Read More]
The 2nd of June 2016 saw the doors of Ward End Fire Station thrown open to the public for an EmployAbility Open Day, which sought to engage the community and raise awareness of local employment opportunities...[Read More]
The Future Melting Pot’s vision is simple; we dream of an economy that is sustained by developed young people!
We aim to build brighter futures for young people through education, training and employment, providing opportunities for...[Read More]
The youth of today are characterised as work-shy and unmotivated for true work. We vote the least, work the least and yet we are the most highly educated and literally possess the ideas of tomorrow....[Read More]
Over the past 2 months The Future Melting Pot has been conducting outreach work in a number of locations across Birmingham, aiming to gain an insight into barriers to employment facing young people. Action research...[Read More]
To complement the Youth EmployAbility project The Future Melting Pot has been working alongside Councillor Penny Holbrook and Liam Byrne MP to deliver Birmingham’s first Employers’ Convention scheduled for Friday 16th October at Highbury Hall. The event...[Read More]
TFMP’s NEET EmployAbility project aims to understand the barriers to employment faced by young people, employers and training suppliers. The initial stage of the project will be action research into barriers to employment for young...[Read More]
TFMP have been working in conjunction with the Blue Light Services and St John’s Ambulance in order to develop a youth emergency services forum, giving young people a voice in emergency service policy development. Furthermore...[Read More]
YRP is a six-month training course for young people not in education or employment. We first delivered this project in 2010 in the Aston, Soho, Nechells and Ladywood areas of Birmingham. It was so successful...[Read More]
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In the summer of 2011, a series of disturbances occurred in several English cities. Our ‘Outreach Citizen’s Inquiry’ project wanted to give frustrated young people the chance for their voices to be heard in a...[Read More]