Over 250 young people attended the Youth Oskar 2011 event, which was held at the Royal Festival Halls. More than 20 awards were presented to young people, who had been nominated by clubs and charities from across London.
Amongst the winners was Yoje Kikanka who represented CBHA youth. He was nominated because of his willingness to democratically represent young people in the community at events. He scooped the award for being an Inspirational Young Person.
Aisha White was also nominated for representing young people and volunteering at her local youth club sessions where she peer mentors young people. She equally recieved an award for sports and volunteering
Finally there was an award for best supporting adult, which went to CBHA’s Youth Worker Judy Griffith. She was nominated for the work she does in her community and picked up Youth Worker of the year award.
Well done to everyone who worked hard in making the event possible and the young people involved in the OurSay OurWay project who didn’t get mentioned.