We are excited to launch our brand new, free information sessions for professionals who work with, or have an interest in working with young people.

These sessions will look at the services currently on offer at The Corner, as well as giving you an opportunity to ask us any questions you may have.

These sessions will be taking place online, via Microsoft Teams on:

Friday 1st October and Friday 5th November 2021 from 10.30am-11.30am
You only need to register for one of these sessions.

To book your place, please email tay.office.corner@nhs.scot with your preferred date and the names of the participants from your organisation who are interested in attending. We will send you out a Microsoft Teams link ahead of time, to the email address that you contacted us on.

You can discover further resources on our Professionals page and contact us here if you have any questions or will require support during this online session.

Purple Friday is LGBT Youth Scotland’s annual fundraising day.

This takes place on the last Friday of each month of February to mark the end of LGBT History Month. Their annual fundraising day is an integral part to keeping their youth work services running across Scotland, including Dundee.

Here at The Corner, we stand against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, and fully support our colleagues at LGBT Youth Scotland to help make Scotland the best place for LGBTI young people to grow up. During our staff training day on Wednesday 24 March 2021, we took part in LGBT Youth Scotland’s Pass The Torch Relay challenge where our Health Outreach Worker, Caroline reminded us all about the importance of Purple Friday and LGBT History Month.

To support the work that our colleagues at LGBT Youth Scotland do, you can visit their website here.

RE-FORMATION was a community art project celebrating and promoting young people’s ideas, skills and achievements as part of Scottish Government’s Year of Young People 2018.

It was a large-scale city wide partnership project, co-designed and delivered by young people from school and community groups. The project successfully transformed the pedestrian area of Reform Street, covering the cobbles with inspirational words and images to create a vibrant and uplifting atmosphere for the wider community. 10 community groups created individual designs that collectively carpeted the street.

The art installation was an ambitious and exciting display, demonstrating young people’s perspective of youth culture. The artwork included themes such as equality, diversity, ambition, inclusion and explored stereotypes and mental health.

The project culminated in a live event on Saturday 29th September and Sunday 30th September 2018 where participating groups transferred their designs onto the street as a temporary art installation.

Read more about RE-FORMATION in an article published by The Courier here