Real Human Being will be presented to year 8/9 secondary school pupils and young people engaged with the local Youth Service across the Bridgend area.
What does LYS stand for?
LYS stands for Local Youth Service (Ireland)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 22 other meanings of LYS in our Acronym Attic
- Last Year Rate
- London Youth Rowing
- Longyearbyen, Norway - Svalbard (Airport Code)
- Love You Really
- Lake Yacht Racing Association
- Literature for Young Readers (Youngstown State University; Youngstown, OH)
- Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center
- Lead Yard Services
- Local Yarn Store
- Love Your Space (professional organization services; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
- Love Yourself
- Lyon, France - Satolas (Airport Code)
- Lysine (Amino Acid)
- Lafayette Youth Soccer Association (Lafayette, LA)
- Lebanon Youth Soccer Association (Ohio)
- Liberal Youth South Asia (Sri Lanka)
- Lincoln Youth Soccer Association (Lincoln, RI)
- Loudonville Youth Soccer Association (Loudonville, Ohio)
- Lowell Youth Soccer Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Foundation works to improve the quality of life for teens living in urban communities and distributes funds to support local youth service and enrichment programs nationwide.
Enter the local youth services focused on care and prevention.
The child is being cared for by the local youth services.
It is funded by Barnet Refugee Service, the local youth service, Connexions, and the Tricia Landau Foundation.
And in Amington, Tamworth, local artist Claire Wood and architects Sjolander da Cruz are working with a local youth service to discuss ideas for developing facilities for young people in the area.
A SENIOR Birmingham councillor fears more of the city's youngsters face ending up in prison because local youth services are being run "on the cheap".
Fairbridge International and the Southeast Asian Coalition Center to work with immigrant and refugee youth in Worcester who, because of cultural differences, are not comfortable with local youth service agencies.