‘Make It Happen Together’
Gwireddu'r Cyfan Gyda'n Gilydd
Tel 029 2046 2222
Unit 12, Royal Stuart Workshops
Adelaide Place, Cardiff, CF10 5BR
CLIC is the national information and advice website for young people in Wales funded by the Welsh Assembly Government and run by ProMo-Cymru.
The primary goal of CLIC is to provide all young people in Wales with information and advice, delivered in a way that is appealing and effective. ProMo-Cymru does this by incorporating tailored information, signposting and referral services within the content on the site.
If a young person submits an article about bullying, or watches a video related to this topic, they will also be shown a comprehensive list of anti-bullying organisations relevant to their area, along with the corresponding CLIC information page.
CLIConline.co.uk is the national website that acts as an umbrella for regional websites also developed by ProMo-Cymru. There are currently 11 live CLIC sites (including the National site) with nine more under development, and another Local Authority planning to join us in March.
The live local sites are:
TheSprout – Cardiff
Wicid – Rhondda Cynon Taf
Swoosh – Vale Of Glamorgan
ShoutTawe – Swansea
YoungNewport - Newport
YoungFlintshire – Flintshire
Defaid – Anglesey
Bwsted – Bridgend
Carmarthenshire Youth – Carmarthen
Young Wrexham – Wrexham
“CLIC is at the heart of the Welsh Assembly Government’s approach to providing information and advice for young people in Wales.”
“What makes CLIC so great is the way in which young people are engaged in its work. The more young people are aware of their rights, the more likely they are to access and realise those rights and gain benefit from them. This ultimately results in young people having better access to information, advice and support which in turn contributes to better outcomes for them in the long run.” Huw Lewis, Deputy Minister for Children
Read More about the CLIC project:
Read about the history of CLIC, its links to TheSprout project and the importance of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).
Read about how CLIC involves young people in the project and how they volunteer their time to contribute to the website.
Read about CLIC’s evaluation partnership with Arad, its quality framework and the youth inspectorate.
Learn about CLIC’s involvement with developing educational plans and materials for use by secondary schools.
Read about CLIC’s quarterly magazine and how it is distributed across Wales.
Sign up for CLIC’s weekly e-mail for young people.
Sign up for CLIC’s monthly e-mail for organisations working with young people.