Woodcraft Folk is the co-operative movement for children and young people. They help children and young people to understand important issues about the world: the environment, world debt, global conflict and sustainable development. The work they do supports their young members to build a peaceful, fairer world, and to develop their own ideas, their self-confidence and their skills.  Woodcraft Folk works to ensure that young people’s voices are listened to and amplified, so they can take an active role in shaping our world and their future.

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As part of Woodcraft Folk pre-centenary celebrations UCL are hosting a reflection on Woodcraft Folk’s international activity and their impact on children and young people.

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UK Society for Co-operative Studies is registered in England and Wales as a charitable incorporated organisation Number 1175295. Our registered office is Holyoake House, Hanover Street, Manchester, M60 0AS.
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