Who are we?
Chair of IYW
Communications and Website Lead
I recently completed an MSc at Cass Business School and have an ICSA Diploma in Charity Management. As an avid supporter of the voluntary sector as Treasurer of Cambridge’s CVS, and Exec Board member of a national education charity, and am a member of the Institutes of Fundraising, Chartered Secretaries & Administrators, and Public Relations.
Dr Brian Belton
Anam Hoque is a qualified youth worker who has been in youth work for over 30 years. Anam started youth work in the East End of London (Brick Lane) at 14 and has worked his way up the progression ladder. Anam for the past 20 years has been working in Youth Work Training & Workforce development for the statutory and teaching sector. Anam & colleagues developed the first youth work training courses in the country such as the VRQ, NVQ and Apprenticeship Youth Work programme when he was training co-ordinator for an FE College. Anam is also a qualified teacher and IQA and does lots of international youth work and international aid work. Currently Anam is working for a large housing organisation as its Senior Community Partnership Officer. One of Anam key goals is to see more BAME professionals in leading Youth Sector roles across the country!
Since starting a career in Youth & Community Work in 1990 I have always strived to provide a high quality service which builds from the needs of young people and involves them as equal participants in the design, delivery and evaluation of the services they receive.
An Honours Graduate in Informal & Community Education, through YMCA George Williams College. I have worked extensively both within the statutory and voluntary youth sectors constantly delivering a high quality service which includes centre based, outreach, detached and schools work.