We are the trusted media for young people in Hull. We are a collaborative projects ran by a 14 – 21 Editorial Board with some clever professionals helping us to make our content.

We create videos, blogs and post that start the conversations and debates, that enables you to educate and support yourself and each other through well-informed, powerful and relatable content that just says things as they are without being patronising or judgmental.

You’ve found our website, but you’ll find most of our stuff and our community hanging out here:

Who’s doing GYB?

Got Your Back is run by an Editorial Board of young volunteers who live, work or study in Hull. What we talk about through GYB is shaped by the Board but also by our followers and by research with local people.

The work to build and run Got Your Back is supported by NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning on behalf of the Hull Place-based Board. Social marketing company eskimosoup is using their expertise to help make this all possible.

As well as creating and sharing stuff that is of interest to young people in Hull on a range of topics on a monthly basis, we also work with our board and groups of young people to create specific campaigns that we focus on throughout the year.

Know the Line aims to help young people prevent abuse in teenage relationships.

You can learn more about the campaign here.

Find out more about the many campaigns for Got Your Back Hull.

You can learn more about our campaigns here.

A straight-talking, chatty, semi-comedy podcast hosted by our editorial board released every fortnight covering monthly topics such as Mental Health, School, Body Image and Sex Education

If you’re a professional or work for a service and are interested in keeping up to date with the Got Your Back Campaign, we devoted our Twitter to content that is especially for you

*Please note: All ways of contacting go through to Eski; the social marketing company who work on Got Your Back.

Got Your Back was funded and supported by NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group

If you want advice or someone to speak to call Childline 24/7 on 0800 1111