Social action helps and empowers any person, especially young people, to really make a difference in the community where they live.
The National Youth Agency has been shortlisted for the prestigious charity of the year at the Charity Times’ Awards.
Supporting young people to explore their place in the world or an undervalued and misunderstood profession – the National Youth Agency is celebrating its 50th anniversary by asking people ‘what does youth work mean to you?’
The National Youth Agency has been operating for 50 years. We began as an information centre for youth services at the National College for the Training of Youth Leaders in Leicester. Since then we have been the National Youth Bureau before becoming the National Youth Agency.
The National Youth Agency has launched its Vision for Youth Work in England. The publication sets out the charity’s aim that by 2020 every young person will have access to high quality youth work in their community.
The National Youth Agency (NYA) is pleased to announce that Youth Work Week 2014 will be held from 3 – 9 November.
It is a very difficult time to be young. The recession has hit young people particularly hard, with youth unemployment hovering just below a million and not showing much response to the green shoots of recovery.
The Hub is managed by NYA and is run by a small team (The Hubbles) it’s made possible by O2 with support from Telefonica foundation. We are the new arrival to what is now known as Tech City. 16 Hoxton Square is now a perky people place!
The awarding organisations of England and Wales are working with the the National Youth Agency and ETS Wales to review the qualifications for Level 2 and Level 3 Youth Work in Practice.
The partnership that brought you Barclays Money Skills ‘champions’ is delighted to offer a free one day training course for professionals working with young people : Money Skills for Young People – using the financial capability toolkit developed by Barclays.