The Money Advice Service (MAS) recently announced investment in over 50 programmes that will build evidence of what works to improve financial capability, including among the young. Research has shown that advice and support is particularly important at key moments of transition in people’s lives.
NYA has been awarded support from the Money Advice Service’s What Works Fund to improve the financial know-how of young people taking their first steps on the career ladder.
Do you want to influence youth and community work training and qualifications for the 21st Century? Education and Training Standards Committee (ETS) is the body that provides professional validation for youth work qualifications in England, on behalf of the JNC for Youth & Community Workers.
Minister for Civil Society to support unparalleled youth sector event Nine of the UK’s leading youth charities are joining forces on 3 May to run the most significant youth sector event of the year.
A few thoughts from a new youth worker about the recent announcement from the government on young people’s mental health by Korina Tsioni
The first successful green tech projects funded by O2’s Think Big The Environment Now have been announced.
The Prime Minister’s landmark speech on mental health, pledging to tackle both poor provision and the stigma surrounding it, is a watershed moment for an issue which is as destructive as it is overlooked.
CLIC Sargent, the cancer support charity for children and young people, has been given a prestigious participation award. The charity received the Gold Hear By Right award from the National Youth Agency.
The National Youth Agency is delighted and proud to sponsor the CYPN Youth Work Award. Winner: New Horizon Youth Centre – The Youth Work Programme New Horizon Youth Centre has worked with vulnerable and disadvantaged young people for nearly 50 years – and its inspirational youth work programme is at the very heart of
The Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his Autumn Statement today.