The data from an extensive Erasmus funded international research project into the ‘Impact of Youth Work’ is culminating this month. The project led by Plymouth Marjon University involves three youth work organisations in each of the following countries; UK, Finland, Estonia, France and Italy.
This week (6-12 Nov) is Youth Work Week, the National Youth Agency’s annual celebration of great youth work in England.
Kayleigh Wainwright, Head of Membership and Youth Engagement at UK Youth Following the EU Referendum young people from UK Youth Voice – our national board of 16-25 year olds who sit at the heart of everything UK Youth does – undertook an extensive research project with young people from across the UK to identify
Before being thrown into the world of youth work, I had very little knowledge about the youth sector.
Alison Michalska, ADCS President, Corporate Director of Children and Adults, Nottingham City Council This blog first appeared on the ADCS website.
By Leigh Middleton, managing director of the National Youth Agency Youth services are vital and provide a lifeline for many young people. That’s the premise behind the theme of this year’s Youth Work Week, youth services: youth work for today and tomorrow.
Eight new green tech projects funded by The Environment Now have been announced. The grants programme, supported by O2’s Think Big in partnership with the National Youth Agency, offers funding, training, work experience and support to get young people’s green ideas off the ground. It is today (31 October 2017) announcing 8 projects worth £80,000.
National Youth Agency’s annual Youth Work Week campaign is nearly here! Youth Work Week provides an opportunity for youth organisations, youth workers and young people to celebrate their achievements and the impact of their work. This year it will be held from 6-12 November 2017.
The National Youth Agency has recruited four young people to play a pivotal role at the heart of their My Money Now programme.
Young people worry more about money than ever before. That’s according to a survey by the Young Women’s Trust, which surveyed 4,000 18- to 30-year-olds in England and Wales.