Building a Stronger Britain toolkit – Speak Out

This toolkit is designed to be used with young people aged 11+ to stimulate discussion, thought and reflection around key themes such as identity, belonging, diversity and community. Actively addressing these issues encourages young people to build meaningful relationships with their peers and develop a strong sense of their identity, therefore reducing the risk posed

Time Out: Re-Imagining Schools – COVID-19

This paper builds on the insights from the ‘Out of Sight?’ research report, on the known and emerging needs of young people through COVID-19, published by the National Youth Agency (NYA) in April 2020. We explore the role of youth services and youth work in schools and colleges, and the impact of the pandemic on vulnerable

Detached Youth Work Guidance – 15.06.2020

This publication sets out the basics of detached youth work and other non-building-based forms of youth work, and locates them in the context of COVID-19. Please click the cover below to download    

Hidden in Plain Sight – Gangs and Exploitation

Hidden in Plain Sight – Gangs and Exploitation, A Youth Work Response to COVID-19 This new report includes insight from the front line of youth workers on their increased concerns for street-gangs and organised criminal gangs. The importance of youth services has been stressed by national police chiefs, the Children’s Commissioner for England and recent

Out of Sight: Vulnerable Young People: COVID-19 Response

   

Exploring the connection between social mobility and financial capability

The National Youth Agency is a member of the Single Guidance Financial Body (formerly Money Advice Service) Young Adults Steering Group and this report explores the idea that better financial capability can improve the social mobility of disadvantaged young people by helping raise awareness of the implications of financial decisions in the short, medium, and

Youth services in England: changes and trends in service provision

Youth services in England changes and trends Youth services in England: changes and trends in service provision. November 2014.  

NYA Vision for Youth Work to 2020

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 report lays out the steps needed to make its vision a reality, examining the role of local government, the business community, the youth work sector as well as providers and

NYA Audit 2007-08

The NYA Local Authority Youth Services Annual Audit collected information on expenditure, workforce and outcomes from local authority youth services. It focused on the youth service managed through the local authority.  The final audit was completed with information relating to the financial year of 2007/08. NYA Audit 2007-08

Youth premium

The NYA’s commission into sufficiency of the youth offer, made an important recommendation that central government establish a targeted Youth Premium. Similar to the Pupil Premium in formal education, it will ensure disadvantaged young people get access to high-quality youth work support. YouthPremium