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An innovative programme run by the National Youth Agency to get disadvantaged young teenagers interested in social action in their communities has received nearly £360,000 in funding from the Cabinet Office Centre for Social Action’s Youth Social Action Journey Fund.
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Briefing that highlights innovate practice of local authorities working in partnerships with young people to effect positive change.
The National Youth Agency workforce team is currently undertaking a review of the Level 2/3 Youth Work in Practice qualifications for youth support workers.
Shadow Chancellor and MP for Morley and Outwood, Ed Balls is one of a number of MPs who volunteered an hour of their time to a youth project in their constituency, as part of the National Youth Agency’s Youth Work Week.
A Durham youth worker has been unveiled today as the winner of the National Youth Agency’s Transforming Lives video campaign.
The National Youth Agency today unveiled a new bursary scheme for would-be youth workers across England.
The National Youth Agency’s independent commission to assess the value of youth work within formal education across England and Wales has published its final report. The commission found that found that...
The National Youth Agency works in partnership with a wide range of public, private and voluntary sector organisations to support and improve services for young people.