Since July 2014, we have been working in partnership with Barclays and youth charities Rathbone and UK Youth to deliver a programme that supports marginalised young people to make the transition into training or employment.
Nelly-Shella Yonga is from Cameroon and is on a commonwealth fellowship visiting the National Youth Agency. Leadership inspires transformation. Drawing inspiration from the words of President Nelson Mandela, “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure”.
The National Youth Agency has pledged its support to social action in a new commitment on the #iwill website during #iwill week (24-28 Nov).
Today is Takeover Day and I’ve decided to hijack the NYA blog page and talk a little bit about how the NYA is allowing young people to take over at every possible stage.
A Manchester based youth work project which has been operating in Moss side since 1965 has won this year’s Youth Work Award at the Children & Young People Now Awards, supported by the National Youth Agency.
The National Youth Agency is looking to appoint a digital delivery partner to support the O2 Think Big youth programme in the UK.
Takeover Day is coming to the National Youth Agency! On Friday 21 November we will be handing over the reigns of all our social media to our youth work apprentices.
Last week the entire youth sector descended on the Copper Box in London for the biggest youth sector conference, Creative Collisions, and of course National Youth Agency were proud to be a part of it!
Two of the UK’s top youth workers have been commended for their outstanding work with young people at a ceremony in the House of Commons. Flavia Docherty and Sharon Mccauley received their Youth Worker Award at the National Youth Agency reception attended by young people, colleagues and parliamentarians. Receiving her award from NYA CEO Fiona
Youth Work Week 2014 was better than ever and we would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who got involved.