The National Youth Agency is proud to work in partnership with organisations across the UK and around the world, working to advance young people's voice and place in society. The pages listed here include links to many of these organisations, as well as The NYA's own family of websites.
If you would like your organisation to appear in one of these lists, please send brief details to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, links are included on the basis that content within these sites will be relevant to our own key audiences, and those working in the youth work field.
Here are some useful and relevant links to and information about other programmes and agencies working with and for young people.
Partner sites and Programmes:
Youthinformation.com is the National Youth Agency's website for young people and those working with them.
The Federation for Detached Youth Work exists to support, promote and develop detached youth work. This will be based on the active participation of detached youth workers to ensure their needs are met through effective communication, advocacy, training, advice and information.
local.gov.uk is the gateway to news, information and resources from the Local Government Association and partner organisations offering support and services to local authorities.
Muslim Youthwork Foundation is an innovative and ground breaking national organisation that places young people at the heart of its purpose and function.
Participation Works is your hub for information, resources, news and networking on the involvement of young people in dialogue, decision making and influence across a wide range of settings.
Rural Youth Network is a unique organisation bringing together a diverse membership representing both the voluntary and statutory sectors who are engaged in work with young people as well as rural development.
Youth Access is the national membership organisation for young people's information, advice, counselling and support services (YIACS). Website: www.youthaccess.org.uk/
YouthBank is a new and innovative UK-wide grantmaking initiative run by young people for young people.
NOTE: The NYA does not offer endorsement to the organisations listed here and is not responsible for content of external websites.