General Election 2017: Party Manifestos – policies for young people

Here’s a handy at-a-glance round-up of the political parties’ manifesto pledges affecting young people:

Blog: Mental health – we’re missing our window of opportunity

It’s mental health awareness week and in the past couple of years, the discussion on mental health has changed dramatically. It has transformed from a stigmatised condition shrouded in silence to a topic discussed openly by the future king.

NYA’s manifesto

          We’re calling on all political parties to focus on young people.

Blog: Supporting young people into employment in hospitality

This blog was written for the Sustainable Restaurant Association and  first appeared on Food Made Good blog site.

NYA is recruiting associates with youth sector knowledge and insight….want to join us?

NYA is expanding its associate network to support the following areas which underpin some of our key emerging work strands. If you have the knowledge and skills we are looking for, we would really like to hear from you. Please email us your CV, indicating your experience in these areas and we’ll be in touch.

Blog: The Environment Now – young people using technology to save our planet

Lily Freeston on launching the first innovative new projects from The Environment Now.

Mysterious workings of young minds explored at Creative Collisions

Leading youth sector conference announces programme for 2017

Budget 2017: What was in it for young people?

Here’s a quick round up of what the Chancellor announced today for young people.

National Youth Agency and UK Youth partnership discussions

Over recent months NYA and UK Youth have been exploring opportunities to partner more closely together.

Youth work support for financial capability – let us know your views!

The Money Advice Service (MAS) recently announced investment in over 50 programmes that will build evidence of what works to improve financial capability, including among the young.  Research has shown that advice and support is particularly important at key moments of transition in people’s lives.