The National Youth Agency is pleased to announce that Youth Work Week 2015 will be held from 2 – 8 November.
If it weren’t for me saying yes to National Citizen Service back in 2012, three years ago, I wouldn’t have a direction in life. I wouldn’t be the person I am today.
The National Youth Agency and O2 and the Telefónica Foundation have been shortlisted for the Charity Times Award for Corporate Social Responsibility Project of the Year. The Awards which recognise excellence in UK charities, take place on 7 October.
Here are a few predictions for budget announcements likely to affect young people.
Youth unemployment is one of the biggest problems facing us in the UK. ONS figures indicate that whilst unemployment is falling, it’s not falling at the same rate for young people. There are also indications, described by think tank IPPR in a blog post here, that some young people are beginning to drop out completely
The National Youth Agency is backing McDonald’s report on soft skills. The report, published today, calls for a framework to embed soft skills into education and learning, so vital are they for employment and the UK economy as a whole.