Tag Archives: Youth Policy

12 Latest Insights Here On Amazing Generation Z

Following on from my recent post, Youth Work in a Time of Change, I wanted to share twelve insights I uncovered this year that will impact our understanding of Generation Z – young people aged 14 -21 years. The ideas … Continue reading

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Don’t take more … give it back!

I awoke this morning early; the echoes of a vivid dream burning in my mind! I was at a conference about young people’s policy. The whole tone of the conference reeked of ‘Do more, with less”; one of the more … Continue reading

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What an absolute sham! Positive for Youth Progress …

The only thing remarkable about this recently-published report is that it is 35 pages  long! How long it must have taken them to find sufficient information to produce it, heaven only knows? What it tells us about the progress on … Continue reading

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I will NOT let an exam result decide my fate!

This post is for those of you who’ve ever wondered about the place of youth work in the modern day! Pondered what its role is in a society where ‘achieving’ at school is the mantra … and where ‘qualifications’ are … Continue reading

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The Select Committee Report … helpful or not?

The much awaited report of the Education Select Committee on Services for Young People was published today. It is not hard-hitting … but does roast a few old chestnuts! It also tackles the Government on their perspective about young people in some … Continue reading

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