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Applications for the latest round of the Life Chances Fund have now opened to support the development of Social Impact Bonds focused on helping children and young people.
The Prince’s Trust Macquarie Youth Index warns that more than a quarter of young people (28%) don’t feel in control of their lives, with concerns about job prospects, self-confidence and recent political events playing ...
The Minister for Civil Society has launched an independent review to look at the challenges and benefits of young people committing to full-time social action (more than 16 hours a week).
To mark national #iwill week, which celebrates the huge impact young people make through volunteering and social action, the Chief Nursing Officer for England explains why their work is so vital in this blog post.
Up to one in three young people seeking help from their local council because they are homeless or about to become homeless are being turned away unaided, new research has found.
This is the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Civil Society’s keynote speech on young people at the Ambition National Conference.
Using freedom of information requests, Barnardo’s found more than 800 care leavers in England were placed in B&Bs in 2014. Now, two years later, the figure has fallen to 525 – a drop of 35 per cent.
Girls in the UK are markedly less confident about their looks than they were five years ago, research by Girlguiding suggests.