Upcoming Policy Networks
The Network of Regional Youth Work Units welcomes DCMS commitment to develop a 3-year strategy for young people. We want to work with the government, youth sector colleagues and young people to ensure that the strategy is a genuine cross-departmental initiative that takes into account the many different factors that impact on young people’s lives and does not concern itself simply with the elements that are included in DCMS’s current brie
Walking into the Guildhall on a Monday morning, where there were so many people in business attire and suits, made it feel all so daunting. But walking into the office for PYL for the first time all seemed such a new world for me, whilst thinking “finally I've entered...
Introduction In March I flew to Portugal with Laurie Fitzgerald of Ubele and Rasha Fara of FORWARD to attend PatHERways, an international seminar, funded by Erasmus +. This initiative intends to forge routes that lead more young women to greater civic activism. I was...
Through the of focus groups, the 25% project was an excellent opportunity to engage with a key subsection of civil society, young people. What was particularly heartening was their acute awareness of the state of society. More specifically, their insight into the...
The Skills agenda in the Government's recent Industrial Strategy Green Paper is an attempt to address the low skill low-wage equilibrium that has characterised the employment prospects for many young Londoners. It focuses on reversing the low literacy and numeracy...
- Disabled Young People and Employment
24th July 12:00 – 3:00
Partnership for Young London has been awarded funding by Trust for London for a two year programme that looks at youth unemployment. The aim of this programme is to improve employment policy and practice for young people in London. The focus is on combining youth voice with policy change; helping young people to campaign on employment issues and supporting that with research and roundtables.
- ‘TrustYouth’: Invest in Young People’s Potential through Asset Based Approaches.
17th August 4:30 – 7:00
Come and share your belief in young people at the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. This is an event for encouraging collective skills and resources to invest in young people’s potential and influence positive action.
- 22nd September – London Policy Network
- 1st December – London Policy Network
- Emerging Themes in Work with Young Men
- Partnership for Young London Position Paper 2017
- 25% – Young People’s Research Info Graphic
- Another Glass Ceiling – are Young Women Missing Out on Training and Employment Opportunities?
- Emerging Themes in Work with Girls and Young Women Briefing
- School Daze: A resource to help the voluntary sector partner with schools