Positive About Potential

Our new programme, funded by Trust for London, will combine youth voice with policy change; helping young people to campaign on employment issues and supporting that with research and roundtables.

Vision for Young Londoners

A Vision for Young Londoners is a cross-sector alliance of over 80 organisations, setting out a unified strategy and set of values to help deliver a brighter future for London’s young people.

Demonstrating Impact

Partnership for Young London has recently been awarded 3-year funding from City Bridge Trust to support the voluntary, community and statutory sectors to evaluate their work.

Upcoming Policy Networks

Recent blogs

LGA: Give NCS cash to councils to fund year-round youth work

Updated paper from the Network of Regional Youth Work Units   LGA: Give NCS cash to councils to fund year-round youth work    This call is far from surprising and we welcome the pragmatic approach of the LGA as part of their Brighter Futures campaign.  It’s a...

Last day of term brings progress on the European Social Fund

As MPs packed their bags for recess, the last day of Parliament brought some big news for the employment support sector. In amongst the twenty one written ministerial statements bundled out of the door before the end of term, two offered details on the European Social...

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Recent reports

18th September Social Media Drop in Session. Guildhall. We’re holding a drop in session so we can get as many voices as possible to put to policymakers.We will be recording videos, writing experiences and taking pictures.To register or email Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk to find out more.

16th October #10-2 Young Parents Campaign- Roundtable City Hall. Following the research report which set out to understand the experiences of parents in London aged 25 and under, specifically focusing on the challenges and opportunities London’s young parents face entering the workplace and maintaining employment. Register or email zoe.nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk to find out more.

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