Upcoming Policy Networks
Friday 19th May – Policy Network provisional date
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...
Sandra Vacciana, Partnership for Young London 25% was a joint youth consultation initiative led by Partnership for Young London (PYL), the British Youth Council and London Youth, in collaboration with a range of partners including housing associations, local...
I pray the maturity of time doesn’t suck us into a maze of letters and number to re-align Statistics with no pulse, categorical acronyms with no soul – BAMER, NEET A youth lead approach is our solution, I see a future where youth panels are scrapped, our voice...
Place Making and Young People Place-making that isn’t a bad approach, I owe the think tanks a standing ovation such innovation could help my imagination catapult, Passed social housing blues to show the box tickers, statistics too have a pulse, Is my estate a giant...
Social pedagogy is becoming a much talked about concept for those working with children and young people. This way of working suffers from having a rather cumbersome title but it is really worth getting to know what it means as we believe it is an extraordinarily powerful and effective way of working with young people and their communities.
- Emerging Practice in Work with Boys and Young Men – 4th May 2017
Free networking event. The forum will provide an opportunity to explore our policy and practice regarding work with boys and young men. Attendees will have a chance to share aspects of their own work as well as gain knowledge from others.
- A briefing and workshop session on the London Ambitions programme. 16th May 2017 9.30-4.00 – This session will be an opportunity for the informal voluntary sector and Housing providers to find out more about the London Ambitions approach and assess how their work with young people can build on these principles to give all young Londoners a successful careers offer. To book a place please contact email@example.com
- Theory of Change – 18th May 2017
This 1 day free training session has been designed for those working with children and young people from small to medium voluntary and/or community sector organisations who are new to, or want to refresh their knowledge. For further information and to book a place please contact Kristine.Wellington@hcvs.org.uk
- 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