Time & Location
14 Oct 2020, 14:00 – 16:00
About the Event
Join us for a discussion about Open Access Youth Work and the report A Narrative Review of Impact
Our recent research report looking at the available evidence on the impact of open access youth work has added to the strong narrative emerging from other research (particularly in Scotland). This narrative highlights the role of open access youth work in young people’s lives, including their learning and development, health and wellbeing, safety, and relationships. It also draws out the ‘features’ of open access youth work that contribute to impact. But how should we use this narrative? How can it support and improve the quality of practice? How can it influence future investment into open access youth work? What does it mean for how we evaluate open access youth work in the future?
This session will have presentations from:
Bethia McNeil – Centre for Youth Impact
Tania de St Criox – King College London
Phoebe Hill – Researcher
We will also have a panel with representation from DCMS, the National Youth Agency to talk through the impact of this research and how we need to raise the profile of youth services.
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