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Young People Count 2016

This report is a follow up to our previous report from Engage London, Young People Count 2015, which details a guide to the different data sources that are available on the problems that young people face in the United Kingdom.


Drawn from official figures, such as the Office of National Statistics, and independent research by community and voluntary organisations, it covers the subjects of; health, youth employment, housing, crime, education, participation, and poverty.


The challenges that young people face are numerous, and interlinked, and are not easily addressed in isolation. Yet one thing is clear: young people are at a disadvantage compared to the rest of the population on almost every area.


Facing discrimination, worse employment opportunities and more crime, young people have been the worst impacted by the recession. This, coupled with a lack of affordable housing, makes one of the hardest situations for the next generation to face in decades.


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Telephone: 020 7332 3599

Location: Partnership for Young London, City of London, Guildhall, London EC2V 7HH

 

Postal: Partnership for Young London, City of London, PO Box 270, Guildhall, London EC2P 2EJ

Charity registration number: 1062226

Company Limited by Guarantee: 3334117 

Due to the current pandemic with COVID 19, for a period we will not be charging membership for the weekly update and will therefore be sending it to our monthly update list.

 

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