Politicians and policymakers have been urged to listen to the views of young people as they begin reshaping the country following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union (EU).
Since taking on the running of youth work in Knowsley and Kensington and Chelsea, youth mutuals have increased income, maintained services and reduced overheads, but it has not been an easy transition, say those in charge.
Young people from across Europe came together last month to debate what the EU can do to improve opportunities and deal with social problems.
Funding for projects for young people could be lost if the UK exits the European Union, warn youth leaders.
Involving young people in shaping services can transform their lives and those of others. However, participation must be meaningful, fun, interactive and may generate outcomes you are not expecting.
As public policy and research evidence highlights major benefits of outdoor learning for children, their access to the outside world is diminishing, but practitioners are developing innovative ways to engage.
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