A new state-of-the-art youth zone could be built in west London as part of a new "education hub" development, it has emerged.
Involvement of children and families in shaping services can sometimes be tokenistic. Many organisations now use "co-production" to ensure genuine participation. Eileen Fursland investigates.
Councils should insist schools record and report incidents of racism and religious hatred, youth leaders say.
More than £40m will be available to youth groups through the #IWill Fund to boost opportunities. Step Up To Serve chief Charlotte Hill explains when it will be distributed, what projects it will support and how to make bids.
Leaders question report findings that young people's feedback is best way to assess character education progress.
Adam Offord speaks to Sophie Livingstone, chief executive, City Year UK.
This has been another really tough year for youth work across the UK.
Researchers look at whether the influence of other people makes adolescents...