Young people will be given the opportunity to shape their own support services through a new £900,000 fund designed to capture their views and voices.
The IYW plans to get youth work on to a "statutory footing" to create a more "equitable" relationship with the government, but is that necessary when legislation already requires councils to secure provision?
Little is known about the use of peer-led approaches as a response to child sexual exploitation (CSE). This small qualitative study aimed to gain an insight into young people's views and experiences of peer mentoring.
Expert on the mutuals programme advises on how youth services can gain independence from councils.
The Department for Education's "Opportunity Areas" - 12 places in the UK in need of extra support and funding to help boost social mobility for its citizens - were launched in 2016.
Research has identified the key factors that influence long-term social action among young people.
At the end of last year, Tracey Crouch, England's youth minister, announced...
Researchers from the Oxford Internet Institute at Oxford University examine...